This page provides links to reseach by Berkeley faculty and students about the refugee crisis. Links are in reverse chronological order.
- Refugee Crisis. (Spring 2016) Eric Hagen, Rob Kuvinka, and Reema Naqvi, School for Information Studies. "The goal of our project was to present information about the ‘Refugee Crisis’ that has been featured prominently in Western news media over the last half decade. We wanted to present information that would educate someone unfamiliar with the crisis. The goal for this user would be that once they had completed our narrative and visual walkthrough covering major trends, the user would have an understanding of where these refugees were coming from and to which countries they were commonly going to in order to seek asylum."
- Moral Leadership or Moral Hazard? Germany's Response to the Refugee Crisis and its Impact on European Solidarity. (2016) Beverly Crawford, Center for German and European Studies.
- Regional refugee protection in comparative perspective: Lessons learned from the Asia-Pacific, the Americas, Africa, and Europe. (November 13, 2015) Kate Jastram, The Blum Center for Developing Economies and Law. A Policy Brief prepared for the University of New South Wales, Australia's Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law.
- Syrian women in Jordanian refugee camps. (2014-present) Niveen Rizkalla, School of Social Welfare's Mack Center on Mental Health and Social Conflict.
- How People Think About Immigration. (August 3, 2015) Contact Jack Citrin, Political Science and the Institute of Governmental Studies. [This is an article about the research. The paper, linked to in this article, is behind a paywall.]
- Syria, the United Nations, and the Responsibility to Protect. (2012) Saira Mohamed, Law.
Last updated September 9, 2016
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