Wednesday, May 23, 2018

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 99, no. 904, April 2017) is out. The theme is: "Migration and displacement." Contents include:
  • Vincent Bernard, Migration and displacement: Humanity with its back to the wall
  • “All I want is to know”: Testimonies of the families of missing migrants in Zimbabwe
  • Interview with Filippo Grandi: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  • Vicki Mau, Mobilising the Movement: Australian Red Cross, migration, and the role of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement around humanitarian response
  • Debbie Busler, British Red Cross response to young migrants in Calais, France
  • Arnaldo Ponce & Norma Archila, Assistance for and protection of migrants: Experience of the Honduran Red Cross
  • Displacement in Nigeria: Scenes from the northeast
  • Elena Isayev, Between hospitality and asylum: A historical perspective on displaced agency
  • Stéphanie Le Bihan, Addressing the protection and assistance needs of migrants: The ICRC approach to migration
  • Helen Obregón Gieseken, The protection of migrants under international humanitarian law
  • Sebastien Moretti & Tiziana Bonzon, Some reflections on the IFRC's approach to migration and displacement
  • Ben Hayes, Migration and data protection: Doing no harm in an age of mass displacement, mass surveillance and “big data”
  • Pavle Kilibarda, Obligations of transit countries under refugee law: A Western Balkans case study
  • Faye Donnelly, In the name of (de)securitization: Speaking security to protect migrants, refugees and internally displaced persons?
  • Adama Dieng, Protecting internally displaced persons: The value of the Kampala Convention as a regional example
  • Angela Cotroneo, Specificities and challenges of responding to internal displacement in urban settings
  • Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Katja Lindskov Jacobsen, & Sean Martin McDonald, Do no harm: A taxonomy of the challenges of humanitarian experimentation
  • Note on migration and the principle of non-refoulement: ICRC, 2018
  • ICRC policy paper on immigration detention
  • Translating the Kampala Convention into practice: A stocktaking exercise