Monday, April 6, 2020

New Issue: International Journal of Refugee Law

The latest issue of the International Journal of Refugee Law (Vol. 31, no. 4, December 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Madeline Gleeson, Protection Deficit: The Failure of Australia’s Offshore Processing Arrangements to Guarantee ‘Protection Elsewhere’ in the Pacific
  • Idil Atak, Graham Hudson, & Delphine Nakache, Policing Canada’s Refugee System: A Critical Analysis of the Canada Border Services Agency
  • Femke Vogelaar, A Legal Analysis of a Crucial Element in Country Guidance Determinations: Country of Origin Information
  • Domenica Dreyer-Plum, Commitment of States, Access to Asylum, and Material Benefits: Assessing Key Legislative Battles and Their Structural Impact on the Common European Asylum System
  • Jazmine Hesham Elmolla, Birth Registration in Crisis: Exploring a Rights-Based Approach to Birth Registration through the Experience of Syrian Refugees
  • Ilias Kouvaras, Evidentiary Burden of Proof regarding Exclusion Grounds for Asylum: The Case of the Turkish Military Asylum Seekers in Greece
  • Reinhard Marx, The European Union’s Plan to Amend the ‘First Country of Asylum’ and ‘Safe Third Country’ Concepts