The most recent issue of the New England Journal of Public Policy is now available on ScholarWorks, the open access repository for scholarship and research at UMass Boston. The Special Issue on Migration is guest edited by Emanuela C. Del Re and explores issues of stability and sustainability in Euro-Mediterranean migrations.
In his editor’s note for this issue, New England Journal of Public Policy founder and editor Padraig O’Malley notes that “Emanuela del Re … has assembled contributions from prominent scholars, academics, and researchers from Europe, Africa, and the United States” to explore this issue’s theme.
The New England Journal of Public Policy has been published since 1985 by the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston. After folding in 2006 due to financial constraints, the New England Journal of Public Policy resumed publication in 2013 as an online, open access journal. Full issues of the entire run of the New England Journal of Public Policy are available on ScholarWorks.
Apart from Del Re’s introduction and the editor’s note by O’Malley, who is also the John Joseph Moakley Distinguished Professor of Peace and Reconciliation at UMass Boston, this issue includes:
- Strategies for Stability and Sustainability in Euro-Mediterranean Migrations, by Emanuela C. Del Re
- North African Regular and Irregular Migration: The Case of Libya, by Mustafa O. Attir
- Gendering Migration: Women, Migratory Routes and Trafficking, by Nicolamaria Coppola
- Syrian Refugees in Turkey: A Security Perspective, by Federico Donelli
- Immigration as a Domestic Policy Issue: What Strategy to “Save” Europe?, by Germano Dottori
- Syrian Refugees in Europe: Migration Dynamics and Political Challenges, by Leila Hudson
- European Immigration Controls Conforming to Human Rights Standards, by Yannis Ktistakis
- The Mediterranean Refugee Crisis: Heritage, Tourism, and Migration, by Marxiano Melotti
- Response and Responsibilities of the Republic of Macedonia in the Migrant and Refugees Crises, by Toni Mileski
- Managing Migration: The Balkans United against Refugees, by Hedvig Morvai and Dragan Djokovic
- Migration and Conflict, by Padraig O’Malley
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