When humans become migrants : study of the European Court of Human Rights with an Inter-American counterpoint / Marie-Bénédicte Dembour.
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2015.
xxxvi, 540 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction The alien in the social imagination of the founding texts Rejecting the legacy of empire : postcolonial dereliction (East African Asians case) Dislocating families : the Strasbourg reversal (Abdulaziz, Cabales and Balkandali) Not-so-threatening foreigners : nationality as a core human rights issue (Advisory Opinion 4/84) Shattering lives : the normalisation of deportation (after Berrehab) The sleeping beauty awakens late : an absolute prohibition with many buts (around Soering) Social protection? All are equal, but some more so than others (after Gaygusuz) The voice of the Inter-American Court : equality as jus cogens (Advisory Opinions 16/99 and 18/03) Reparations are a big issue : taking human rights one step further (Yean and Bosico) Migrants, not criminals : the continual elaboration of strong human rights norms in the Inter-American system (Vélez Loor) Domestic asylum procedures aside : scrutinising Strasbourg's 'scrutiny' (M.S.S.) The darkest case law : condoning rightlessness (Bonger et alia) On the road to substantive equality : due process and non-discrimination at San José (Nadege Dorzema and Pacheco Tineo) / Lourdes Peroni Conclusion : The way forward.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
KJC5119 .D46 2015
9780199667833 0199667837 9780199667840 (paperback) 0199667845 (paperback)