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1 edition of Migration and human rights found in the catalog.
Migration and human rights
Ryszard I. Cholewinski
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ryszard Cholewinski, Paul de Guchteneire, Antoine Pécoud|
|LC Classifications||K3240 .M54 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 452 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||452|
|ISBN 10||9231040901, 0521199468, 0521136113|
|ISBN 10||9780521136112, 9780521199469, 9789231040900|
|LC Control Number||2010288669|
Introduction: Interpreting the Refugee Definition via Human Rights Standards Bruce Burson and David James Cantor; 2. Give Way to the Right: The Evolving Use of Human Rights in New Zealand Refugee Status Determination Bruce Burson; 3. Island Nation: The Impact of International Human Rights Law on Australian Refugee Law Linda J. Kirk; 4. The contributors show that the current understanding of trafficking excludes large groups of people who, due to their migration status, experience human rights violations on a continuum of exploitation ranging from forced labour to minor detractions from labour standards.
He is the author of four monographs and over 80 articles in the fields of European, economic and transnational criminal law, immigration and asylum law and the relationship between security and human rights, in particular the right to privacy. His latest book is The Criminalisation of Migration in Europe (Springer, ). Human Rights, Children, and Migration results from a two-year, multi-partner, multi-national and regional investigation into the treatment of Honduran, Salvadoran, Guatemalan, Mexican, and United States citizen and permanent resident children affected by migration. The book illuminates.
The book also includes a series of case studies from Alaska, Bangladesh, Kenya and the Pacific islands which aim to improve our understanding of the theoretical and practical implications of climate change for human rights and migration. This book will be of great interest to scholars of environmental law and policy, human rights law, climate. The [book] will find eager audiences in undergraduate and graduate courses in human rights, and will be required references for human rights scholars working on migration and the broader issues of international human rights regimes, institutions, and challenges of human rights policy change."—-Jelena Subotic, Perspectives on PoliticsBrand: Princeton University Press.
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Through its account of maritime migration, the book proposes a theory of human rights modelled around an encounter between individuals in which one of the parties is at great risk. It weaves together primary sources, insights from the work Migration and human rights book twentieth-century thinkers such as Hannah Arendt and Emmanuel Levinas, and other legal materials to Author: Itamar Mann.
Migration, human rights and the United Nations: an investigation into the obstacles to the UN convention on migrant workers' rights. Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice. This collection of essays is the outcome of an international conference on Irregular Migration and Human Rights, which gathered together prominent scholars, policy-makers and practitioners working in the migration and human rights field.
The objective of the book, in contrast to the prevailing political approach which focuses almost solely on 5/5(1). International migration is at an all-time high. However, government officials, policy makers, NGO advocates, academic researchers and international agencies have only recently begun to consider the human rights dimension of migration.
Under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed over 50 years ago, human rights are universal, indivisible, and inalienable; in other. Drawing upon a broad range of case studies, this book presents a thorough examination of key issues such as the commodification of care, the impact of the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights on ‘primary care providers’, as well as the effect that trends in migration law have on.
This book seeks to be a contribution to the urgent and necessary international dialogue on migration, healthcare access, HIV and human rights.
“Compilers received a grant to publish the book for free online, which is something that was important for us since we wanted students and academia to have access to the book for free,” Rojas concluded. Review of Child Migration and Human Rights in a Global Age by Jacqueline Bhabha (Princeton University Press, ).
In this book, Jacqueline Bhabha, well known for her work on child migration, argues that the difficulties faced by child migrants no longer result from invisibility. The [book] will find eager audiences in undergraduate and graduate courses in human rights, and will be required references for human rights scholars working on migration and the broader issues of international human rights regimes, institutions, and challenges of human rights policy change.
Subject coverage of the Human Rights / Humanitarian Law E-Book Package: Human Rights – Refugee Law – Immigration Law – Health Law – Children’s Rights – Minority and Group Rights – Humanitarian Law – International Criminal Law.
agencies have only recently begun to consider the human rights dimension of migration. Under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed over 50 years ago, human rights are universal, indivisible, and inalienable; in other words, “human rights Cited by: 1.
While migration is a positive and empowering experience for many, it is increasingly clear that a lack of human rights-based migration governance at the global, regional and national levels is leading to the routine violation of migrants’ rights in transit, at international borders, and in.
The Inter-American Human Rights System created its own Rapporteurship on migrant workers. These reports, together with those of the UN Special Rapporteur, have documented the failure of restrictive policies to halt irregular migration, and the negative consequences of fortified borders in creating opportunities for trafficking and smuggling, leading to increasingly dangerous journeys and a.
Drawing upon a broad range of case studies, this book presents a thorough examination of key issues such as the commodification of care, the impact of the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights on ‘primary care providers’, as well as the effect that trends in migration law have on Cited by: 2.
Migration and migrants are increasingly the focus of human rights discussions. Yet, the gap between policy and protection remains wide. This Special Issue explores the emergence of this poorly understood area. Human Rights and the Dark Side of Globalisation book. Transnational law enforcement and migration control.
Edited By This edited volume examines the continued viability of international human rights law in the context of growing transnational law enforcement.
core exercises of public authority such as migration control, surveillance. These books are useful adds to any human rights student’s or worker’s repertoire.
Jack Donnelly’s Universal Human Rights in Theory and Practice (3 rd Ed., ) is a fundamental text for those studying any area of human rights. Starting out by establishing a basic understanding of what “human rights” means, Donnelly leads up to his.
Child Migration & Human Rights in a Global Age book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Why, despite massive public concern, /5. This book provides the first comprehensive account of the widespread but neglected global phenomenon of child migration, exploring the complex challenges facing children and adolescents who move to join their families, those who are moved to be exploited, and those who move simply to survive.
Child Migration and Human Rights in a Global Age Cited by: The UN Convention on Migrant Workers' Rights is the most comprehensive international treaty in the field of migration and human rights. Adopted in and entered into force init sets a standard in terms of access to human rights for migrants.5/5(1).
Child Migration and Human Rights in a Global Age October 7 This series first featured a talk with author Jacqueline Bhabha about her new book, Child Migration and Human Rights in a Global Age, moderated by Maria Woltjen of the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights.
The second session was a panel discussion about the current. A multidisciplinary group of scholars examines how the actions of the United States as a global leader are worsening pressures on people worldwide to migrate, while simultaneously degrading migrant rights.
Uniting such diverse issues as market reform, drug policy, and terrorism under a common framework of human rights, the book constitutes a call for a new vision on immigration.This chapter argues that people have a human right to immigrate to other states.
People have essential interests in being able to make important personal decisions and engage in politics without state restrictions on the options available to them. It is these interests that other human rights, such as the human rights to internal freedom of movement and freedom of association, protect.Practices of immigration detention are largely resistant to conventional forms of legal correction because contemporary liberal democracies justify these practices with an appeal to their territorial sovereignty, a concept that thwarts the very communicability of individual interests in modern constitutionalism.
However, this book argues that human rights in the specific context of immigration.