Migration

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    Publications

    Modes of Ordering: Labelling, Classification and Categorization in Lebanon’s Refugee Response

    LawTransform’s Maja Janmyr has co-written a socio-legal article on Syrians in Lebanon which has just been published in the Journal of Refugee Studies. The article …

    Leaving no stone unturned: The borders and orders of transnational prostitution

    May-Len Skilbrei and affiliate Synnøve Jahnsen have written the article “Leaving no stone unturned: The borders and orders of transnational prostitution” in British Journal of Criminology. Criminologists are …

    UNHCR and the Syrian refugee response: negotiating status and registration in Lebanon

    When a host state rejects the international refugee law regime, yet faces an unprecedented number of refugees, how does the United Nations High Commissioner for …

    Bringing Law into the Political Sociology of Humanitarianism

    Over the past few years, the study of humanitarianism has emerged as an interdisciplinary subfield in international political sociology. This article maps out some preliminary …

    No Country of Asylum: ‘Legitimizing’ Lebanon’s Rejection of the 1951 Refugee Convention

    How do States ‘legitimize’ their non-ratification of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and the 1967 Protocol relating to the Status of …

    Projects

    WAIT – Waiting for an uncertain future: the temporalities of irregular migration

    The Project The WAIT-project focuses on the temporal aspects of migration and investigates how temporal structures related to irregular migration are shaped by legal regimes, …