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The Control Of People Smuggling And Trafficking In The Eu

Author : Matilde Ventrella
ISBN : 9781317037309
Genre : Law
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This book examines the smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings in the EU with a comparative analysis of how British and Italian law has approached the issues. The work also analyzes the role of cooperation between the police and judiciary in combating criminal organizations involved in these crimes. The author draws on evidence from the Italian cities of Rimini and Siracusa and from the Italian transit island of Lampedusa to show how an innovative approach can help provide solutions to the problems arising from this sort of criminal activity. The result is a valuable resource for academics and students working in the areas of migration, refugee, criminal justice and EU law. Policy-makers and practitioners working with refugee and immigration issues will also find much of interest in this book.

Regulating Marriage Migration Into The Uk

Author : Helena Wray
ISBN : 9781317068808
Genre : Law
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Marriage migration is a controversial and problematic issue in the UK as elsewhere in Europe. This timely analysis is a comprehensive examination of the regulation of marriage migration into the UK. With international relevance, the book uses the analysis to examine the relationship between government priorities and the dynamics of transnational family life. The book is one of the first to scrutinise the control of UK marriage migration after 1997 and explores the dilemmas faced by the post-1997 government in managing this form of migration in a changed domestic and international environment. Using high-quality sources from across the political spectrum, it analyses regulatory decisions made by government, the judiciary and the visa service, and suggests that there is an unofficial and unarticulated hierarchy predicated on assumptions and beliefs about acceptable marriages. Finally, the book establishes a principled basis for the future regulation of marriage migration.

Smuggling Of Migrants By Sea

Author : Matilde Ventrella
ISBN : 1600423000
Genre : Political Science
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The book focuses on smuggling of migrants by sea from Africa to Europe and on the scope of European Union (EU) legal framework on this crime. The book argues that people smuggled by sea should be protected by EU law when they become victims of human trafficking or as potential victims of human trafficking. For this purpose, the book analyses the Trafficking Directive and other EU laws on the protection of victims of human trafficking. The book argues that although smuggling and trafficking are two separate crimes, they can overlap. Consequently, the law on human trafficking can be extended to smuggled migrants when there is the overlapping. The book highlights that when the category of smuggled people by sea cannot be included in the legal framework on human trafficking, other laws on migration should be applied rather than returning people to their countries of origin or of residence where they will face the same poor conditions they left and thus, they would try to travel again to Europe by the support of criminal organisations perpetrating smuggling. In order to prevent the smuggling of people, the book argues that different policies and laws should be applied. One policy should focus on fighting against the crimes of smuggling and trafficking by the support of EU agencies. The book states that Europol, Eurojust and Joint Investigation Teams should support EU Member States in the fight against smuggling and trafficking as these crimes can have a transnational dimension. However, fighting against these two crimes should be accompanied by developing economic policies in countries of origin or of residence. The book concludes that the EU is very far away from finding solutions to prevent smuggling of migrants by sea. It is concentrated on short term solutions which will not reduce the smuggling of migrants and their trafficking.

Forum On Crime And Society

Author : United Nations
ISBN : 9216300043
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This volume of Forum is devoted to the theme of organized crime. The first two articles deal with the fight against drug trafficking across the border between Mexico and the United States. The next two articles describe different aspects of Chinese organized crime. The final two articles focus on the definitions of organized crime and corruption. This publication aims at forging partnerships among scholars, experts and decision makers to advance knowledge and policy, upgrade practice and achieve reform in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice.

Toolkit To Combat Trafficking In Persons

Author : United Nations
ISBN : 9216330309
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Immigration Crime And Justice

Author : William McDonald
ISBN : 9781848554382
Genre : Social Science
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Examines the nexus between immigration and crime from all of the angles. This work addresses not just the evidence regarding the criminality of immigrants but also the research on the victimization of immigrants; human trafficking; domestic violence; the police handling of human trafficking; and, the exportation to crime problems via deportation.

Extraterritorial Immigration Control

Author : Bernhard Ryan
ISBN : 9789004172333
Genre : Law
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This work analyses the legal challenges posed by contemporary practices of extraterritorial immigration control: visas, pre-embarkation checks and the interception of irregular migrants. It examines the international law framework, and provides case-studies from Europe, Australia and the United States.

Migration In Sub Saharan Africa

Author : Aderanti Adepoju
ISBN : IND:30000115609764
Genre : Social Science
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Africans arriving by rickety fishing boats to the Canary Islands, risking the passage across the Straits of Gibraltar or washed up on the Italian island of Lampedusa are familiar examples of the recent growth in migration from Africa to Europe. There is a dark side of migration in human trafficking, but the picture of a continent on the move also includes highly skilled professionals from Nigeria and Ghana who seek employment in universities and other professions in South Africa. On the positive side migrant remittances are a major source of income in many sub-Saharan African countries, helping to sustain the lives of poor home communities. A major challenge now facing sub-Saharan Africa is how to attract skilled emigrants back for national development.

The Migration Industry And The Commercialization Of International Migration

Author : Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen
ISBN : 9780415623780
Genre : Political Science
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Migration has become business, big business. Over the last few decades a host of new business opportunities have emerged that capitalize both on the migrants' desires to migrate and the struggle by governments to manage migration. From the rapid growth of specialized transportation and labour immigration companies, to multinational companies managing detention centres or establishing border security, to the organized criminal networks profiting from human smuggling and trafficking, we are currently witnessing a growing commercialization of international migration. This volume claims that today it is almost impossible to speak of migration without also speaking of the migration industry. Yet, acknowledging the role the migration industry plays prompts a number of questions that have so far received only limited attention among scholars and policy makers. The book offers new concepts and theory for the study of international migration by bringing together cross-disciplinary theoretical explorations and original case studies. It also provides a global coverage of the phenomena under study, covering migrant destinations in Europe, the United States and Asia, and migrant sending regions in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Trends In International Migration

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ISBN : WISC:89076240555
Genre : Emigration and immigration
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