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Call for Papers: Workshop at the Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute in Berkeley Academics, journalists, NGOs, and institutions of global governance increasingly speak of ‘environmental migrants’ and ‘climate refugees.’ But what separates an environmental migrant or climate refugee from another migrant, refugee, or asylum-seeker? In international security
In the likely absence of imminent global peace, there is littlechance mixed migration flows will diminish in the foreseeablefuture, predicts Alexander Aleinikoff. This calls for an overhaulof the outdated international system for managing refugees andmigrants, one with a new vision of what protection means, andseats reserved at the policy table
T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Director of the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility, and Leah Zamore, director of NYU’s Center for International Cooperation’s Humanitarian Crises program, have co-authored a new book on reforming the international refugee regime. The Arc of Protection: Reforming the International Refugee Regime, published by Stanford University Press, argues that
We’re proud to be partnering with Public Seminar Books to publish a draft of a pathbreaking study of the international refugee crisis written by Alex Aleinikoff and Leah Zamore, along with informed commentary by a group of the leading experts in the field. This first post here introduces the draft.
In March 2018, Zolberg Institute faculty led a research trip to Amman, Jordan to examine the implementation of the Jordan Compact. We are pleased to share the final report: Manufacturing Landscapes: The Politics and Practices of the Jordan Refugee Compact.