Publication: latest International Review of the Red Cross on Migration and Displacement

The ICRC’s latest issue of the International review of the Red Cross (No. 904) unpacks and addresses questions related to migration and displacement. All contributions can be freely accessed here.

Table of contents:

Editorial: Migration and displacement: humanity with its back to the wall (Vincent Bernard)
“All I want is to know”: testimonies of the families of missing migrants in Zimbabwe
Interview with Filippo Grandi
Mobilising the movement: Australian Red Cross, migration and the role of the Red Cross and Red Crescent movement around humanitarian response (Vicki Mau)
British Red Cross response to young migrants in Calais, France (Debbie Busler
Assistance for and protection of migrants: experience of the Honduran Red Cross (Arnaldo Ponce & Norma Archila)
Displacement in Nigeria: scenes from the Northeast
Between hospitality and asylum: a historical perspective on displaced agency (Elena Isayev)
Addressing the protection and assistance needs of migrants: the ICRC approach to migration (Stéphanie Le Bihan)
The protection of migrants under international humanitarian law (Helen Obregón Gieseken)
Some reflections on the IFRC’s approach to migration and displacement (Sebastien Moretti & Tiziana Bonzon)
Migration and data protection: doing no harm in an age of mass displacement, mass surveillance and ‘big data’ (Ben Hayes)
Obligations of transit countries under refugee law: a Western Balkans case study (Pavle Kilibarda)
In the name of (de)securitization: speaking security to protect migrants, refugees and internally displaced persons? (Faye Donnelly)
Protecting internally displaced persons: the value of the Kampala Convention as a regional example (Adama Dieng)
Specificities and challenges of responding to internal displacement in urban settings (Angela Cotroneo)
Do no harm: a taxonomy of the challenges of humanitarian experimentation (Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Katja Lindskov Jacobsen & Sean Martin McDonald)
Note on migration and the principle of non-refoulement (ICRC, 2018)
ICRC policy paper on immigration detention (ICRC, 2016)
Translating the Kampala Convention into practice: a stocktaking exercise
Forced to flee: a multidisciplinary conference on internal displacement, migration and refugee crisis (report)
Aide-memoire: operational guidance on maintaining the civilian and humanitarian character of sites and settlements
What’s new on how does law protect in war? Online: annual update on case studies published from January to December 2017
Book review: Refugees in extended exile: living on the edge (Catherine-Lune Grayson)
Book review: the arms trade treaty: a commentary
New publications in IHL and on the ICRC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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