Vol. 25 Nbr. 2, September 2008
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- 'Building a better refugee status determination system': introduction.
- Building the infrastructure for the observance of refugee rights in the Global South.
- Refugee status determination in Brazil: a tripartite enterprise.
- A foot in the door: access to asylum in South Africa.
- An evaluation of South Africa's application of the OAU refugee definition.
- Responsibility sharing or shifting? 'safe' third countries and international law.
- Canada's refugee status determination system and the international norm of independence.
- Thamotharem and Guideline 7 of the IRB: rethinking the scope of the fettering of discretion doctrine.
- The guideline on procedures with respect to vulnerable persons appearing before the immigration and refugee board of Canada: a critical overview.
- Abandoning refugees? An analysis of the legal framework governing non-compliant claimants in Canada.
- The many faces of 'prima facie': group-based evidence in refugee status determination.
- Explaining inequality in the implementation of asylum law.
- The use of COI in the refugee status determination process in the UK: looking back, reaching forward.
- Life after refusal to enter: reflections of an immigration judge.
- Research Workshop on Critical Issues in International Refugee Law: May 1 and 2, 2008, York University.
- Refugees, inequality, and human development.