From Compromise to Principle: Clarifying the Concept of State Jurisdiction in Human Rights Treaties

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Type
Journal Article

Author
Marko Milanović

URL
http://ift.tt/2qc3v8y

Volume
8

Issue
3

Pages
411-448

Publication
Human Rights Law Review

ISSN
1461-7781

Date
2008/01/01

Journal Abbr
Human Rights Law Review

DOI
10.1093/hrlr/ngn021

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2017-05-23 11:02:47

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academic-oup-com.ezproxy.lib.monash.edu.au

Short Title
From Compromise to Principle

Scope of the principle of “non-refoulement” in contemporary border management: evolving areas of law

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Type
Report

Author
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

Place
Luxembourg

Date
2016

Institution
Publications Offices of the European Union

Library Catalog
Gemeinsamer Bibliotheksverbund ISBN

Language
eng

Short Title
Scope of the principle of “non-refoulement” in contemporary border management

Non-Refoulement on the Basis of Socio-Economic Deprivation: The Scope of Complementary Protection in International Human Rights Law Human Rights at the Frontier: An International Human Rights Law Perspective on New Zealand’s Immigration Legislation

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Type
Journal Article

Author
Michelle Foster

Volume
2009

Pages
257-310

Publication
New Zealand Law Review

Date
2009

Journal Abbr
N.Z. L. Rev.

Library Catalog
HeinOnline

Language
eng

Short Title
Non-Refoulement on the Basis of Socio-Economic Deprivation

The politics of international migration management

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Type
Book

Editor
Martin Geiger

Editor
Antoine Pécoud

Series
Migration, minorities, and citizenship

Place
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York

Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN
978-0-230-27258-3 978-1-137-03023-8

Date
2010

Call Number
JV6271 .P67 2010

Extra
OCLC: ocn693553827

Library Catalog
Library of Congress ISBN

Abstract
International migration management’ is a new concept for understanding and rethinking migration flows. Throughout the world, governments and intergovernmental organizations, such as the International Organization for Migration, are developing new approaches aimed at renewing migration policy-making. This includes calls for cooperation between governments to govern migration flows; an understanding that migration is a normal process in a globalizing world rather than a problem; a ‘post-control’ spirit that goes beyond the restrictions on peoples’ mobility to draft proactive policies; and a promotion of holistic approaches to migration, not only centred on security or labour, but also on development and human rights. — Back cover

# of Pages
305

Human Rights, the Right to Have Rights, and Life Beyond the Pale of the Law

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Type
Journal Article

Author
Emma Larking

URL
http://ift.tt/2qqJ8XK

Volume
18

Issue
1

Pages
57

Publication
Australian Journal of Human Rights

Date
2012

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2017-05-13 08:32:18

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Abstract
In The Origins of Totalitarianism, Hannah Arendt is famously scathing of the societies established between World Wars I and II to advocate on behalf of refugees