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ISSN: 2183-2803

Networks and Contested Identities in the Refugee Journey

Open Access

Academic Editors: Niro Kandasamy (University of Sydney), Lauren Avery (University of York), and Karen Soldatic (Western Sydney University) as part of the (In)Justice International Collective

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17645/si.i331

Table of Contents

Networks and Contested Identities in the Refugee Journey
Niro Kandasamy, Lauren Avery and Karen Soldatic
Editorial | Open Access | Published: 19 December 2022
From Sex Offenders to National Heroes: Comparing Yemeni and Afghan Refugees in South Korea
Farrah Sheikh, Jin-han Jeong and Kangsuk Kim
Article | Open Access | Published: 19 December 2022
From Conflict Zones to Europe: Syrian and Afghan Refugees’ Journeys, Stories, and Strategies
Souhila Belabbas, Jakub Bijak, Ariana Modirrousta-Galian and Sarah Nurse
Article | Open Access | Published: 19 December 2022
A Different Way of Thinking About Refugees: Relocation and Settlement of Expatriate Syrian Business People
Ching-An Chang
Article | Open Access | Published: 19 December 2022
Negotiating Survival: Central American Refugee Women in Mexico and the Politics of Deservingness
Susanne Willers
Article | Open Access | Published: 19 December 2022
“This Group Is My Country”: Sri Lankan Tamil Women’s Narratives of Isolation and Connectedness in Australia
Rimple Mehta, Michel Edenborough, Fran Gale, Subadra Velayudan, Samantha Tom Cherian, Linda Briskman, Nichole Georgeou and Ansuya Naguran
Article | Open Access | Published: 19 December 2022
Moving to Portugal: Conditions for Refugees’ Identity (Re)Configuration Processes
Catarina Sales, Ivan Novais and Deriscleia Ramos
Short Note | Open Access | Published: 19 December 2022