The April 2015 issue of The Researcher

The Researcher is published two times a 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 April 2015 issue of The Researcher contains the following articles:

Dublin III Regulation: an overview and its potential impacts
Caroline Stephens, UNHCR Ireland

White Monsters and Deadly Beliefs: The Killing of People with Albinism in Tanzania
Patrick Dowling, Refugee Documentation Centre

Disability and Asylum Law
Catherine Fahy, Refugee Legal Services

Libya: Two Parliaments, No State?
David Goggins, Refugee Documentation Centre

Implications of Tarakhel v Switzerland on the Dublin Transfer System
Triona Jacob, Office of the Refugee Applications Commissioner

UNHCR Photoset – The Anguish of Syria’s Refugees Enters a Fifth Year

Please download the current issue of The Researcher here: The Researcher, Volume 10, Issue 1 (April 2015)

Articles and summaries contained in the Researcher do not necessarily reflect the views of the RDC or of the Irish Legal Aid Board. Some articles contain information relating to the human rights situation and the political, social, cultural and economic background of countries of origin. These are provided for information purposes only and do not purport to be RDC COI query responses.

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