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Like migrants themselves, ideas about migration diffuse across national borders. More often than not, these ideas concern how to keep migrants out-witness the European Community's Dublin Convention and the draft Memorandum of Understanding between Canada and the United States.1 A refreshing exception to this trend has been occurring of late, however. In March 1993, the Chair of Canada's Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) released Guidelines on Women Refugee Claimants Fearing Gender-Related Persecution (Canada IRB 1993). In May 1995, the United States' Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) issued Considerations for Asylum Officers Adjudicating Asylum Claims from Women (US INS 1995, hereafter "US Considerations"). A year later, in July 1996, the Australian Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA) followed suit with "Guidelines on Gender Issues for Decision-makers" (Australia DIMA 1996, hereafter "Australian Guidelines"). In response to evolving jurisprudence from higher courts, the IRB revised the Canadian Guidelines (Canada IRB, hereafter "Canadian Guidelines") in November 1996, but the additions to the text were not major. Introduction Like migrants themselves, ideas about migration diffuse across national borders. More often than not, these ideas concern how to keep migrants out-witness the European Community's Dublin Convention and the draft Memorandum of Unde
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