International migration and global justice by Satvinder Juss
By Satvinder Juss
This publication examines how migration is a part of the globalization method and the way it has to be understood within the pursuits of overseas peace and protection. It discusses parts akin to the precise of loose circulation, facing compelled displacement of refugees and the morality of facing refuguees within the context of foreign legislation. hide; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Foreword; decide on checklist of instances; 1 Rediscovering foreign Morality; 2 spotting unfastened move; three universal application and Justice; four The Failed States Phenomenon; five Tackling pressured Displacement; 6 Conceptualizing Refugees; 7 the load of Burden-Sharing; eight Migration and worldwide improvement; decide on Bibliography; Index
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Yet, both are migrants and the distinction between voluntary and involuntary migrants is not observed in the European Community where the Treaty on European Union adopts in a single framework, matters of foreign policy, national security, justice, immigration and home affairs55 (and has been criticized as such by bodies such as ECRE and Amnesty International). 57 Certainly the express recognition in international law of refugees as persons with minimum rights and protections, who by virtue of the distinctive concepts of asylum and non-refoulement, are different from other aliens who seek entry, is not without legal basis.
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