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Title Family reunification : international, European and national perspectives / Réka Friedery, Luigino Manca, Ralf Roßkopf (eds.).
Imprint Berlin : BWV Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, 2018.

Subject Emigration and immigration law -- Europe.
Freedom of movement -- Europe.
Family reunification -- Law and legislation -- Europe.
Alt Name Rosskopf, Ralf,
Friedery, Réka, 1976-
Manca, Luigino,
Description 1 online resource
Contents Family reunification in the United Nations human rights law / Luigino Manca -- Family reunification in the framework of the Council of Europe and in the practice of the ECtHR / Réka Friedery -- The right to family reunification in European Union law and the CJEU jurisprudence / Réka Friedery, Fabio Marcelli -- Family reunification with regard to beneficiaries of asylum and subsidiary protection in Austria / Iris Gachowetz -- Right to family reunification in Germany / Anne Bick -- Legal framework and practice of family reunification in Hungary / Réka Friedery, Zsófia Bende -- Family reunification and the Italian case / Andrea Crescenzi -- Conclusions for family reunification from a comparative perspective / Ralf Roßkopf.
Summary Family reunification is one of the fundamental elements of international and national policies concerning the protection of immigrants' and refugees' rights. Traditionally considered a way of legally gaining access to states, it continues to be one of the main driving causes for migration, also within Europe. Collecting interdisciplinary researches, the authors of this study provide an in-depth analysis of the current legal framework relating to family reunification. The first section is dedicated to a critical analysis of international legal standards concerning family reunification. In this context, the investigation was conducted through a multi-level approach, mainly taking into account the law and the practice of the United Nations Organization, the Council of Europe and the European Union. The second section focuses on national legislations, policies and practices of the EU Member States (Austria, Germany, Hungary and Italy) that are at the center of attention because of their involvement in migration.
ISBN 3830540361 (electronic bk.)
9783830540366 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1039457479
Additional Format Print version: Family reunification. Berlin : BWV, Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, [2018] 9783830538233 (DLC) 2018440216 (OCoLC)1045627143

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