Crisis Migration Project

List of the Project’s outputs to date.

Some of the articles in this issue of FMR are based on products from the Institute for the Study of International Migration’s Crisis Migration Project.

The full list of the Project’s outputs to date is as follows:

Setting the scene: migration implications of humanitarian crises,

Susan Martin, Sanjula Weerasinghe and Abbie Taylor*

Conceptualizing ‘crisis migration’: a theoretical perspective,

Jane McAdam* 

Rising waters, broken lives: experience from Pakistan and Colombia floods suggests new approaches are needed,

Alice Thomas*

Recurrent acute disasters, crisis migration: Haiti has had it all,

Elizabeth Ferris*

Environmental processes, political conflict and migration: a Somali case study,

Anna Lindley*

Environmental stress, displacement and the challenge of rights protection,

Roger Zetter and James Morrissey*

Intractability and change in crisis migration: North Koreans in China and Burmese in Thailand,

W Courtland Robinson*

Criminal violence, displacement, and migration in Mexico and Central America,

Sebastián Albuja*

Chernobyl & Fukushima-Daiichi: consequences and lessons learned,

Silva Meybatyan

Health crises and migration, Michael Edelstein,

Khalid Koser and David L Heymann*

Community relocations: the Arctic and South Pacific,

Robin Bronen* 

‘Trapped’ populations: controls on mobility at times of crises, 

Michael Collyer and Richard Black*

Protecting non-citizens in situations of conflict, violence, and disaster,

Khalid Koser*

Human trafficking and smuggling in the time of humanitarian crises,

Elżbieta M Goździak and Alissa Walter

Flight to the cities: urban options and adaptations,

Patricia Weiss Fagen*

Policy adrift: the challenge of mixed migration by sea,

Judith Kumin*

Lessons learned from the development of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement,

Roberta Cohen

Enhancing adaptation options and managing human mobility in the context of climate change,

Koko Warner and Tamer Afifi*

Disaster Law,

Stefanie Haumer

The Hyogo Framework, disaster risk reduction and mobility,


Crisis migration: Housing, Land and Property (HLP) rights: disaster, conflict and climate change,

Scott Leckie

Something old and something new: resettlement in the twenty-first century,

Anthony Oliver-Smith and Alex de Sherbinin*

The global governance of crisis migration,

Alexander Betts*

* These papers appear in the volume Humanitarian Crises and Migration: Causes, Consequences and Responses, published by Routledge in May 2014.


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