Megan Bradley, Research Associate, 2009-10

Megan Bradley is an assistant professor of conflict studies at Saint Paul University in Ottawa. She is also a doctoral candidate in international relations at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford.  Her expertise is in forced migration, human rights, transitional justice and research for development.  Prior to coming to Ottawa, Megan was a 2008-2009 Sauvé Scholar at McGill University, and served as the 2007-2008 Cadieux-Léger Fellow in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT). Megan has worked with several organizations, including the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the Brookings Institution Project on Internal Displacement, and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Cairo.

Selected publications

Book chapters and articles

  • ‘Disasters and displacement: Gaps in protection’, Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 1(1) (forthcoming) (co-authored with Roberta Cohen).
  • ‘Redressing internally displaced Palestinians in Israel’, in R. Brynen and R. El-Rifai (eds.) Palestinian Refugee Compensation and the Peace Process: Issues and Perspectives (forthcoming).
  • ‘Return in dignity: A neglected refugee protection challenge’, Canadian Journal of Development Studies 28(3) (2009).
  • ‘Obstacles to realising Guiding Principle 29 in Afghanistan’, Forced Migration Review (Special Edition) (2009).
  • ‘On the agenda: North-South research partnerships and agenda-setting processes’, Development in Practice 18(6) (2008).
  • ‘L’aide canadienne à la recherche pour le développement’, in F. Audet, M. Desrosiers and S. Roussel (eds.) L’aide canadienne au développement, Montreal: University of Montreal Press (2008) (co-authored with J.M. Labatut and G. Morin-Labatut, IDRC) (translation: ‘Canadian aid for research for development’)
  • ‘Back to basics: The conditions of just refugee returns’, Journal of Refugee Studies 21(3) (2008).
  • ‘Redress and refugees: Reflections on some recent literature’ (review essay), Journal of Refugee Studies 20(4) (2007).
  • ‘Refugee research agendas: The influence of donors and North-South partnerships’, Refugee Survey Quarterly 26(3) (2007).
  • ‘The conditions of just return: State responsibility and restitution for refugees’, in A. Bolesta (ed.) Refugee Crises and International Response: Towards Permanent Solutions?, Warsaw: Libra (2005).

Book reviews

  • ‘Review of The Future for Palestinian Refugees: Toward Equity and Peace, by Michael Dumper’, Journal of Refugee Studies 21(2) (2008).
  • ‘Review of Conflict and the Refugee Experience: Flight, Exile and Repatriation in the Horn of Africa, by Assefaw Bariagaber’, Political Studies Review 6(3) (2008).
  • ‘Review of Palestinian Refugee Repatriation: Global Perspectives, edited by Michael Dumper’, Journal of Refugee Studies 20(1) (2007).