On the basis of your analysis, respond to the following:
Describe the authors’ research questions, methodology, results, and findings.
Describe how the methodology helped the authors answer the research questions.
Describe how this article could or should influence public policy.
If you were to replicate the research of Lemieux and Felson using the data from Week 2 Project, would you have all the data you need to replicate their research? Are the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) statistics sufficient for reproducing their research?
What might be missing and preventing you from completing their research using the data from W2 Assignment 2?
How would you go about getting the needed information to complete their research?
In the case of African Institute for Human Rights and Development (on behalf of Sierra Leonean refugees in Guinea) v Guinea , the African Commission found that Guinea had violated articles 2, 4, 5, 12 (5) and 14 of the Banjul Charter. While reference to the Charter found violations of the rights to human dignity, property, life, non-discrimination and against mass expulsion, the Commission would have been able to further extend the protection of Sierra Leonean refugees had it invoked the 1951 Convention that Guinea has ratified in 1983. While all rights matter, certain provisions hold special relevance for asylum seekers and refugees, in particular those that affect expulsion, liberty and security, and, as we have already seen above, due process. Right to liberty as expressed in Article I of ADHR is complemented by right to protection against arbitrary arrest of Article XXV. The Inter-American Commission has used the two articles in a number of communications, including in the Haitian Interdictions case where claimants were not imprisoned, but the State nevertheless took control over them. Furthermore, Inter-American ‘jurisprudence makes clear that migrants, even undocumented, are not criminals, nor are they suspected of any crime – as such, they must not be held in regular prisons with criminals’ . African Commission has also used Article 16 of the Banjul Charter to address the conditions of detention suffered by black Mauritanians , potentially opening up a route through which a host of social and economic rights concerns relating to refugees and asylum seekers can be raised, including the issue of substandard camp conditions. Article 16 not only stipulates that ‘[e]very individual shall have the right to enjoy the best attainable state of physical and mental health’, but also highlights the duty of States to take necessary measures to ensure protection. This case is reminiscent of the case of Rafael Ferrer-Mazorra et al. v. United States , addressing the situation of Mariel Cubans who were illegally detained for unreasonable periods of time. The Inter-American Commission conducted an on-site visit, paying particular attention to the conditions, medical and recreational provisions, and availability of legal counsel, finding violations of Ar>GET ANSWER