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Megan Bradley (forthcoming, 2018) ‘Durable solutions and the right of return for internally displaced persons: Evolving interpretation‘ International Journal of Refugee Law, Special issue commemorating the 20th anniversary of the UN Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement.

Megan Bradley, Angela Sherwood, Lorenza Rossi, Rufa Guiam and Bradley Mellicker (2017) ‘Policy research on the resolution of post-disaster displacement: Reflections from Haiti and the Philippines’, Journal of Refugee Studies 30(3): 363-386.

Megan Bradley (2017) ‘More than misfortune: Recognizing natural disasters as a concern for transitional justice,’ International Journal of Transitional Justice 11(3): 400-420.

Megan Bradley (2017) ‘The International Organization for Migration (IOM): Gaining power in the forced migration regime,’ Refuge 33(1): 91-106.

Megan Bradley (2014) ‘Rethinking refugeehood: Statelessness, repatriation and refugee agency’, Review of International Studies 40(1): 101-123.

Megan Bradley and Roger Duthie (2014) ‘Introduction: Accountability and redress for the injustices of displacement’, Journal of Refugee Studies 27(2): 161-170.

Megan Bradley (2012) ‘“Migrants in a feverland”: State obligations towards “environmental refugees”’, International Journal of Political Theory 8 (1-2): 147-158.

Mike Asplet and Megan Bradley (2012) ‘Strengthened protection for internally displaced persons in Africa: The Kampala Convention comes into force’, American Society of International Law (ASIL) Insights 16(36).

Mike Asplet and Megan Bradley (2013) ‘Introductory note to the African Union Convention for the protection and assistance of internally displaced persons in Africa (Kampala Convention)’, International Legal Materials 51(1): 397-399.

Megan Bradley (2011) ‘Unlocking protracted displacement: Central America’s “success story” reconsidered’, Refugee Survey Quarterly 30(4): 84-121.

Roberta Cohen and Megan Bradley (2010) ‘Disasters and displacement: Gaps in protection’, Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 1(1) (2010): 95-142.

Megan Bradley (2009) ‘Obstacles to realising Guiding Principle 29 in Afghanistan’, Forced Migration Review (Special Edition): 24-25.

Megan Bradley (2008) ‘Back to basics: The conditions of just refugee returns’, Journal of Refugee Studies 21(3): 285-304.

Megan Bradley (2008) ‘On the agenda: North-South research partnerships and agenda-setting processes’, Development in Practice 18(6): 673-685.

Megan Bradley (2007) ‘Review essay: Refugees and the reparations movement: Reflections on some recent literature‘, Journal of Refugee Studies 20(4): 662-668.

Megan Bradley (2007) ‘Refugee research agendas: The influence of donors and North-South partnerships’, Refugee Survey Quarterly 26(3): 119-135.

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