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United States Migrant Interdiction And The Detention Of Refugees In Guant Namo Bay

Author : Azadeh Dastyari
ISBN : 9781316352441
Genre : Political Science
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This book provides a thorough legal analysis of the United States Migrant Interdiction Program, examining the United States' compliance with its obligations under municipal and international law as it interdicts individuals at sea, conducts status determinations, and returns those interdicted to their home countries. This book also examines the rights of the small number of refugees and individuals at risk of torture detained in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, awaiting resettlement in third countries. Policy-makers, students and scholars will benefit from this book's clarification of the legal obligations of nations engaged in extraterritorial status determination and detention, as well as its blueprint for compliance with international human rights and refugee law. As the first book of its kind devoted to the United States' interdiction program, this work represents an important contribution to scholarship in refugee law and policy, US constitutional law, international maritime law, and international human rights law.

Refuge Lost

Author : Daniel Ghezelbash
ISBN : 9781108425254
Genre : Law
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As more restrictive asylum policies are adopted around the world, Ghezelbash explores the implications for the international refugee protection regime.

States The Law And Access To Refugee Protection

Author : Maria O'Sullivan
ISBN : 9781509901302
Genre : Law
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This timely volume seeks to examine two of the most pertinent current challenges faced by asylum seekers in gaining access to international refugee protection: first, the obstacles to physical access to territory and, second, the barriers to accessing a quality asylum procedure – which the editors have termed 'access to justice'. To address these aims, the book brings together leading commentators from a range of backgrounds, including law, sociology and political science. It also includes contributions from NGO practitioners. This allows the collection to offer interdisciplinary analysis and to incorporate both theoretical and practical perspectives on questions of immense contemporary significance. While the examination offers a strong focus on European legal and policy developments, the book also addresses the issues in different regions (Europe, North America, the Middle East, Africa and Australia). Given the currency of the questions under debate, this book will be essential reading for all scholars in the field of asylum law.

U S Immigration Policy On Haitian Migrants

Author : Ruth Ellen Wasem
ISBN : 9781437932843
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The devastation caused by the 1/12/10 earthquake in Haiti has led DHS to grant Temp. Protected Status to Haitians in the U.S. Contents of this report: (1) Immigration Trends: Migration by Sea; Haitians Currently Living in the U.S.; (2) Policy Evolution; Post-Mariel Policy; Interdiction Agree.; Crisis After the Coup; Pre-Screening and Repatriation; Safe Haven and Refugee Processing; Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act; Removal; Procedural Practices and Controversies; (3) Temporary Protected Status; (4) Fed. Assist. to Haitian Migrants; Cuban-Haitian Entrants; Refugee Resettle. Assist.; (5) Issues in Congress: Haitian Families with Approved Petitions; Adoption of Haitian Orphans; Possible Mass Migration. Illus. A print on demand pub.

A Companion To Border Studies

Author : Thomas M. Wilson
ISBN : 9781118255254
Genre : Social Science
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A Companion to Border Studies introduces an exciting and expanding field of interdisciplinary research, through the writing of an international array of scholars, from diverse perspectives that include anthropology, development studies, geography, history, political science and sociology. Explores how nations and cultural identities are being transformed by their dynamic, shifting borders where mobility is sometimes facilitated, other times impeded or prevented Offers an array of international views which together form an authoritative guide for students, instructors and researchers Reflects recent significant growth in the importance of understanding the distinctive characteristics of borders and frontiers, including cross-border cooperation, security and controls, migration and population displacements, hybridity, and transnationalism

A Right To Flee

Author : Phil Orchard
ISBN : 9781107076259
Genre : History
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"This book began over a decade ago, in 2001, when I began working on the issue of internal displacement at the United Nations. I was surprised at the time by International Relations scholars' neglect of internally displaced persons (IDP) as an international issue. As I began my PhD, I realized that deeper questions existed around the basic state practices that underpin policies towards both IDPs and refugees"--

The Encyclopedia Of The Spanish American And Philippine American Wars

Author : Spencer Tucker
ISBN : 1851099514
Genre : History
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A comprehensive overview of the wars that saw the United States emerge as a world power; one that had immense implications for America, especially in Latin America and Asia.

Future Seekers Ii

Author : Mary Crock
ISBN : 1862876029
Genre : Law
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This book explores Australia's ambivalent legal and political response to "irregular" migration, including the unplanned arrival of people variously known as asylum seekers, "boat people", "illegals", "queue jumpers" and "economic migrants". Part 1 outlines how many people arrive, who they are, where they come from, and why they come. It also compares Australia's experience of irregular migration to that of other countries, in light of the vast global movements of people and increasingly exploitative practices such as people smuggling and people trafficking.The core of the book addresses the complex system of refugee law and policy in Australia. It explains the legal definition of who is a "refugee" and the administrative and judicial procedures for applying this definition to determine refugee status. It traces the changes to law and policy since 2001 following the infamous Tampa affair, the introduction of the "Pacific Strategy", and the extension to West Papuans in 2006 of the policy of interdicting, deflecting, and processing asylum seekers offshore on Nauru and Christmas Island.The final part of this book examines equally controversial laws and policies requiring the mandatory detention of unlawful non-citizens, including the key High Court decisions which confirmed the parliament's power to detain a person indefinitely - and in breach of international human rights law. The living conditions in the detention centres and how Australia's laws compare with other countries are also discussed.Future Seekers II builds on a shorter book by two of the authors in 2002. This book responds to the many changes to refugee and migration law between 2002 and 2006 and its deeper coverage of the issues reflects the growing sophistication of public understanding of - and concern about - refugee issues in Australia.

The Human Rights Of Non Citizens

Author : David S. Weissbrodt
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131735636
Genre : Law
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Non-citizens include asylum seekers, rejected asylum seekers, immigrants, non-immigrants, migrant workers, refugees, stateless persons, and trafficked persons. This book argues that regardless of their citizenship status, non-citizens should, by virtue of their essential humanity, enjoy all human rights unless exceptional distinctions serve a legitimate State objective and are proportional to the achievement of that objective. Non-citizens should have freedom from arbitrary arrest, arbitrary killing, child labor, forced labor, inhuman treatment, invasions of privacy, refoulement, slavery, unfair trial, and violations of humanitarian law. Additionally, non-citizens should have the right to consular protection; equality; freedom of religion and belief; labor rights (for example, as to collective bargaining, workers' compensation, healthy and safe working conditions, etc.); the right to marry; peaceful association and assembly; protection as minors; social, cultural, and economic rights. There is a large gap, however, between the rights that international human rights law guarantee to non-citizens and the realities they face. In many countries, non-citizens are confronted with institutional and endemic discrimination and suffering. The situation has worsened since September 11, 2001, as several governments have detained or otherwise violated the rights of non-citizens in response to fears of terrorism. This book attempts to understand and respond to the challenges of international human rights law guarantees for non-citizens human rights.

World Refugee Survey

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105122753424
Genre : Refugees
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