International Journal of Refugee Law

Journal

The International Journal of Refugee Law aims to stimulate research and thinking on refugee law and its development, taking account of the broadest range of State and international organisation practice. In addition, it serves as an essential tool for all engaged in the protection of refugees and finding solutions to their problems. It regularly provides key information and commentary on critical issues, including the causes of refugee and related movements, internal displacement, the particular situation of women and refugee children, the human rights dimension, restrictive policies, asylum and determination procedures, populations at risk and the conditions in different countries. It is of value to anyone involved in refugee work, whether lawyers, teachers, students, researchers, NGO workers, or officials in immigration, government and international organisations.

Online ISSN: 1464-3715
Print ISSN: 0953-8186

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Volume 32, Issue 2, 1 JUNE 2020

Citation: Int J Refugee Law (2020) 32 (2): 181

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Articles
International Refugee Law between Scholarship and Practice
The Meaningful Participation of Refugees in Decision-Making Processes: Questions of Law and Policy
The Detention of Migrant Children: A Comparative Study of the United States and Mexico
When Law Forgets: Coherence and Memory in the Determination of Stateless Palestinian Refugee Claims in Canada
'The Makings of a Success': The Global Compact on Refugees and the Inaugural Global Refugee Forum
From the 1965 Bellagio Colloquium to the Adoption of the 1967 Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees
Covid-19: A Watching Brief
We Can Secure Both Public Health and the Rights of Asylum Seekers to Protection
By Refugees, for Refugees: Refugee Leadership during COVID-19, and beyond
COVID-19, Asylum in the EU, and the Great Expectations of Solidarity
Prepared by the Case Law Editorial Team, from the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW Sydney: Tamara Wood (Coordinating Editor), Brian Barbour, Madeline Gleeson, Regina Jefferies, and Riona Moodley

Reviews
Book Reviews: Refuge Lost: Asylum Law in an Interdependent World
Book Reviews: Citizen Refugee: Forging the Indian Nation after Partition
Book Reviews: Banned: Immigration Enforcement in the Time of Trump
Book Reviews: International Migration and Challenges in the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century

Contributors

Professor Colin Harvey , Queen's University, Belfast Case notes editor
Professor Geoff Gilbert , University of Essex, UK Editor-in-chief
Professor Guy S. Goodwin-Gill , Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, UK Founding editor
Professor Ryszard Piotrowicz , Universtiy of Wales Aberystwyth Book reviews editor