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Title Immigration detention, risk and human rights : studies on immigration and crime / Maria Joao Guia, Robert Koulish, Valsamis Mitsilegas, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, [2016]

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Subject Emigration and immigration -- Congresses.
Immigration enforcement -- Congresses.
Human rights -- Congresses.
Alt Name Guia, Maria João,
Koulish, Robert E. (Robert Edwin),
Mitsilegas, Valsamis, 1971-
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 293 pages)
Note International conference proceedings.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Sovereign Bias, Crimmigration, and Risk / Robert Koulish -- Sovereign Discomfort: Can Liberal Norms Lead to Increasing Immigration Detention? / Michael Flynn -- Immigration Detention, Risk and Human Rights in the Law of the European Union: Lessons from the Returns Directive / Valsamis Mitsilegas -- Immigration Detention and Non-Removability before the European Court of Human Rights / Marloes Anne Vrolijk -- Immigration Detention: An Instrument in the Fight against Illegal Immigration or a Tool for its Management? / Galina Cornelisse -- Trapped Between Administrative Detention, Imprisonment, and Freedom-in-limbo / Charles Gosme -- Immunity from Criminal Prosecution And Consular Assistance To The Foreign Detainee According The International Human Rights Law / Larissa Leite -- Understanding Immigration Detention in the UK and Europe / Elspeth Guild -- Women's Immigration Detention in Greece: Gender, Control, and Capacity / Mary Bosworth, Andriani Fili, and Sharon Pickering -- Changing Practices Regarding the Implementation of Entry Bans in Belgian Migration Policy Since 1980 / Steven De Ridder and Maartje van der Woude -- Crimmigration Policies and the Great Recession: Analysis of the Spanish Case / Jose Angel Brandariz Garcia -- Immigrants as Detainees: Some Reflections Based on Abyssal Thinking and Other Critical Approaches / Katia Cardoso -- Mandatory Immigration Detention for U.S. Crimes: The Noncitizen Presumption of Dangerousness / Mark Noferi -- Let Us In: An Argument for the Right to Visitation in U.S. Immigration Detention / Christina M. Fialho -- Who Wants to Go to Arizona? A Brief Survey of Criminalization of Immigration Law in the U.S. Context / Gabriel Haddad Teixeira.
Summary "This book offers a brand new point of view on immigration detention, pursuing a multidisciplinary approach and presenting new reflections by internationally respected experts from academic and institutional backgrounds. It offers an in-depth perspective on the immigration framework, together with the evolution of European and international political decisions on the management of immigration. Readers will be introduced to new international decisions on the protection of human rights, together with international measures concerning the detention of immigrants. In recent years, International Law and European Law have converged to develop measures for combatting irregular immigration. Some of them include the criminalization of illegally entering a member state or illegally remaining there after legally entering. Though migration has become a great challenge for policymakers, legislators and society as a whole, we must never forget that migrants should enjoy the same human rights and legal protection as everyone else"--Provided by publisher.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783319246901 (electronic book)
3319246909 (electronic book)
9783319246888 (hardcover)
3319246887 (hardcover)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-24690-1
OCLC # 941134112
Additional Format Print version: Immigration detention, risk and human rights. Cham : Springer, [2016] 9783319246888 (OCoLC)944432552

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