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  1. Introduction (PDF, 0.2MB)Marie McAuliffe and Khalid Koser doi
  2. Irregular maritime migration as a global phenomenon (PDF, 0.4MB)Marie McAuliffe and Victoria Mence doi
  3. Placing Sri Lankan maritime arrivals in a broader migration context (PDF, 0.3MB)Dinuk Jayasuriya and Marie McAuliffe doi
  4. The root causes of movement: Exploring the determinants of irregular migration from Afghanistan (PDF, 0.5MB)Craig Loschmann, Katie Kuschminder and Melissa Siegel doi
  5. Seeking the views of irregular migrants: Decision-making, drivers and migration journeys (PDF, 0.3MB)Marie McAuliffe doi
  6. Leaving family behind: Understanding the irregular migration of unaccompanied asylum-seeking minors (PDF, 0.2MB)Ignacio Correa-Velez, Mariana Nardone and Katharine Knoetze doi
  7. Indonesia as a transit country in irregular migration to Australia (PDF, 0.6MB)Graeme Hugo, George Tan and Caven Jonathan Napitupulu doi
  8. The process of Sri Lankan migration to Australia focusing on irregular migrants seeking asylum (PDF, 1.0MB)Graeme Hugo and Lakshman Dissanayake doi
  9. Applications for asylum in the developed world: Modelling asylum claims by origin and destination (PDF, 0.3MB)Tim Hatton and Joseph Moloney doi
  10. Assisted voluntary return and reintegration of migrants: A comparative approach (PDF, 0.2MB)Khalid Koser and Katie Kuschminder doi
  11. Media and migration: Comparative analysis of print and online media reporting on migrants and migration in selected countries (PDF, 1.7MB)Marie McAuliffe, Warren Weeks and Khalid Koser doi
  12. Environmentally related international migration: Policy challenges (PDF, 0.2MB)Victoria Mence and Alex Parrinder doi
  13. Conclusions (PDF, 0.1MB)Khalid Koser and Marie McAuliffe doi