Human Rights Watch Reports
- World Report 2016: Afghanistan
- World Report 2016: Eritrea
- State of Fear: Arbitrary Arrests, Torture, and Killings in the Gambia
- World Report 2016: Ivory Coast
- World Report 2016: Mali
- World Report 2016: Pakistan
- Unravelling the Mediterranean Migration Crisis : A transnational study of migrants crossing the Mediterranean into Europe in 2015 by the MedMig project. Aims to examine the dynamics underpinning migration, to better understand the decision making processes which influence migrant journeys, and to provide a robust evidence base to inform the development of policy responses by governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental actors as well as bringing together a network of academics to engage in dialogue on the migration crisis.
- Faith and Responses to Displacement : A special issue of Forced Migration Review looking at the role of faith-based humanitarian actors.
Report of the Fact-Finding Mission to Italy– European Council, October 2016
how-do-refugees-in-rome-use-smartphones-summary-oct-2016: Summary results from a study undertaken at the JNRC in May 2016 on how guests use smartphones to improve their wellbeing, by Tanya St. George, a Master of International Development candidate from Massey University, New Zealand (PDF)
Move or Die: Migratory Routes from Sub-Saharan Africa to Europe : Published in August 2015 by MEDU (Doctors for Human Rights), this report aims to share knowledge about migration routes, smuggling and trafficking on the way to Northern Africa and on the kind of violence and torture migrants can suffer during this long journey and the psychological and physical consequences of the trauma experienced by them.
The Living Conditions of Refugees Living in Italy : Published by PRO ASYL in 2011, this report documents the living conditions of asylum seekers and persons with protection status in Italy. The report covers the reception system; living conditions in some of the occupied buildings and on vacant land in Rome; the conditions of those without any shelter; access to the health system and employment market; the situation of people returned to Italy under the Dublin II Regulation, and unaccompanied minors seeking asylum without access to protection.
- In the Sea there are Crocodiles – Fabio Geda
- Understanding Mali: Connections and Confrontations between the Tuareg, Islamist Rebels, and the Government- Ashley Michelle Heacock
- Afghanistan 101- Understanding Afghan Culture – Ehsan M Entezar
- The World’s Religions – Huston Smith
- Refugees in the Global Era – Philip Marfleet
- Clash of Civilizations Over an Elevator in Piazza Vittorio – Amara Lakhous
- Shakespeare in Kabul- Stephen Landrigan
- Pakistan on the Brink: The Future of America, Pakistan, and Afghanistan – Ahmed Rashid
- A Fort of Nine Towers – Qais Akbar Omar
Mali (Created by anthropologist and center volunteer, Sarah Wagner)
Afghanistan (Created by anthropology student at Loyola, Garrett Gutierrez)