Tag Archives: Displacement

CFP: Forced Migration Review – Addressing Root Causes of Displacement

Forced Migration Review (FMR) invites papers for its October 2019 issue’s mini-feature, Towards Understanding and Addressing Root Causes of Displacement. The submission deadline is May 28, 2019. The editors ask that you contact them with your idea in advance of … Continue reading

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Quick Hits – Limits on arbitrator's authority, omissions on an application, "no-add" provisions and contract modification, and displacement and discipline

Award vacated – Reinstatement order ignored cba limitation on arbitrator's authorityThe District Court in Massachusetts has vacated an award of Arbitrator Michael Stutz reinstating an employee dismissed by Steward Holy Family Hospital. Steward Holy Family Hospital, Inc. v. Massachusetts Nurses Association .  Grievant … Continue reading

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Sterett on Climate Change & Displacement

Susan M. Sterett (Public Policy) has posted Climate Change Adaptation: Existential Threat, Welfare States and Legal Management (Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This paper contrasts knowledge frames for climate change and displacement. First the paper explains the … Continue reading

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Thematic Focus: Internal Displacement

Events & opportunities:Course on Law of Internal Displacement, Sanremo, 27 November-1 December 2018 [info]- Apply by 30 September 2018.Internal Displacement Conference, Geneva, 18 October 2018 [info]- "[I]nterdisciplinary conference that will bring together insights from new research on human mobility, economics and … Continue reading

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The Violent Consequences of Trade-Induced Worker Displacement in Mexico

The Violent Consequences of Trade-Induced Worker Displacement in Mexico. Melissa Dell, Benjamin Feigenberg, Kensuke Teshima. Harvard University and NBER, University of Illinois at Chicago, ITAM. May 2018. “Mexican manufacturing job loss induced by competition with China increases cocaine trafficking and … Continue reading

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