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Refugee –related research themes & questions for students  

September, 2013

(for more information, please contact Dr. Susan McGrath at smcgrath@yorku.ca)

This list of research themes and questions has been developed by the Refugee Research Network (RRN) at the Centre for Refugee Studies (CRS) at York University to encourage the generation and mobilization of research on refugees in Canada.  While the questions came out of Canadian experience, we hope there will be enough material that can be adapted in other contexts.

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UNHCR CONSULTANCY ON BIRTH REGISTRATION  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2014/07/28 (All day)

Title: Consultant – Birth Registration
Duty Station: Home Based with short term mission(s) to UNHCR HQ Geneva and the workshop location
Reporting to: Child Protection Senior Adviser, UNHCR

Masters in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies  

Primary Author(s): 
Primary Institution: 
University of London
Date Released: 
Tue, 2014/07/22 (All day)

Addressing Migrant Bodies on Europe's Southern Frontier: An agenda for research and practice  

Primary Author(s): 
Robins, Simon; Kovras, Iosif; Vallianatou, Anna
Primary Institution: 
Queen's University Belfast, University of York
Date Released: 
Tue, 2014/07/22 (All day)

First Global Forum on Statelessness  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2014/09/15 (All day)

15-17 September
The Hague, Netherlands

Tilburg Law School

The countdown to the First Global Forum on Statelessness has now truly begun. There are just  days to go before this landmark event kicks off at the Peace Palace in the Hague!

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