16 January 2017

Special issue published: "Refugee (Re)Settlement: Law, Policy and Service Provision in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the UK"

International Journal of Migration and Border Studies 3(1) 2017
  • Aspirational yet precarious: compliance of New Zealand refugee settlement policy with international human rights obligations
  • Refugee healthcare in Canada: responses to the 2012 changes to the interim federal health program 
  • Settling refugees in Australia: achievements and challenges
  • The rights of resettled refugees in the UK: lessons for 'new' resettlement states and rights based advocacy for refugees
  • Coming and going: the impacts of precarious work and non-citizenship on immigrant in- and out-migration in New Brunswick

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