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MAY NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 5

MAY NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 5

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol2Iss5_May2020_Final WELCOME: RACISM and DISPLACEMENT Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 May 2020 Newsletter: volume 2, Issue 5. Systemic and Institutional racism, a chronic disease, entered a new era. Anti-racism solidarity protests, sparked by the murder of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man who was pinned to the ground by a White police office kneeling on his neck, are sweeping across the world in defiance of a new surge in COVID-19 cases. In the United States alone, a total…

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APRIL NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 4

APRIL NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 4

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol2Iss4_April2020_Final WELCOME: COVID-19 & Displacement Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 April 2020 Newsletter: volume 2, Issue 4. Even though there is a sign of developing treatment for COVID-19 and a historic decline in new cases, we are still faced with a major public health emergency, especially in the United States. At 30 April 2020, the United States had 1.1 million confirmed cases (a third of the global cases of 3.1 million) and 57,400 deaths due to Coronavirus. In…

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FEBRUARY-MARCH NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2-3

FEBRUARY-MARCH NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2-3

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol2Iss2&3_Feb-Mar2020_Final WELCOME: COVID-19 & Displacement Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 February-March 2020 Newsletter, our second issue in volume 2. Humanity is faced with a public health emergency- the coronavirus disease. On 10 December 2019, one of the earliest known cases of a newly discovered coronavirus was reported in Wuhan Central Hospital. By 31 December 2019, 27 cases of what is now known as COVID-19 were confirmed by the Wuhan health officials as China officially notifies the World Health…

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JANUARY NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1 (2020)

JANUARY NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1 (2020)

CRN11_Jan_2020_Newsletter_Final WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENT Dear Colleagues: Happy New Year! Welcome to the CRN 11 January 2020 Newsletter, our first issue in volume 2. We have entered the second decade of the second millennia, and we are excited about all the potential it has for our network. As collaborators, we are eagerly anticipating our participation in three conferences and one summer school: ASRF, LSA, IASFMand ACU Summer School. We are excited about the publication of Deadly Voyages: Migrant Journeys Across the…

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NOVEMBER-DECEMBER NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 6-7

NOVEMBER-DECEMBER NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 6-7

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol1Iss6&7_Nov-Dec19_Final Welcome and Announcements Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 November-December (Nov-Dec) 2019 Newsletter, our last issue in volume 1. We have come to the end of another year with so many prospects for 2020. We successfully launched the Journal of Internal Displacement new website, assisted with planning the IASFM 18 in Ghana, and added nine (9) new research collaborators. We are excited about beginning 2020 with the publication of Deadly Voyages: Migrant Journeys Across the Globe. To preorder…

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OCTOBER NEWSLETTER, VOLUME 1, ISSUE 5

OCTOBER NEWSLETTER, VOLUME 1, ISSUE 5

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol1Iss5_15Oct19_Final Welcome and Announcements Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 October 2019 Newsletter. The deadline for the Law and Society 2020 in Denver, Colorado is approaching! Consider presenting a paper on Displaced Peoples by designating CRN 11 when submitting online. The Journal of Internal Displacement launched its fresh new website using the Open Journal System (OJS). All are encouraged to visit, subscribe, and experience the new look. For more information, visit the Journal of Internal Displacement. We continue with…

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SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 4

SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 4

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol1Iss4_15Sep19_Final Welcome and Announcements Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 September 2019 Newsletter. Law and Society 2020 in Denver, Colorado is here! Consider submitting a paper on Displaced Peoples. In September 2019, the Journal of Internal Displacement launched its fresh new design. All are encouraged to visit and experience the new look. For more information, visit the Journal of Internal Displacement. We continue with exciting news on the Deadly Voyages: Migrant Journeys Across the Globebook project that will be…

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AUGUST NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3

AUGUST NEWSLETTER: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol1Iss3_15Aug19_Final Welcome and Announcements Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 August 2019 Newsletter. In September 2019, the Journal of Internal Displacement website will be migrating to an Open Journal System (OJS). All subscribed members will be automatically registered in OJS. However, you must first be subscribed to receive news and information from the JID. For more information, visit the Journal of Internal Displacement. We have some exciting new projects underway. We are still accepting reviewers and endorsers for the…

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NEWSLETTER: JULY 2019

NEWSLETTER: JULY 2019

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol1Iss2_15Jul19_Final Welcome Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 July 2019 Newsletter. We have some exciting new projects underway. We are still accepting endorsers for the upcoming co-edited book by Lexington Books entitled, Deadly Voyages: Migrant Journeys Across the Globe.Please see the Call for Reviewers below. Please join me in welcoming our newest research collaborator, Dr Woldeab Teshome, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia. Let’s say a MASSIVE thank-you toSaša Rajšić, who produced the…

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NEWSLETTER: JUNE 2019

NEWSLETTER: JUNE 2019

CRN11_Newsletter_Vol1Iss1_30June19 News Welcome Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the CRN 11 June 2019 Newsletter. It was great to see some of you at the Law and Society Annual Meetingin Washington, DC from 30 May – 2 June. CRN 11 organised five sessions (18 papers) and a film screening (When They Awake). The Business Meeting was attended by some new members. On that note, please join me in welcoming our newest research collaborators Magdalena Krystyna Butrymowicz, Jason M. Leggett, and Mengia H….

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