Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees
Refuge is a non-profit, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, bilingual journal. It publishes analytical, reflective, and probing articles from a wide range of disciplinary and regional perspectives, presenting writing of academics, policy-makers, and practitioners in the field of forced migration. The journal provides space for discussion of emerging themes and debates, as well as ongoing topics. The journal also features a book review section and occasionally publishes special issues on specific themes related to forced migration. Refuge publishes articles in both English and French.

Policy Briefs Submitted to the Government of Canada, December 2016 (in partnership with the Refugee Research Network)

Age & Generation in Canada’s Migration Law, Policy, & Programming, by Christina Clark-Kazak, York University

The Humanitarian-Development Nexus: Opportunities for Canadian Leadership, by Kevin Dunbar, CARE Canada & James Milner, Carleton University

Environmental Displacement and Environmental Migration: Blurred Boundaries Require Integrated Policies, by Michaela Hynie, York University; Prateep Nayak, University of Waterloo, Teresa Gomes & Ifrah Abdillah, University of Toronto

The State of Private Refugee Sponsorship in Canada: Trends, Issues, and Impacts by Jennifer Hyndman, William Payne and Shauna Jimenez, York University

Examining Enterprise Capacity: A Participatory Social Assessment in Darfur and Southern Sudan

Technical, Vocational, and Entrepreneurial Capacities in Southern Sudan: Assessment and Opportunities

Scholarly Articles from CRS Members and Projects