Law and Migration (The International Library of Studies on Migration Series No. 6)
By: Selina Goulbourne (editor)Hardback
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This volume draws on statutory and case law to expose the limitations of the law in protecting the individual caught in the complex web of national and regional constraints on migration. This includes an examination of the issue of forced migration caused by wars and natural disasters.
Part I International law and the protection of human rights. Part II International law and refugees. Part III Constiutionalism, due process and the courts. Part IV Race, gender and class issues in immigration and asylum law.
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