Migration research publications

Migration working paper

Research reports

Drs. Leslie Butt (Research Fellow with CAPI, Anthropology) and Jessica Ball (UVic Child and Youth Care) have released the final report from their study, Stateless Children, Parents and Undocumented Migration: An Indonesian Pilot Study. The results are available in a one-page summary, and in a four-page detailed summary, by clicking on the links below.

Title Author Date

Transnational Migrant Families, Child Statelessness, and Decisions about Birth Registration (Four-page Summary)

Family Decision Making about Birth Registration among Transnational Migrants in Indonesia (One-page summary)

Leslie Butt, PhD, Jessica Ball, PhD & Harriet Beazley, PhD

June 10, 2015

Children and Families on the Move: Stateless Children in Indonesia

Preliminary Field Research Report, Lombok and Jakarta, May 2014

Jessica Ball, PhD, Leslie Butt, PhD & Harriet Beazley, PhD

Aug. 26, 2014

Working papers

As part of CAPI's Migration and Mobility program, scholars will be invited to write a research paper on a topic related to migration and the Asia-Pacific. Our first working paper is written by Leslie Butt, PhD. Dr. Butt is a professor in the Department of Pacific and Asian Studies at the University of Victoria, and has been a visiting scholar at CAPI. Her paper is entitled, "Migration, Mobility and Transnational Families: New Priorities in the Asia-Pacific."

Title Author Date
Seventy-Five Years is Long Enough: Will the BC Government Finally Acknowledge and Address Its Role in the Uprooting of Japanese Canadians John Price, PhD Nov. 15, 2016
Advancing Research on 'Stateless Children': Family Decision Making and Birth Registration among Transnational Migrants in the Asia-Pacific Region Jessica Ball, PhD, Leslie Butt, PhD, Harriet Beazley, PhD & Natasha Fox, MA Dec. 9, 2014
Migration, Mobility and Transnational Families: New Priorities in the Asia-Pacific Leslie Butt, PhD April 8, 2014