Tag: UNHCR

Globale Trends zu Flucht und Asyl: Mehr Geflüchtete in Langzeitsituationen, weniger dauerhafte Lösungen

Ko-AutorInnen , June 20th, 2019


Von Ulrike Krause und Marcus Engler Anlässlich des seit 2001 stattfindenden Weltflüchtlingstags publiziert das Flüchtlingshilfswerk der Vereinten Nationen (UNHCR) jährlichen seinen Bericht über die gl…


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Active Refugee Admission Policies in Europe: Exploring an Emerging Research Field

Ko-AutorInnen , May 13th, 2019


Resettlement and other active refugee admission policies are high on national, regional and international agendas. The UN Global Compacts put safe and orderly migration, access to protection as…


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TEDx comes to the refugee camp (aka Think Your Way out of Oppression!)

Hanno Brankamp , June 12th, 2018


Rebranding refugees as entrepreneurs and camps as places of opportunity shows the boundless cynicism of neoliberal humanitarianism.   On 9 June, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) co-hosted TEDxKakuma…


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Roundtable: Answers by Giulia Scalettaris

Giulia Scalettaris , June 21st, 2017


Are these developments, usually condemned as corrupting us as scholars and leading to the death of pure research, introducing some kind of innovation vis-à-vis established academic work? In…


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In the Heart of the City: The Case of Long-Term Refugees in Dakar, Senegal, by Agathe Menetrier (2017)

IC_UGC , March 23rd, 2017


Worldwide, the majority of refugees now lives in urban areas. Refugee camps have long since become the hallmark of prolonged refugee crises, so that researchers and aid organisations…


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