Research Reports

VULNER Research Report 2 Series

The following research reports present the intermediate research findings in each of the country under study. Based on ethnographic fieldwork among migrants seeking protection and interviews, they document and analyse their experiences of vulnerabilities.

Through the Eyes of the “Vulnerable”: Exploring Vulnerabilities in the Belgian Asylum System
Research report on the experiences of migrants seeking protection in Belgium - by Sylvie Saroléa, Francesca Raimondo, Zoé Crine| Université catholique de Louvain
Migrant Vulnerability in the Canadian Protection System: The View of Migrants, Public Servants and on-the ground Practitioners
Research report on the experiences of migrants seeking protection in Canada - by Delphine Nakache, Anna Purkey, Melissa Anderson, Ritika Tanotra, Dagmar Soennecken, Christiana Sagay, Oula Hajjar, Biftu Yousuf, François Crépeau | University of Ottawa, McGill University, York University
Vulnerabilities and the Italian Protection System: An ethnographic exploration of the perspectives of protection seekers
Research report on the experiences of migrants seeking protection in Italy - by Dany Carnassale and Sabrina Marchetti | Ca’Foscari University of Venice
Vulnerability amidst Compounded Crises in Lebanon: The experience of Syrian and Palestinian Refugees
Research report on the experiences of migrants seeking protection in Lebanon - by Cathrine Brun and Maria Maalouf | Centre for Lebanese Studies at the Lebanese American University
Protection Seekers’ Lived Experience of Vulnerability in Times of Stricter Migration Policy. The Case of Norway
Research report on the experiences of migrants seeking protection in Norway - by Hilde Lidén, Erlend Paasche and Dorina Damsa| Institute for Social Research

VULNER Research Report 1 Series

The following research reports present the intermediate research findings in each of the country under study. Based on the study of the relevant domestic regulations and interviews with public servants and social and aid workers, they document and analyse the various existing legal and bureaucratic approaches and practices in identifying ‘vulnerable’ migrants seeking protection, and in assessing and addressing their special needs.

Humanitarianism and Juridification at Play: ‘Vulnerability’ as an Emerging Legal and Bureaucratic Concept in the Field of Asylum and Migration
Introductory Report on the VULNER Research Report 1 series by Luc Leboeuf | Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
Exploring Vulnerability’s Challenges and Pitfalls in Belgian Asylum System                        
Research Report on the Legal and Policy Framework and Implementing Practices in Belgium by Sylvie Saroléa, Francesca Raimondo, Zoé Crine | Université catholique de Louvain
Vulnerability in the Canadian Protection Regime
Research Report on the Legal and Policy Framework in Canada - by Midori Kaga, Delphine Nakache, Melissa Anderson, François Crépeau, Anthony Delisle, Nicholas Fraser, Edit Frenyó, Anna Purkey, Dagmar Soennecken, Ritika Tanotra | University of Ottawa, McGill University, York University
Addressing Vulnerabilities of Protection Seekers in German Federalism
Research Report on the Legal and Policy Framework and Implementing Practices in Germany by Winfried Kluth, Helene Heuser, Jakob Junghans | Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
Vulnerability in the Asylum and Protection System in Italy
Research Report on the Legal and Policy Framework and Implementing Practices in Italy - edited by Sabrina Marchetti and Letizia Palumbo | Ca’Foscari University of Venice
The Vulnerability of Refugees Amid Lebanese Law and the Humanitarian Policies
Research Report on the Legal and Policy Framework and Implementing Practices in Lebanon by Chaden El Daif, Maha Shuayb, Maria Maalouf | Centre for Lebanese Studies at the Lebanese American University
Vulnerable Protection Seekers in Norway: Regulations, Practices, and Challenges
Research Report on the Legal and Policy Framework and Implementing Practices in Norway by Hilde Lidén, Jessica Schultz, Erlend Paasche, Helene Wessmann | Institute for Social Research & University of Bergen

Protecting Vulnerable Refugees in Uganda
Research Report on the Legal and Policy Framework and Implementing Practices in Uganda by Sophie Nakueira | Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
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