Jessica Ball, MPH, PhD, is a professor with the School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria, Canada. She has taught, consulted, and completed research on the determinants of marginalization of children and youth on three continents, focusing primarily on Southeast Asia. Her recent studies have addressed outcomes of transnational labor migration for children and families in Indonesia as well as the experiences of forced migration among young people from Myanmar and the Middle East who are living in Thailand and Malaysia (www.youthmigrationproject.com).

Harriot Beazley is an associate professor of human geography at the University of the Sunshine Coast Maroochydore. Her research interests are located within social and development geography and children's geographies in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.

Amanda R. Cheong is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of British Columbia. Her research examines the relationships between legal status and inequality,...

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