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Au Tchad, les blessures intimes des réfugiées du Soudan

Françoise Duroch

13.02.2024

Since the start of the conflict in Sudan in April 2023 between the regular army and the rapid support forces, close to 500,000 people have taken refuge in eastern Chad, fleeing the violence...

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Pratiques délictueuses aux portes de l’Europe

Françoise Duroch, Maelle L'Homme

15.11.2023

Reports of violence at Greece's borders have multiplied in recent years. A report published in November 2023 by MSF documents the harsh realities experienced by migrants on arrival in Greece, based...

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«Asyl zu verkaufen» – völkerrechtlicher Schutz in Zeiten von Outsourcing

Maelle L'Homme

28.08.2023

After the USA and Australia, several European countries are also developing strategies aimed at reducing their reception obligations towards asylum seekers. Maelle L'Homme reflects on the danger of...

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Out of sight, out of mind: Europe's increasing pushback against migrants

Duncan McLean

10.11.2022

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Solidarité sélective?

Françoise Duroch

08.05.2022

The war in Ukraine acts as a catalyst for the resurgence of xenophobic discourse thought to be forgotten, especially when they are hiding behind selective solidarity. Two specialists from Médecins...

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Humanitarian corridors in Ukraine: the illusion of an ideal solution

Françoise Duroch, Maelle L'Homme

10.03.2022

"Humanitarian corridor". In just a few days, these two words have become a common theme in public speeches about Ukraine, evoking the illusion of an ideal solution to the suffering of people trapped ...

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Humanitarian discourse and the challenges of migration: the European exception?

Maelle L'Homme

16.12.2021

Are non-governmental organisations also guilty of double standards? Reviewing humanitarian actors’ approaches to migration in Europe, the author analyses the demands, intentions and dilemmas that...

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Borders and migration: an issue of global health importance

James Smith

2016

The movement of people has featured throughout human history; so substantial is the legacy of migration that the freedom of movement within and across borders was enshrined in article 13 of the UN...

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Deplorable conditions in French ‘Refugee Camp’

James Smith

2015

The suffering endured by refugees and other exiles in the northern port town of Calais, France, has been the subject of significant media attention in recent months. Renewed interest in the plight of ...

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Challenges in Responding to Massive Displacements in Resource-poor Settings: The Case of Central African Republic Refugees in Eastern Cameroon

Caroline Abu-Sada

2015

Read the letter by Caroline Abu Sa'Da and Christine Jamet, a response to the briefing by Welz “Crisis in the Central African Republic and the international response” published in...

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Advocating “Dignity” and “Return” for Lebanon’s Palestinians: Imagining a Diasporic Project

Sergio Bianchi

2014

The 2010 reform of the legal regime regulating Palestinians’ access to the labour market in Lebanon ignited a heated debate among Lebanese, Palestinians, and international political actors....

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Cancer care for refugees

James Smith

2014

Along with other non-communicable diseases, cancer is now recognised as a major challenge for humanitarian health providers and for those who finance their programmes. The recent Policy Review of...

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