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New Publication - Normalising the Exceptional: The Use of Temporary Protection in Transit Countries to Externalise Borders and Responsibilities

New Publication - Normalising the Exceptional: The Use of Temporary Protection in Transit Countries to Externalise Borders and Responsibilities

A new research article has been published by Dahdaleh Institute's Research Fellow Rhonda Ferguson and Community Scholar Linn-Biorklund Belliveau. In the paper, Rhonda and Linn take a closer look at […]

Reframing Refugee Crisis: Challenging the practice of "Containment through humanitarian assistance"

Reframing Refugee Crisis: Challenging the practice of "Containment through humanitarian assistance"

Dahdaleh Institute Fellow Maissaa Al Mustafa’s article, Reframing refugee crisis: A “European crisis of migration” or a “crisis of protection”? challenges the practice of “Containment through humanitarian assistance” by highlighting that policies […]

Sarim Hasan

Sarim Hasan

Currently in his final year at York University, pursuing a degree in Communication Studies, Sarim is passionate about the world of digital marketing. With his love for being behind the […]

Maissaa Almustafa, PhD

Maissaa Almustafa, PhD

Dr. Maissaa Almustafa holds a Ph.D. in Global Governance from Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University (WLU). She is a Research Fellow at the Dahdaleh Institute for Global […]