Immigration and asylum law and policy in Europe ; 42. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328037.
Migration on the Move examines the dynamics of migration and asylum law over the past two decades and highlights profound changes that have taken place in these fields as a result of growing EU competences to deal with migration and asylum questions. The book maps the transformation of the migration field by focusing on three interrelated issues: the effects of Europeanization and the shifting power relations that it implies; placing Europe's laws and policies in a global migration context, and critically examining to whom 'project' Europe belongs. The contributors offer a multidisciplinary analysis of key aspects of the migration and refugee crisis and their implications for policies, principles of law, and the treatment of people in Europe today.
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Migration on the Move: An Introduction / Carolus Grütters , Sandra Mantu and Paul Minderhoud Changing Focus Changing Paradigms in Migration Law Research / Thomas Spijkerboer Sexuality, Race and Masculinity in Europe's Refugee Crisis / Betty de Hart Free Movement of Workers: Some Reflections / Paul Minderhoud Two Decades eu Migration Law for Third Country Nationals / Tineke Strik Europe in the World Current Protection Dilemmas in the European Union / Jens Vedsted-Hansen Governing Migration in an Age of Globalization / James Hollifield and Rahfin Faruk Hotspots, Cold Fact. Managing Migration by Selecting Migrants / Marie-Laure Basilien-Gainche Turkey's Role in eu Migration Law and Policy: Turkeys Voting for Christmas / Margarite Helena Zoeteweij and Ozan Turhan People's Europe eu Inclusion and Exclusion: From Workers to Citizens to People / Elspeth Guild Alternative Views on eu Citizenship / Sandra Mantu Access to Justice for Asylum Seekers: Is the Right to Seek and Enjoy Asylum Only Black Letter Law? / Ashley Terlouw Navigating Migration Policies in Europe: Insights from the Field / Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot Brexit: Free Movement of Union Citizens and the Rights of Third-Country Nationals under Threat? / Kees Groenendijk.
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Print version: Migration on the move Leiden ; Boston : Brill/Nijhoff, 2017