Megan J. Ballard
“Refugees, Rights, and Responsibilities:Bridging the Integration Gap” (2017) 39 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 1, 185-247. PDF
“Relaxing Legal Norms to Restore Rights to Homes and Land in the Aftermath of War” (2013), in Property and Sovereignty: Legal and Cultural Perspectives, 9 (James Charles Smith, ed.).
“Pre-Planning for Post-conflict Property Remedies: A Case Study from Georgia” (2011) 43 George Washington International Law Review 43.
“Faces of Immigration Reform” (2011) 6 Florida International University Law Review 251.
“LatCrit XV Symposium Afterword-At and Beyond Fifteen: Mapping LatCrit Theory, Community, and Praxis” (with Frank Valdes) (2011) 14 Harvard Latino Law Review 397; (2011) 1 University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review 177, (2012) 22 Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 301.
“Compassionate Immigration Reform” (2010) 38 Fordham Urban Law Journal 107 (2010).
“Old Hate in New Bottles: Privatizing, Localizing, and Bundling Anti-Spanish and Anti Immigrant Sentiment in the 21st Century” (2007) 7 UNLV Law Review 883.
“The 2011 Guinean Mining Code: Reducing risks and promoting social benefit in Africa”, 20 South African Journal of International Affairs 2 (2013), 247-270. Abstract
“A post-colonial legal approach to the Chagos case and the (dis)application of land rights norms”, International Journal of Law in Context (2018), 1-19. PDF
Veronica Fynn Bruey
(forthcoming), (With Heather Lewis) “Rights to Return, Resettle or Reintegrate? The Case of Liberian Refugees in Ghana.”
“Fatal Journeys of Displaced African Migrants Crossing the Mediterranean: International and Regional Effort and Response” (2018) 8 Journal of Internal Displacement 1, 45-82.
“Forced Migration and Displacement During the Arab Spring” (2012) 2 Journal of Internal Displacement 2, 2-14.
“Liberian Refugees: Access to Health & Education in Exile” (2011) 35 Liberian Studies Journal 1 and 2 (2010), 98-127.
“Africa’s Last Colony: Sahrawi People – Refugees, IDPs and Nationals?” (2011) 1 Journal of Internal Displacement 2, 40-58.
“Around the Fringes of Internal Displacement: Trending Mass Movements of Aboriginals in Canada” (2011) 1 Journal of Internal Displacement 1, 46-76.
“’Foreign Criminals,’ the Human Rights Act, and the New Constitutional Politics of the United Kingdom”. 2016. Journal of Law and Courts. Vol. 4 (No. 2): 437-461.
“Political Stories: Media Narratives of Political Participation by Asian Immigrants in the United States and Canada” with Irene Bloemraad and Els De Graauw. 2016. Politics, Groups, and Identities. Vol. 4 (No. 3):425-443.
“Ideology, International Law, and the INS: The Development of American Asylum Politics 1948-Present.” 2015. POLITY. Vol. 47 (No. 3). 320-336.
“Immigrants in the Media: Civic Visibility in the United States and Canada” with Irene Bloemraad and Els De Graauw 2015. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Vol. 41 (No. 6):1-23.
“International Law and Administrative Insulation: A Comparison of Refugee Status Determination Regimes in the United States, Canada, and Australia.” 2012. Law and Social Inquiry. Vol. 37 (No. 4): 933-968.
“Symbolic Politics and Policy Feedback: The United Nations Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees and American Refugee Policy in the Cold War” (with Philip E. Wolgin). 2012. International Migration Review. Vol. 46 (No. 3): 586-623.
“Illegal Refugees: Competing Policy Ideas and the Rise of the Regime of Deterrence in American Asylum Politics.” 2012. Refugee Survey Quarterly. Vol. 31(No. 2): 33-53.
Ben Hudson, Migration in the Mediterranean: Exposing the limits of Vulnerability at the European Court of Human Rights, 4 Maritime Safety and Security Law Journal 26 (2018).
‘The Implied Human Rights Obligations of UNHCR’ (2016) 28(2) International Journal of Refugee Law 251 – 275.
Chien-yu Liu, Addressing the Hidden Psychological Costs of Disasters and Conflicts in the Context of Forced Migration, IAEM Bulletin, Vol.34 No. 8, August 2017
Lundberg and Dahlquist “Sanctuary Practices in Scandinavian Transnational Cities: The Case of Public Libraries” Journal of Human Rights Practice, 2018 10(1), pp.142-158
Lundberg and Spång ”Deportability as a basis for rights claiming? The legislated human right to healthcare for irregularised migrants in Sweden” Nordic Journal of Human Rights2017
Lundberg and Lind ““Technologies of Displacement and Children’s Right to Asylum in Sweden” Human Rights Review2017:1-20.
Lundberg and Strange ”Who provide the conditions for human life? Sanctuary Movements in Sweden as both contesting, and working with, state agencies” Politics2016 Sep 26:0263395716661343.
Muftee and Lundberg ”Providing rights through individual compassion. The ambivalent rights talk within refugee resettlement work” Nordic Journal of Migration Research2016 Aug 1;6(3):140-7.
Lundberg and Strange ”Struggles over Human Rights in Local Government – the case of access to education for undocumented youth in Malmö, Sweden” Critical Policy Studies2016 May 16:1-20.
Ottosson L, Lundberg A. ‘People out of place’? Advocates’ negotiations on children’s participation in the asylum application process in Sweden. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family. 2013 May 6;27(2):266-87.
Lundberg and Dahlquist “Unaccompanied Children Seeking Asylum in Sweden: Living Conditions From a Child Centred Perspective” Refugee Survey Quarterly2012 Jun 1;31(2):54-75.
Lundberg ”The Best Interests of the Child Principle in Swedish Asylum Cases – the Marginalization of Children’s rights” Human Rights in Practice 2011Mar 1;3(1):49-70.
Safiya Ahmah Nuhu
M Yusuf, K.A. Daud, I.S. Benisheikh (ed), The Implications of Conflict and Violence on Development Prospects of African Countries: Nigeria in focus, in Contemporary Legal and Developmental Issues in Nigeria: Essays in Honor of Late Shettima Ahmed Mukhtar Liberty, 2013, pp.322.
Development Induced Displacement in the African Context: What Says the African Union Convention? Journal of Internal Displacement, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2012. pp. 5-26.
Towards the development of a comprehensive legal framework for the protection of IDPS: An overveiw of the A.U. Convention, Bayero University Journal of Public Law (BUJPL), Vol.1, No.1, December 2009. Pp 112-137.
Understanding Health of Transgender Women in India. (2016). De Paul Journal of Sceintific Research, 3 (2), pp.211-225.
Domestic Migration in Kerala: Issues, Challenges and Responses: An Analytical Reading. (2015). EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review, 3 (12), pp.71-74.
Celebrating Abilities and Possibilities, (2013) (Ed.). Secundarabad, CHAI-LF Publications, p.120
Commercial Sex Workers and Awareness about HIV/AIDS. (2013). Health Action, 40 (10), pp.17-20.
A Socail Work Students Identifical of Critical Pathways in Realting Social Work Theorum with Practicum. (2012). Indian Journal of Social Sciences, 1 (2), pp.6-14.
Community Agricultural Literacy and Community Empowerment: A Case Study on Kadakkarappally Coastal Panachayath in Kerala. (2012). Indian Journal of social Sciences, 1, pp.32-41.
Development and Human Rights Protection. (2009). Rajagiri Journal of Social Sciences, 5 (1), pp.25-44.
“Return and resettlement of displaced Pandits in Kashmir, India” Journal of Internal Displacement, 2(1), pp 49-65.
2016, ‘A Matter of Time: Enacting the Exclusion of Onshore Refugee Applicants Through the Reform and Acceleration of Refugee Determination Processes’, Oñati Socio-Legal Series, vol. 6, no. 1.
2015, ‘Over the Borderline: A Critical Inquiry into the Geography of Territorial Excision and the Securitisation of the Australian Border’, University of New South Wales Law Journal, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 114-145.
with Methven, E., 2015, ‘We will decide who comes to this country, and how they behave: A critical reading of the asylum seeker code of behaviour’, Alternative Law Journal, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 175-179.