forced migration review podcasts

FMR 44 Alternatives to detention in the UK: from enforcement to engagement?

The UK detains migrants on a large scale, and has had limited success in developing alternatives....

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FMR 44 Predisposed to cooperate

Recent research in Toronto and Geneva indicates that asylum seekers and refugees are predisposed...

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FMR 44 Thinking outside the fence

The way in which we think about detention can shape our ability to consider the alternatives....

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FMR 44 Immigration detention: looking at the alternatives

Endangering the health and well-being of people by detaining them is unnecessary; governments can...

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FMR 44 Do higher standards of detention promote well-being?

Sweden is generally considered to have high standards of immigrant detention. Irrespective of the...

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FMR 44 Women: the invisible detainees

Research by the Women's Refugee Commission into immigration detention of women in the US explores...

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FMR 39 Migrants caught in crisis

A number of new initiatives point to ways in which the international community, particularly...

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FMR 39 Newly recognised humanitarian actors

'New' humanitarian leaders are growing in profile, impact and capacity. They need to be...

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FMR 39 Protection for migrants after the Libyan Revolution

Irregular and mixed migration is still of great concern in post-revolutionary Libya, made more...

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Fmr 39

The Dublin II Regulation makes the first safe country of refuge solely responsible for refugees...

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FMR 39 From commitment to practice: the EU response

The EU's response to events in North Africa in 2011 indicates that more is needed to translate a...

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FMR 39 Looking beyond legal status to human need

What humanitarians can expect more of in the future is more mixed flows defying rigid...

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FMR 39 Protecting and assisting migrants caught in crises

The 2011 Libya crisis brought into sharp focus how global migration patterns are re-defining the...

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FMR 39 We are not all Egyptian

For many refugees in Egypt the weeks of the revolution were marked by isolation, fear and...

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FMR 39 Dispossession and displacement in Libya

Inability to access pre-displacement housing, land and property poses a significant obstacle to...

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FMR 39 Resettlement is needed for refugees in Tunisia

With Tunisia experiencing wide-ranging political, social and economic change, there is an...

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FMR 39 Local hosting and transnational identity

Tunisian people, rather than their government, led the response to the humanitarian crisis when...

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FMR 39 The reintegration programme for Bangladeshi returnees

When evacuated Bangladeshi migrants arrived home, the government, civil society, international...

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