Resources

Publications

Ball, J., & Moselle, S. (2016). Forced migrant youth’s identity development and agency in settlement decision-making: Liminal life on the Myanmar-Thailand border. Mobility, Migration and Displacement, 2 (2), 110-125.

Ball, J., & Dim, A. (2016). Migrant Learning Centres on the Thai-Myanmar borderland: Giving new meaning to ‘live and learn’. Childhood Education, 92(3), 200-209.  Migrant Learning Centres on Thai-Myanmar Border, Childhood Education June 2016

Ball, J., & Moselle, S. (2015). Living liminally: Migrant children living in the Myanmar- Thailand border region. Global Studies of Childhood, 5(4), 425-436.   Global Studies of Childhood 2015, Ball & Moselle

Presentations with conference proceedings

Lamouchi, R., & Ball, J. (2019). Bringing the identity and future of forced migrant youth into view in the Sustainable Development agenda. Presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Humanities, October 30-31, Penang, Malaysia.

Ball, J., & Tse, C. (2019). Meaning-making of forced migrant youth in transit in Malaysia. Presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Humanities, October 30-31, Penang, Malaysia.

Presentations

Ball, J., & Litman, R. (2017). Migrant-led learning centres in Thailand: Informal economies of support. Presentation at the 10th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS), May 15-18, Victoria, Canada. CARFMS Presentation Migrant Learning Centres Litman & Ball

Jorgensen, K., & Ball, J. (2017). Forced migrant youth from Myanmar in Thailand: Identity narratives and future aspirations. Presentation at the 10th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS), May 15-18, Victoria, Canada.  CARFMS Presentation.pdf

Ball, J., & Moselle, S. (2016). Liminal childhoods: Meaning-making, developmental and migration trajectories of Myanmar youth living as forced migrants in Thailand. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Southeast Asian Studies, Panel on “Children, families and mobility in Southeast Asia. London, UK, September 17.

Ball, J., & Moselle, S. (2015). Living liminaly: Myanmar children living as forced migrants in Thailand. Paper presented at the International Conference on Migration and Late Capitalism: Critical intersections with the Asia-Pacific and beyond. Victoria, Canada: June 13.

Related resources

Thoresen, P., Fielding, A., Gillieatt, S., & Thoresen, S.H. (2016). Identifying the needs of refugee and asylum-seeking children in Thailand: A focus on the perspectives of children. Journal of Refugee Studies.

Abstract:
https://academic.oup.com/jrs/article-abstract/30/3/426/2890487/Identifying-the-Needs-of-Refugee-and-AsylumSeeking

Article (free access):
https://academic.oup.com/jrs/article/30/3/426/2890487/Identifying-the-Needs-of-Refugee-and-AsylumSeeking?guestAccessKey=07e60cd1-30c3-4741-8ecf-45a29e40a173

The Needs of Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Children in Thailand (PDF)

 

 

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