OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law

ISBN : 9780198848639

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著者: 
Cathryn Costello; Michelle Foster; Jane McAdam
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171 x 246 mm
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2021年03月
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  • Provides state-of-the-art, comprehensive analysis of the field of international refugee law
  • Global in scope, with 10 chapters focussing in detail on specific regions, including Africa, Latin America, Asia, and the Middle East
  • Examines a wide range of legal instruments relevant to refugee protection, including from international human rights law, international humanitarian law, international migration law, the law of the sea, and international and transnational criminal law
  • Critiques the status quo and sets the agenda for future academic research

  
The Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law is a comprehensive, critical work, which analyses the state of research across the refugee law regime as a whole. Drawing together leading and emerging scholars, the Handbook provides both doctrinal and theoretical analyses of international refugee law and practice. It critiques existing law from a variety of normative positions, with several chapters identifying foundational flaws that open up space for radical rethinking. Many authors work directly in the field, and their contributions demonstrate how scholarship and practice can mutually inform each other.
   
Contributions assess a wide range of international legal instruments relevant to refugee protection, including from international human rights law, international humanitarian law, international migration law, the law of the sea, and international and transnational criminal law. Geographically, contributors examine regional and domestic laws and practices from around the world, with 10 chapters focused on specific regions. This Handbook provides an account, as well as a critique, of the status quo, and in so doing it sets the agenda for future academic research in international refugee law.

目次: 

Part I. International Refugee Law: Reflections on the Scholarly Field
1:International Refugee Law in the Early Years, Guy S Goodwin-Gill
2:Race, Refugees, and International Law, E Tendayi Achiume
3:A Feminist Appraisal of International Refugee Law, Adrienne Anderson and Michelle Foster
4:Queering International Refugee Law, Nuno Ferreira and Carmelo Danisi
5:The Politics of International Refugee Law, Rebecca Hamlin
6:The Ethics of International Refugee Protection, Seyla Benhabib and Nishin Nathwani
7:Refugees as Migrants, François Crépeau and Idil Atak
8:The Intersection of International Refugee Law and International Statelessness Law, Laura van Waas
  

Part II. Sources
9:The Architecture of the UN Refugee Convention and Protocol, James C Hathaway
10:The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, James Milner and Jay Ramasubramanyam
11:Moving Towards an Integrated Approach of Refugee Law and Human Rights Law, Vincent Chetail
12:International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Protection, Reuven Ziegler
13:Customary Refugee Law, Hélène Lambert
14:National Constitutions and Refugee Protection, Eve Lester
 
Part III. Regional Regimes

15:Regional Refugee Regimes: Africa, Marina Sharpe
16:Regional Refugee Regimes: North America, Deborah Anker
17:Regional Refugee Regimes: Latin America, Jose H Fischel de Andrade
18:Regional Refugee Regimes: Middle East, Maja Janmyr and Dallal Stevens
19:Regional Refugee Regime: Europe, Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi
20:Regional Refugee Regimes: Central Asia, Khalida Azhigulova
21:Regional Refugee Regimes: East Asia, Osamu Arakaki and Lili Song
22:Regional Refugee Regimes: South Asia, Jay Ramasubramanyam
23:Regional Refugee Regimes: Southeast Asia, Vitit Muntarbhorn
24:Refugee Regimes: Oceania, Michelle Foster and Anna Hood
  
Part IV. Access to Protection and International Responsibility-Sharing

25:Sharing of Responsibilities for the International Protection of Refugees, Madeline Garlick
26:Protection at Sea and the Denial of Asylum, Violeta Moreno-Lax
27:Extraterritorial Migration Control and Deterrence, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen and Nikolas Feith Tan
28:The Evolution of Safe Third Country Law and Practice, Feline Freier, Eleni Karageorgiou, and Kate Ogg
29:Human Smuggling and Refugees, Andreas Schloenhardt
30:Human Trafficking and Refugees, Catherine Briddick and Vladislava Stoyanova
31:Refugee Status Determination, Bruce Burson
32:Asylum Procedures, Álvaro Botero and Jens Vedsted-Hansen
33:Credibility, Reliability, and Evidential Assessment, Gregor Noll
  
Part IV. The Scope of Refugee Protection

34:The International and Regional Refugee Definitions Compared, Tamara Wood
35:UNRWA and Palestine Refugees, Susan M Akram
36:Complementary Protection, Jane McAdam
37:Temporary Protection and Temporary Refuge, Jean-François Durieux
38:The Internal Protection Alternative, Bríd Ní Ghráinne
39:Exclusion, Geoff Gilbert and Anna Magdalena Bentajou
40:Women in Refugee Jurisprudence, Catherine Dauvergne
41:Child Refugees, Jason Pobjoy
42:Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Refugee Claims, Jenni Millbank
43:Protecting Refugees with Disabilities, Mary Crock
44:Stateless Refugees, Hélène Lambert
45:Conflict Refugees, Cornelis (Kees) Wouters
46:Displacement in the context of Climate Change and Disasters, Jane McAdam
47:Internal Displacement, Walter Kälin
  
Part V. Refugee Rights and Realities

48:The Right to Asylum, Maria-Teresa Gil-Bazo and Elspeth Guild
49:National Constitutions and the Right to Asylum, Steve Meili
50:Non-refoulement, Penelope Mathew
51:Non-penalization and non-criminalization, Cathryn Costello and Yulia Ioffe
52:The Right to Liberty, Eve Lester
53:The Right to Work, Colm O'Cinneide and Cathryn Costello
54:The Right to Education, Sarah Dryden-Peterson and Hania Mariën
55:The Right to Family Reunification, Frances Nicholson
56:The Digital Transformation of Refugee Governance, Kristin Sandvik
  
Part VI. The End of Refugeehood - Cessation and Durable Solutions

57:Cessation, Georgia Cole
58:Refugee Naturalization and Integration, Fatima Khan and Reuven Ziegler
59:Reimagining Voluntary Repatriation, Marjoleine Zieck
60:Resettlement, Susan Kneebone and Audrey Macklin
61:Onward Migration, Katy Long
  
Part VII. Accountability for Displacement and Refugee Rights Violations

62:Restitution and Other Remedies for Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons, Megan Bradley
63:The Responsibility of Armed Groups concerning Displacement, Ben Saul
64:The Accountability of International Organizations in Refugee and Migration Law, Jan Klabbers
65:Border Crimes as Crimes against Humanity, Itamar Mann

著者について: 

Cathryn Costello is Andrew W Mellon Professor of Refugee and Migration Law at the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford (2013-present); Professor of Fundamental Rights and Co-Director of the Centre for Fundamental Rights at the Hertie School of Governance, Berlin (2020-present); and Professor II at the University of Oslo (2018-present). She has published widely on international refugee and migration law, focusing in particular on intersections with human and labour rights. Her research has been supported by a number of prestigious grants, including an individual European Research Council grant (RefMig 2017-2022).
  
Michelle Foster is a Professor and the inaugural Director of the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness at Melbourne Law School. Michelle has published widely in international refugee law, human rights and statelessness, including International Refugee Law and Socio-Economic Rights: Refuge from Deprivation (CUP, 2007), with James C. Hathaway, The Law of Refugee Status, Second Edition, (CUP, 2014), and with Hélène Lambert, International Refugee Law and the Protection of Stateless Persons (OUP 2019). Michelle is an Advisory Board Member of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, and Editor in Chief (with Dr Laura van Waas) of the Statelessness and Citizenship Review.
  
Jane McAdam is Scientia Professor of Law and Director of the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law at UNSW Sydney. She is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law. She publishes widely in international refugee law and forced migration, with a particular focus on climate change, disasters and displacement. McAdam is Editor-in-Chief of the leading International Journal of Refugee Law. In 2017, she was awarded the Calouste Gulbenkian Prize for Human Rights, becoming the first Australian recipient of the award.
  
  
Contributors:
E. Tendayi Achiume
Susan M. Akram
Adrienne Anderson
Deborah Anker
Osamu Arakaki
Idil Atak
Khalida Azhigulova
Seyla Benhabib
Anna Magdalena Bentajou
Álvaro Botero
Megan Bradley
Catherine Briddick
Bruce Burson
Vincent Chetail
Georgia Cole
Cathryn Costello
François Crépeau
Mary Crock
Carmelo Danisi
Catherine Dauvergne
Sarah Dryden-Peterson
Jean-François Durieux
Nuno Ferreira
Jose H. Fischel de Andrade
Michelle Foster
Feline Freier
Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen
Madeline Garlick
Maria-Teresa Gil-Bazo
Geoff Gilbert
Guy S. Goodwin-Gill
Elspeth Guild
Rebecca Hamlin
James C. Hathaway
Anna Hood
Yulia Ioffe
Maja Janmyr
Walter Kälin
Eleni Karageorgiou
Fatima Khan
Jan Klabbers
Susan Kneebone
Hélène Lambert
Eve Lester
Katy Long
Audrey Macklin
Itamar Mann
Hania Mariën
Penelope Mathew
Jane McAdam
Stephen Meili
Jenni Millbank
James Milner
Violeta Moreno-Lax
Vitit Muntarbhorn
Nishin Nathwani
Bríd Ní Ghráinne
Frances Nicholson
Gregor Noll
Colm O'Cinneide
Kate Ogg
Jason Pobjoy
Jay Ramasubramanyam
Kristin Sandvik
Ben Saul
Andreas Schloenhardt
Marina Sharpe
Lili Song
Dallal Stevens
Vladislava Stoyanova
Nikolas Feith Tan
Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi
Laura Van Waas
Jens Vedsted-Hansen
Tamara Wood
Cornelis Wouters
Marjoleine Zieck
Reuven Ziegler

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