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Centre for Refugee Studies Summer Course on Refugees and Forced Migration  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2015/05/04 - 09:00


** REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! **

The Centre for Refugee Studies at York University is offering its annual Summer Course on Refugees and Forced Migration from May 4-8, 2015.

Country of Origin Report: Sexual and Gender Minorities - Uganda  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2014/11/10 (All day)

Press Release (Please scroll down for the French version)
Geneva, November 3, 2014
 
As Uganda debates the re-introduction of an Anti-Homosexuality Bill, ORAM publishes a comprehensive Country of Origin Report on the conditions of LGBTI individuals in the country. ORAM has published an extensive report titled "Country of Origin Report: Sexual and Gender Minorities - Uganda." The unique report includes an extensive case law section, analyzing key asylum decisions in Ugandan LGBTI asylum cases from six jurisdictions worldwide.

Online tool: Dynamic Analysis and Reporting Tool  

Primary Author(s): 
Joint IDP Profiling Service (JIPS)
Primary Institution: 
Joint IDP Profiling Service (JIPS)
Date Released: 
Mon, 2014/11/10 (All day)

CFP: 'Refugee Livelihoods: Innovations in Career-laddering'  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2014/11/10 (All day)

Call For Papers Extended to Monday November 14th

The Forced Migration Innovation Project at Southern Methodist University is pleased to announce the Call For Papers for its conference on Refugee Livelihoods: Innovations in Career-laddering, to be held at the Dallas Highland and Conference Center in Dallas, Texas from 4th-5th March 2015.

2015 SPECIAL CONFERENCE FOCUS:
"Refugee Livelihoods: Innovations in Career-Laddering "

MHPSS Network webinar (Thursday 13 November)  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2014/11/10 (All day)

The MHPSS Network (mhpss.net) is a growing global platform for connecting people, networks and organizations, for sharing resources and for building knowledge related to mental health and psychosocial support both in emergency settings and in situations of chronic hardship. One of the aims behind this webinar is to bring together the field-based practitioners and researchers together from across the word to share their expertise and experiences on the process of refugee integration.

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