Publications


View selected publications by our Centre members

  • Foster, M and Lambert, H, International Refugee Law and the Protection of Stateless Persons, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2019)
  • Kneebone, S (ed), Comparative Regional Protection Frameworks for Refugees, Routledge, United Kingdom (2017)
  • Rijken, C, van Waas, L, Gramatikov, M and Brennan, D, The Nexus between Statelessness and Human Trafficking: The example of Thailand, Wolf Legal Publishers (2015)
  • Hathaway, J and Foster, M, The Law of Refugee Status, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom (2014)
  • Kneebone, S, Stevens, D and Baldassar, L (eds), Refugee Protection and the Role of Law: Conflicting Identities, Routledge, United Kingdom (2014)
  • Kneebone, S (ed), Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law: Comparative Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom (2009)
  • Brennan, D, Murray, N and Petrozziello A, ‘Multiply marginalized: Applying Intersectionality to Understand Lived Experiences of Statelessness in Europe’ in T Bloom and L Kingston Global Governance and Statelessness, Manchester University Press (forthcoming)
  • Christoph Sperfeldt, ‘Cambodia’ in Olivier Vonk (ed), Nationality Law in the Eastern Hemisphere: Acquisition and Loss of Citizenship in Asian Perspective (Wolf Legal Publishers, 2018) 91-115.
  • Albarazi, Z, Brennan, D and van Waas, L, ‘Gender Discrimination in Nationality Laws: Human Rights Pathways to Gender Neutrality’ in Niamh Reilly (ed) International Human Rights of Women (Springer 2018)
  • Kneebone, S, 'Transnational Labour Migrants: Whose Responsibility?' in K Rubenstein, K Nolan, M Nolan and F Jenkins (eds), Allegiance and Identity in a Globalised World, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom (2014), 426-450
  • Kneebone, S, 'Human Trafficking and Refugee Women' in E Arbel, C Dauvergne and J Millbank (eds), Gender Equality in Refugee Law: Are We There Yet?, Routledge, United Kingdom (2014), 197-219
  • Kneebone, S, 'ASEAN and the Conceptualisation of Refugee Protection' in A Abass and F Ippolito (eds), Regional Approaches to the Protection of Asylum Seekers: An International Legal Perspective, Ashgate, United Kingdom (2014), 295-323
  • Kneebone, S and O'Sullivan, M, 'Article 1 C (Definition of the Term 'Refugee'/Definition du Terme 'Refuie')' in A Zimmerman (ed), The 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom (2011), 481-535
  • McGee, T, ‘"Rainbow Statelessness" - Between Sexual Citizenship and Legal Theory: Exploring the Statelessness-LGBTIQ+ Nexus' (forthcoming, 2020) 2(1) Statelessness and Citizenship Review
  • Sperfeldt, C, 'Minorities and Statelessness: Social Exclusion and Citizenship in Cambodia' (2020) 27(1) International Journal on Minority and Group Rights  94-120
  • McGee, T and Albarazi, Z, 'Eight years of Displacement: Syria's Statelessness still Unidentified' (2020) 8(2) Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration 39-43
  • Brennan, D, ‘Feminist Foresight in Statelessness: Century-Old Citizenship Equality Campaigns’ (2020) Statelessness and Citizenship Review, 2(1)
  • Brennan, D, ‘Statelessness and the Feminist Toolbox: Another Man-Made Problem with a Feminist Solution?’ (2019) Tilburg Law Review, 24(2)
  • McGee, T, 'Experiences of Stateless Kurds and Palestinian Refugees from Syria Seeking Protection in Europe From Syria to Europe' (2019) Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI) & European Statelessness Network (ENS) & ASKV Refugee Support
  • Foster, M, Mcadam, J and Wadley, D, 'Part One: the Protection of Statelessness Persons in Australian law - The Rationale for a Statelessness Determination Procedure' (2016) 40 Melbourne University Law Review 456-505
  • Foster, M, Mcadam, J and Wadley, D, 'Part Two: The Prevention and Reduction of Statelessness in Australia - An Ongoing Challenge' (2016) 40 Melbourne University Law Review 401-455
  • McGee, T, 'The Stateless Kurds of Syria: Ethnic Identity and National I.D.' (2014) 19 Tilburg Law Review 171-81
  • Foster, M and Lambert, H, 'Statelessness as a Human Rights Issue: A Concept Whose Time Has Come' (2016) 28(4) International Journal of Refugee Law 564-584
  • Kneebone, S, 'The Bali Process and Global Refugee Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region' (2014) 27(4) Journal of Refugee Studies 596-618
  • McGee, T, 'The Stateless Kurds of Syria: Ethnic Identity and National I.D.' (2014) 19 Tilburg Law Review 171-81
  • Kneebone, S, 'The Refugee-Trafficking Nexus: Making Good (The) Connections' (2010) 29(1) Refugee Survey Quarterly 137-160
  • McSherry, B and Kneebone, S, 'Trafficking in Women and Forced Migration: Moving Victims Across the Border of Crime into the Domain of Human Rights' (2008) 12(1) International Journal of Human Rights 67-87
  • Kneebone, S, 'Women Within the Refugee Construct: Exclusionary inclusion' in 'Policy and Practice - The Australian Experience' (2005) 17(1) International Journal of Refugee Law 7-42
  • McGee, T, 'Book Review: Fully Human: Personhood, Citizenship, and Rights Refuge by Lindsey N. Kingston' (2020) 36(1) Canada’s Journal on Refugees 109-111
  • McGee, T, 'We Can’t Say We Didn’t Know: Dispatches from an age of impunity by Sophie McNeill' (2020) 421 Australian Book Review