Vol 30, No 2 (2014): General Issue


Table of Contents


The 1951 Refugee Convention’s Contingent Rights Framework and Article 26 of the ICCPR: A Fundamental Incompatibility? PDF
Marina Sharpe
Seen in Its True Light: Desertion as a Pure Political Crime PDF
Amar Khoday
Arrested Development? UNHCR, ILO, and the Refugees’ Right to Work PDF
Adèle Garnier
In the Wake of Irregular Arrivals: Changes to the Canadian Immigration Detention System PDF
Stephanie J. Silverman
Temporariness, Rights, and Citizenship: The Latest Chapter in Canada’s Exclusionary Migration and Refugee History PDF
Amrita Hari
“What happens there ... follows us here”: Resettled but Still at Risk: Refugee Women and Girls in Australia PDF
Linda Bartolomei, Rebecca Eckert, Eileen Pittaway
Gendered Perspectives on Refugee Determination in Canada PDF
Tanya Aberman
(En)Gendering Vulnerability: Immigrant Service Providers’ Perceptions of Needs, Policies, and Practices Related to Gender and Women Refugee Claimants in Atlantic Canada PDF
Evangelia Tastsoglou, Catherine Baillie Abidi, Susan M. Brigham, Elizabeth A. Lange
The Meeting of Myths and Realities: The “Homecoming” of Second-Generation Exiles in Post-Apartheid South Africa PDF
Zosa Olenka De Sas Kropiwnicki

Book Reviews

Governing Refugees: Justice, Order and Legal Pluralism PDF
Anna Purkey
The International Law of Migrant Smuggling PDF
Awalou Ouedraogo
Young, Well-Educated and Adaptable: Chilean Exiles in Ontario and Quebec, 1973–2010 PDF
Morgan Poteet

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Refuge 30.2 (General Issue) Print Copy PDF
Posted: 2014-11-21 More...

Call For Papers: The Indo-Chinese Refugee Movement and the Launch of Canada’s Private Sponsorship Program


The Indo-Chinese Refugee Movement and the Launch of Canada’s Private Sponsorship Program

Proposed special issue of Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees

Guest Editors: Mike Molloy and James C. Simeon

This proposed special issue of Refuge will examine the single largest refugee resettlement program in Canadian history – the Indo-Chinese Refugee Movement – and its contribution to Canadian society over the last 40 years. It will also examine the unique contribution that Canada has made in spearheading the formulation, development, and implementation of the Private Refugee Sponsorship Program, which played such a critically important role in not only bringing tens of thousands of Indo-Chinese refugees to Canada, in a relatively short period of time, but also helping them to settle and to integrate within Canadian society.

Posted: 2014-08-12 More...
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ISSN: 1920-7336