The Researcher is published three times year by the Refugee Documentation Centre (RDC) in Ireland. It is a publication which combines academic papers, summaries of caselaw, guides to new legislation, reports of conferences, articles on RDC services and items of country of origin information.
The current issue features the following articles:
The Bajuni People of Southern Somalia and the Asylum Process
Address at launch of the Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill, 2008
Brian Lenihan, TD, Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform
‘Access to an Effective Remedy Challenging Immigration
Hilkka Becker, Immigrant Council of Ireland
Recent Developments in Refugee and Immigration Law
John Stanley, BL
Return Information Projects Update
Bobby Pringle, International Organisation for Migration
Country Information in Asylum Procedures – Quality as a Legal Requirement in the EU
Gábor Gyulai, Hungarian Helsinki Committee
The Separated Child s Credibility in the Asylum Process
Sarah Ruedeman, University of Tulsa
“… haunted by … vivid memories of killings & … starving children …” – The fate of Kevin Carter and a photo taken near a small village in war-torn Sudan
Patrick Dowling, RDC
UK Home Office Operational Guidance Notes Should they be used as COI in Irish Refugee Status Determination?
Paul Daly, RDC
Some Human Rights issues in Iran
David Goggins Investigates
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Articles and summaries contained in The Researcher do not necessarily reflect the views of the management of the Refugee Documentation Centre or of the Legal Aid Board.