In Search of Best Practice
Edited by Mary Crock and Lenni B. Benson
Chapter 21: The rise and rise of mandatory immigration detention
This chapter explores the phenomenon of legal transfers in the area of immigration detention and their impact on child migrants. It uses as a case study the apparent borrowing of these regressive immigration control measures between the United States and Australia. It also examines the subsequent spread of progressive case management alternatives to detention (ATD) models.
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