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Vol.35, No.4: Oct-Dec 2019

Syrian refugee children attend a lesson in a UNICEF temporary classroom in northern Lebanon, July 2014. UK Department for International Development, via Flickr and Wikimedia Commons

No Safe Harbour

An estimated 70,000 children are born into statelessness every year. There will be millions more if countries fail to provide citizenship to young refugees from Syria, Myanmar, and other countries. In Child Refugee Migration: a Short-Lived Childhood, Evnur Taran explores the challenges facing unaccompanied refugee minors. COMMENT

Also in this issue

Modi’s India: A Conversation
Ashis Nandy, Subir Guin, and Metta Spencer discuss the ways in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed India, from the Kashmir “crisis” to relations with Pakistan to the precarious position of family farms. COMMENT

Acknowledging Indigenous Land
Since the times of first contact, Indigenous Peoples in Canada have sought a “relational” exchange with governments, not a simple real-estate-style transaction. Bruna Nota explores this history and what it means today. COMMENT

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