Working with Deported Individuals in the Pacific: Legal and Ethical Issues

Working with Deported Individuals in the Pacific: Legal and Ethical Issues (UNDP Pacific Centre, 2012) Deportation as described by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) refers to “the act of a State in the exercise of its sovereignty in removing an alien from its territory to a certain place after refusal of admission or termination of permission to remain.” Therefore, for criminal deportation cases this refers to the removal of an alien (non-citizen) after committing a criminal act in the Read More

Return[ed] to Paradise: The Deportation Experience in Samoa & Tonga

Return[ed] to Paradise: The Deportation Experience in Samoa & Tonga (Natalie Pereira, UNESCO, 2011) UNESCO’s Social and Human Sciences Apia program has conducted research on the experiences of deportees in Samoa and Tonga over a two year period. The Social and Human Science sector’s mission is to advance knowledge, standards and intellectual cooperation in order to facilitate social transformations conducive to the universal values of justice, freedom and human dignity. Deportation as described by the International Organization for Migration refers Read More