Author: Marie-Claire FobletsPublish On: 2021-07-30
This volume comprises national reports on migration and migration law from 17 countries representing all continents.
Author: Marie-Claire Foblets
This volume comprises national reports on migration and migration law from 17 countries representing all continents. The vast majority of these are countries of immigration, which means they face specific challenges in terms of managing migratory flows that are increasingly linked with climate change and scarce natural resources worldwide, and they need to find viable ways to integrate humanitarian migration. Unlike so many recent publications in the field of international migration law, this book brings together reports on diverse countries that are rarely regarded as part of one and the same picture, depicting globalized migration in the contemporary era that to a large extent challenges state sovereignty. The contributions delineate the legal regimes that individual states are continually developing and modifying with a view to managing and controlling access of individual persons to their respective territories. They also show how the restrictive measures that states resort to in the event of failure to manage migration could have a lasting legal impact. The General Report preceding the country reports provides a comparative overview of the national reports, and is divided into two parts. The first, more technical in nature, addresses the classic questions relating to admission to and residence in a country. The second, more reflective section, examines the relationship between laws and migration in a wider and multidisciplinary perspective. To allow a robust comparison, the country reports all follow a similarly wide-ranging structure; to the extent possible, they also cover the historical, sociological and demographic factors that help explain legal regimes and migratory flows in each country. Each country report includes analyses of recent legislative developments and delicate questions that are still awaiting adequate (legal) responses as well as perspectives for the future.
Migration. in. a. Changing. World: General. Report. Jean-Yves Carlier and Marie-Claire Foblets Abstract This General Report draws from twenty-six national reports. Structured in two parts, it investigates the status of the migration law ...
ing through its territory and received funding from the EU to implement the law. ... They have done so while leaving intact the continent's laws on migration, which could have been changed only at the cost of a high-risk political act, ...
Author: Fargion, Valeria
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Category: Political Science
This timely book explores the current state of EU-Africa relations from a multidisciplinary perspective, placing emphasis on recent developments in five areas that are crucial for EU-Africa relations: development cooperation, trade, migration, security and democratization. It considers how Africa’s dependence on the EU has decreased due to the declining importance of development cooperation, and increasing cooperation with emerging powers, notably the BRIC nations.
Sometimes wildlife issues never get decided in a court of law . The migration of the monarch butterfly ( Danaus plexippus ) is one of nature's most spectacular events . According to Brower ( 1995 ) , the monarch's overwintering colonies ...
Publisher: CRC Press
Students of conservation encounter some of the most complex issues on our planet. The resolution of existing problems become more complex when humans create further stresses on the natural balance. Moulton and Sanderson brought the challenging issues in wildlife conservation into greater clarity in Wildlife Issues in a Changing World. The Second Edition of this definitive reference focuses more closely on the causes of wildlife issues. The examination of Jared Diamond's "Evil Quartet" (the four principal causes of extinction) provides a framework for categorizing and resolving these issues. The authors encourage the use of the scientific method basis for resolution - especially where environmental laws have failed. The three new chapters provide further counterpoints to preconceived notions. A two-part history of wildlife in the U.S. shows how wildlife had already been decimated by the year 1900. "Can Humans Manage Wildlife?" questions efforts to revive endangered species, acts which may inadvertently jeopardize the survival of other life. Viewing the natural order from prehistoric times to the present, Wildlife Issues in a Changing World, Second Edition gives students and instructors an all-encompassing introduction to past relations between humans and nature; explorations of current threats to species and their habitats; and recent "novel solutions," where humanity and industry have made adjustments to protect the natural order. Professionals will also find invaluable reminders of the importance of their work - the continuation and endurance of wildlife everywhere on Earth.
BRICS Law Journal. 2017;4(2):40-70  Alfaro-Velcamp T. “Don't send your sick here to be treated, our own people need it more”: Immigrants' access to healthcare in South Africa. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social ...
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Leadership in a Changing World - A Multidimensional Perspective investigates the multi-dimensional aspect of leadership by exploring different perspectives and practices as well as existing theories of effective leadership in a changing world. Chapters address such topics as the connection between leadership, innovation, and creativity, venture leadership, e-leadership, digital leadership, and more. Beyond understanding the nature of effective leadership, this book examines the nature of leadership focusing on what we know and how we know it.
They relate primarily to the role of climate change as a proximate 'cause' of displacement, and the degree to which ... with migration patterns generally, which indicate that while there are around 200 million international migrants, ...
Author: Jane McAdam
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This is a key study into whether 'climate change refugees' are protected by international law. It examines the reasons why people do or do not move; how far climate change is a trigger for movement; and whether traditional international responses, such as creating new treaties and new institutions, are appropriate solutions in this context.
Author: Great Britain: Foreign and Commonwealth OfficePublish On: 2006-03-28
The UK's International Priorities Great Britain: Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Visa applications for entry to the UK Note : Figures for ... The UK benefits from and welcomes legal migrants . Attracting the migrants we need will be an ...
Author: Great Britain: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Category: Political Science
In 2003 the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) published its first white paper on the UK's international priorities, and has reviewed that paper every two years to ensure it remained relevant. This paper updates the analysis and establishes a new range of strategic priorities. Chapter 1 considers the trends driving global change over the next decade and how they will affect the UK: economics; demography and migration; resource pressures; climate change; religion and identity; poverty and governance; security and conflict; science and innovation. The next chapter looks at the UK's role in the international system and the key partnerships. This covers the United Nations, multilateral economic institutions such as the World Bank, the G8 and OECD, the Commonwealth and the European Union (EU), and relationships with the United States, China, India, Japan and Russia, and countries with important regional roles such as Brazil, South Africa and Indonesia. Chapter 3 outlines the nine strategic international priorities identified: (1) making the world safer from global terrorism and weapons of mass destruction; (2) reducing the harm from international crime, including drug and people trafficking, and money laundering; (3) preventing and resolving conflict through a strong international system; (4) building an effective and globally competitive EU; (5) supporting the UK economy through the global economy, science and innovation, and secure energy supplies; (6) promoting sustainable development and poverty reduction, underpinned by human rights, democracy, good governance and protection of the environment; (7) managing migration and combating illegal immigration; (8) delivering high-quality support for British nationals abroad; (9) ensuring the security and good governance of the UK's overseas territories. Chapter 4 sets out the role of the FCO in pursuing these priorities, and an annex gives specific aims for each strategic priority.
U.S. tax law determines residency based either on 183 days' physical presence per calendar year, or a cumulative 183 days over three years calculated on a weighted scale.42 Irregular Migration Canada's legal structure governing ...
Author: Geoffrey Hale
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
This volume addresses the governance and evolution of Canada's international policies, and the challenges facing Canada's international policy relations on multiple fronts.
Assistant Professor, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Department of Private Law; ... The Non-Binding Multilateral Framework on Migration (2006) and Prospects for Using International Labour Regulation to Force Global ...
Author: Alysia Blackham
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This collection brings together perspectives from industrial relations, political economy, political theory, labour history, sociology, gender studies and regulatory theory to build a more inclusive theory of labour law. That is, a theory of labour law that is more inclusive of non-traditional workers (including those in atypical work, or from non-traditional backgrounds); more inclusive of a variety of collective approaches to work regulation that foster solidarity between workers; and more inclusive of interdisciplinary and complex explanations of labour law and its regulatory spaces. The individual chapters speak to this theme of inclusivity in different ways and offer different suggestions for how it might be achieved. They break down the barriers between legal research and other fields, to promote fruitful and integrative conversations across disciplines. In the spirit of inclusivity and intergenerational dialogue, the book blends contributions from early career and emerging scholars with those from leading scholars in the field, featuring critical commentary from senior labour law figures alongside theoretically and empirically informed work.
Author: International Legal Center. Committee on Legal Education in the Developing CountriesPublish On: 1975
The result may be stagnation and the continuous migration of people to the towns and cities -- a phenomenon which creates other problems . Economists , agriculturalists and other experts have often neglected law and the legal system as ...
Author: International Legal Center. Committee on Legal Education in the Developing Countries