Edited by Satvinder Singh Juss
In an age of ethnic nationalism and anti-immigrant rhetoric, the study of refugees can help develop a new outlook on social justice, just as the post-war international order ends. The global financial crisis, the rise of populist leaders like Trump, Putin, and Erdogan, not to mention the arrival of anti-EU parties, raises the need to interrogate the refugee, migrant, citizen, stateless, legal, and illegal as concepts. This insightful Research Handbook is a timely contribution to that debate.
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- Research Handbook on International Refugee Law
- Chapter 1: At the crossroads: The 1951 Geneva Convention today
- Chapter 2: The 1969 OAU Convention Governing the Specific Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa
- Chapter 3: Internally displaced persons and international refugee law
- Chapter 4: In-country programs: the procedure and politics of an additional pathway to protection
- Chapter 5: Temporary protection of forced migrants
- Chapter 6: Burden sharing in refugee law
- Chapter 7: The rise of consensual containment: from contactless control to contactless responsibility for migratory flows
- Chapter 8: Responsibility-sharing in Latin America
- Chapter 9: The internal protection alternative and its relation to refugee status
- Chapter 10: Gatekeepers of asylum: UK country guidance, indiscriminate violence and internal relocation
- Chapter 11: International models of deterrence and the future of access to asylum
- Chapter 12: What is the future of non-refoulement in international refugee law?
- Chapter 13: Constructive refoulement
- Chapter 14: The prosecution of asylum seekers
- Chapter 15: Australia and the Refugee Convention
- Chapter 16: The rights to refugee family reunion
- Chapter 17: The art of drawing lines: future behaviour and refugee status
- Chapter 18: Some other(ed) refugees?: women seeking asylum under refugee and human rights law
- Chapter 19: The rights of women seeking asylum: procedural and evidential barriers to protection
- Chapter 20: Sexual orientation and refugee law: how do legal sanctions criminalizing homosexuality engage the definition of persecution?
- Chapter 21: Human trafficking and refugee law
- Chapter 22: Climate refugees and the 1951 Convention
- Chapter 23: New directions in article 1D jurisprudence: greater barriers for Palestinian refugees seeking the benefits of the Refugee Convention
- Chapter 24: The war on terror and refugee law
- Chapter 25: The exclusion clauses in refugee law
- Chapter 26: The removal of undesirable asylum seekers
- Chapter 27: Reviewing review: the standard of review in asylum decision-making
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