Bina D'Costa

Why research should be a priority in the global response to the child migration crisis

Dr Bina D'Costa talks to UNICEF Innocenti's Rayyan Sabet-Parry about Research Watch's latest theme, Children on the Move

Tackling the region’s policy challenges

New issue of Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies confronts key policy concerns

Anticipating the Struggle Against Everyday Impunity in Myanmar Through Accounts from Bangladesh and Thailand

Nick Cheeseman, Bina D'Costa and Tyrell Haberkorn, 'Anticipating the Struggle Against Everyday Impunity in Myanmar Through Accounts from Bangladesh and Thailand', Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies

Children and the Responsibility to Protect

Bina D’Costa and Luke Glanville, eds, Children and the Responsibility to Protect, Leiden: Brill, 2019.

Of Responsibilities, Protection, and Rights: Children's Lives in Conflict Zones

Bina D’Costa, ‘Of Responsibilities, Protection, and Rights: Children’s Lives in Conflict Zones’, Global Responsibility to Protect, 10(1-2) 2018: 261-77.

Cascades of Violence: War, Crime and Peacebuilding across Asia

John Braithwaite and Bina D’Costa, Cascades of Violence: War, Crime and Peacebuilding across Asia, Canberra: ANU Press, 2018.

Gender Justice and (In)security in Pakistan and Afghanistan

Bina D’Costa, ‘Gender Justice and (In)security in Pakistan and Afghanistan’, Postcolonial Studies, 19(4) 2016: 409-26.

Learning to be a Compassionate Scholar

Bina D’Costa, ‘Learning to be a Compassionate Academic’, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 71(1) 2017: 3-7.

Asia's child migrants

Leaving one’s birthplace to move to a new region or country has been one of the central features of human civilisation. An estimated 214 million people worldwide are international migrants and 740 million people are internal migrants.[i

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