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1. Hallim pŏphak = Forum [ - 2019]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 25 cm
Book
xxxvii, 553 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • M. Cherif Bassiouni / Human rights and international criminal justice in the twenty first century : the end of the post-WWII phase and the beginning of an uncertain new era
  • Thomas A. Cromwell and Bruno Gélinas-Faucher, William Schabas / The Canadian Charter of rights and freedoms, and international human rights law
  • Emmanuel Decaux / The International Convention on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, as a victim-oriented treaty
  • Kathleen Cavanaugh and Joshua Castellino / The politics of sectarianism and its reflection in questions of international law & state formation in The Middle East
  • Sandra L. Babcock / International law and the death penalty : a toothless tiger, or a meaningful force for change?
  • Marc Bossuyt / The UN optional protocol on the abolition of the death penalty
  • Christof Heyns and Thomas Probert and Tess Borden / The right to life and the progressive abolition of the death penalty
  • Zhao Bingzhi / Progress and trend of the reform of the death penalty in China
  • Margaret M. DeGuzman / Criminal law philosophy in international criminal law scholarship
  • Frédéric Mégret / Is the ICC focusing too much on non-state actors?
  • Shane Darcy / The principle of legality at the crossroads of human rights and international criminal law
  • Alain Pellet / Revisiting the sources of applicable law before the ICC
  • Mireille Delmas-Marty / The ICC as a work in progress, for a world in process
  • Carsten Stahn / Legacy in international criminal justice
  • Andrew Clapham and Paola Gaeta / Torture by private actors and 'gold plating' the offence in national law : an exchange of emails in honour of William Schabas
  • Hirad Abtahi and Philippa Webb / Secrets and surprises in the Travaux préparatoires of the genocide convention
  • Jérémie Gilbert / Perspectives on cultural genocide : from criminal law to cultural diversity
  • Beth Van Schaack / Crimes against humanity : repairing Title 18's blind spots
  • Leila Nadya Sadat / A new global treaty on crimes against humanity : future prospects
  • Mark A. Drumbl / Justice outside of criminal courtrooms and jailhouses
  • Charles Chernor Jalloh / Toward greater synergy between courts and truth commissions in post-conflict contexts : lessons from Sierra Leone
  • Geoffrey Nice and Nevenka Tromp / Criminal trial as a tool to control historical narrative
  • Mary Ellen O'Connell / The arc toward justice and peace
  • Adama Dieng / The maintenance of international peace and security through prevention of atrocity crimes : the question of co-operation between the UN and regional arrangements
  • Emma Sandon / Law and film : curating rights cinema
  • Wayne Jordash / The role of advocates in developing international law
  • Diane Marie Amann / Bill the blogger.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xiii, 180 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: 'A manufacturer making the tools he was to work with'
  • 'Orders indispensably necessary'
  • 'This John Milton deserves hanging'
  • 'The eternal rules of justice and reason ought to be a law'
  • 'I have begun a sketch'
  • 'The average price of peace and war'
  • 'The tactics of political assemblies form the science'
  • 'This beautiful political order.'
Upon declaring independence from Britain in July 1776, the United States Congress urgently needed to establish its credentials as a legitimate government that could credibly challenge the claims of the British Crown. In large measure this legitimacy rested upon setting in place the procedural and legal structures upon which all claims of governmental authority rest. In this book, Aschenbrenner explores the ways in which the nascent United States rapidly built up a system of parliamentary procedure that borrowed heavily from the British government it sought to replace. In particular, he looks at how, over the course of twenty-five years, Thomas Jefferson drew upon the writings of the Chief Clerk of the British Parliament, John Hatsell, to frame and codify American parliamentary procedures. Published in 1801, Jefferson's Manual of Parliamentary Practice for the Use of the Senate of the United States presents rules, instances, citations and commentary as modern readers would expect them to appear, quoting Hatsell and other British authorities numerous times. If the two nations suffered any unpleasant relations in the First War for American Independence - Aschenbrenner concludes - one would be hard pressed to detect it from Jefferson's Manual. Indeed, direct comparison of the House of Commons and the Continental Congress shows remarkable similarities between the ambitions of the two institutions as they both struggled to adapt their political processes to meet the changing national and international circumstances of the late-eighteenth century.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472472656 20171218
Law Library (Crown)
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xx, 329 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • 1. Building Regulations and Urban Form: An Introduction [Terry R. Slater and Sandra M.G. Pinto] 2. Islamic Building Regulations: The Fourteenth-Century Tunis Book and its Counterparts [Mohd Dani Muhamad ] 3. Regulation of Private Building Activity in Medieval Lisbon [Sandra M.G. Pinto] 4. Policies and Regulations in the Forming of Late-Medieval Trogir (Croatia) [Ana Plosnic Skaric] 5. Streets and the Commune: Italy in the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance [David Friedman] 6. Building Regulations and Urban Development in Antwerp and Bruges, 1200-1700 [Heidi Deneweth] 7. Building Regulations and Urban Development in Late Medieval Elburg and Early Modern Amsterdam [Jaap Evert Abrahamse and Reinout Rutte] 8. Early Modern Building Regulation in England: Midland Towns, 1400-1800 [Terry R. Slater] 9. Beautifying the City and Improving the Streets with Building Permits: Lyons, 1580-1770 [Bernard Gauthiez and Olivier Zeller] 10. Risk, (In)Security, Regulation and Architecture in Nouvelle France [Andre Belanger and Anne Bordeleau] 11. The Politics of Health: Urban Regulation and Planning in the Spanish Colonies During the Eighteenth Century [Claudia Murray] 12. Regulating the Growth of Dublin, 1750-1850 [Rob Goodbody] 13. The Development of Ottoman Urban Regulations: Istanbul, 1700-1900 [Isil Cokugras and C. Irem Gencer] 14. Construction Regulations in Athens, 1833-1864: Creating a Metropolis [Dora Monioudi-Gavala] 15. Building Regulations in Livonian Towns and Their Impact on Local Urban Space 1697-1904 [Mart Siilivask].
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472485373 20171127
Towns are complicated places. It is therefore not surprising that from the beginnings of urban development, towns and town life have been regulated. Whether the basis of regulation was imposed or agreed, ultimately it was necessary to have a law-based system to ensure that disagreements could be arbitrated upon and rules obeyed. The literature on urban regulation is dispersed about a large number of academic specialisms. However, for the most part, the interest in urban regulation is peripheral to some other core study and, consequently, there are few texts which bring these detailed studies together. This book provides perspectives across the period between the high medieval and the end of the nineteenth century, and across a geographical breadth of European countries from Scandinavia to the southern fringes of the Mediterranean and from Turkey to Portugal. It also looks at the way in which urban regulation was transferred and adapted to the colonial empires of two of those nations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472485373 20171127
Green Library
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xxvii, 502 pages ; 26 cm
  • Preface / Herbert Hovenkamp
  • Introduction / Jorge L. Contreras
  • Standards and the global economy / Knut Blind and Brian Kahin
  • No standards for standards : understanding the ICT standards-development ecosystem / C. Bradford Biddle
  • How SSOs work : unpacking the mobile industry's 3GPP standards / Kirti Gupta
  • Unilateral conduct and standards / Daryl Lim
  • Concerted action in standard-settling / George S. Cary and Daniel P. Culley
  • European Union competition law, intellectual property law and standardization / Damien Geradin
  • Economics of patents and standardization : network effects, hold-up, hold-out, stacking / Timothy S. Simcoe and Allan L. Shampine
  • Collective rights organizations : a guide to benefits, costs and antitrust safeguards / Richard J. Gilbert
  • Origins of FRAND licensing commitments in the United States and Europe / Jorge L. Contreras
  • Form and variation in FRAND and other standards licensing commitments / Jorge L. Contreras
  • Enforcing FRAND and other SDO licensing commitments / Jorge L. Contreras
  • Non-discrimination and FRAND commitments / Jorge L. Contreras and Anne Layne-Farrar
  • Essentiality and standards-essential patents / Jorge L. Contreras
  • Transfers of standards essential patents / Marc "Sandy" Block
  • The disclosure of patents and licensing terms in standards development / Gil Ohana and C. Bradford Biddle
  • U.S. antitrust aspects of FRAUD disputes / Renata B. Hesse and Frances Marshall
  • EU competition law analysis of FRAND disputes / Nicolas Petit
  • FRAND (and industrial policy) in China / D. Daniel Sokol and Wentong Zheng
  • FRAND in Korea / Sang-Seung Yi and Yoonhee Kim
  • Standard essential patents in Japan / Yuko Kimijima
  • FRAND in India / J. Gregory Sidak
  • Alternative dispute resolution and FRAND disputes / Jorge L. Contreras and David L. Newman
  • Judicially determined FRAND royalties / Norman V. Siebrasse and Thomas F. Cotter
  • Injunctive relief and the FRAND commitment in the United States / J. Gregory Sidak
  • Injunctive relief in the EU : intellectual property and competition law at the remedies stage / Pierre Larouche and Nicolo Zingales
  • Standard essential patents at the United States International Trade Commisson / Elizabeth I. Winston
  • The anti-suit injunction : a transnational remedy for multi-jurisdictional SEP litigation / Jorge L. Contreras and Michael A. Eixenberger.
"Technical standards are ubiquitous in the modern networked economy. They allow products made and sold by different vendors to interoperate with little to no consumer effort and enable new market entrants to innovate on top of established technology platforms. This groundbreaking volume, edited by Jorge L. Contreras, assesses and analyzes the legal aspects of technical standards and standardization. Bringing together more than thirty leading international scholars, advocates, and policymakers, it focuses on two of the most contentious and critical areas pertaining to standards today in key jurisdictions around the world: antitrust/competition law and patent law. (A subsequent volume will focus on international trade, copyright, and administrative law.) This comprehensive, detailed examination sheds new light on the standards that shape the global technology marketplace and will serve as an indispensable tool for scholars, practitioners, judges, and policymakers everywhere"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
255 pages ; 24 cm
  • An introduction to charity law
  • The nature of charities, charitable entities, and not-for-profit organisations, and charitable institutions, and governance
  • Charitable purpose
  • Public benefit
  • England and Wales
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • New Zealand
  • Hong Kong
  • Singapore
  • Political purposes.
This work provides an analytical and comparative analysis of the development of charity law, as well as providing a critical commentary on a number of contemporary changes within the charity law field across a range of common law jurisdictions. The book follows earlier studies which cover a similar, and traditional, jurisdictional spread, but which are now dated, and further considers in detail charity law issues within Hong Kong and Singapore, about which there has been, historically, more limited charity law discussions. The area is growing in terms of practical legal and academic interest.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138656130 20171218
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxx, 225 pages ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)

8. Climate change law [2018]

Book
ix, 287 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Climate science and economics
  • The international climate change regime
  • Putting a price on carbon
  • Tools for reducing emissions : energy regulation
  • Federal climate regulation
  • Federalism and climate change
  • Climate impacts and adaptation
  • Geoengineering.
Over the past thirty years, a body of law dealing with the issue of climate change has taken form. This rapidly emerging body of law runs the gamut from state and local regulations to federal policies and international agreements and includes both public and private sector involvement.Climate Change Law is based on the view that this issue is just too important to leave to specialists alone. It is the first book to offer a concise, readable treatment of this entire body of law. The focus is on core concepts of climate change law, rather than all of the complex details. The book begins by discussing the scientific and policy issues that frame the legal scheme, including the state of climate science, the meaning of the social cost of carbon, and the variety of tools that are available to reduce carbon emissions. It then covers in turn the international, national, and state efforts in this sphere. Finally, the book turns to the challenge of adapting to climate change, before exploring the concept of geoengineering and the potential challenges associated with using geoengineering as a tool for addressing climate change. The book is designed to be accessible to a broad range of readers, not just those who have backgrounds in climate science, environmental economics, or law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634592949 20171106
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource (165 p.) : ill.
"Should mediation be used in all family disputes? Is the time right for apology legislation in Singapore? What can mediators learn from improvisation theatre & neuro-linguistic programming? As the field of mediation continues to grow, so do the issues that face the modern mediator. Contemporary Issues in Mediation-Volume 2 provides a valuable launch-point for readers seeking answers to these questions, collecting the very best entries selected by leaders in the mediation and negotiation field — Prof. Joel Lee (National University of Singapore) and Marcus Lim (Singapore International Mediation Institute). This edition includes three essays on family mediation, and is an especially valuable addition to professionals working with family mediation."--Publisher's website.
Book
x, 332 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction : diversity and the JAC's first ten years / Graham Gee and Erika Rackley
  • The JAC's first ten years / Christopher Stephens CBE
  • Reflection / Sir Thomas Legg KCB QC
  • Power and judicial appointment : squaring the impossible circle / Alan Paterson OBE
  • `Opening up' Commonwealth judicial appointments to diversity? The growing role of commissions in judicial selection / Jan Van Zyl Smit
  • The Judicial Service Commission : lessons from South Africa / Cora Hoexter
  • Diversity without a judicial appointments commission : the Australian experience / Andrew Lynch
  • Diversity, transparency and inclusion in Canada's judiciary / Samreen Beg and Lorne Sossin
  • Reflection / Frances Kirkham CBE
  • Reflection / Noel Lloyd CBE
  • Judging the JAC : how much judicial influence over judicial appointments is too much? / Graham Gee
  • Judicial diversity and mandatory retirement : obstacle or route to diversity? / Alysia Blackham
  • Reflection / Karon Monaghan QC
  • Judicial diversity : complexity, continuity and change / Hilary Sommerlad
  • Beyond merit : the new challenge for judicial appointments / John Morison
  • Problems of scale in achieving judicial diversity / Rosemary Hunter
  • Reflection / Cordella Bart-Stewart
  • The disruptive potential of ceiling quotas in addressing over-representation in the judiciary / Kate Malleson
  • Three models of diversity / Erika Rackley and Charlie Webb
  • Reflection / Jenny Rowe CB
  • Appointments to the Supreme Court / Lady Hale DBE.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxxi, 390 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Machine generated contents note: Part I. Foundations: 1. Introduction; 2. Why World Trade Law needs a theory of justice; Part II. Justice: 3. Towards a political theory of international economic law; 4. Sovereignty, nationality, and the limits of statism; 5. Self-determination and external trade measures; Part III. Law: 6. Border measures, discrimination, and ETMs; 7. Justifying ETMs: development provisions and general exceptions; 8. Trade remedies and fairness in international trade regulation; 9. Domestic regulation, self-determination and DEMs; Part IV. Progress: 10. Conclusion: where to from here?.
"What does justice demand in international trade regulation? And how far does World Trade Organization (WTO) law respond to those demands? Whether our focus is developing countries, struggling industries, or environmental protection, distributive conflict is a pervasive feature of international economic law. Despite this, we lack an adequate theory of distributive justice for this domain. Drawing on philosophical approaches to global justice, this book advances a novel theory of justice in trade regulation, and applies this to explain and critique the law of the WTO. Integrating theoretical and doctrinal approaches, it demonstrates the potential for political theory to illuminate and inform the progressive development of WTO law, including rules on border measures, discrimination, trade remedies and domestic regulation. Written from an interdisciplinary perspective, accessible to lawyers, philosophers and political scientists, the book will appeal both to theorists interested in building bridges from theory to practice, and practitioners seeking new perspectives on existing problems"-- Provided by publisher.
"This book is an attempt to answer some of the fundamental questions that these kinds of claims raise. What exactly does it mean to say that international trade regulation is unfair, or unjust? In a world of independent states, where is the line between those things a state can permissibly do, even if this has effects on outsiders, and those that constitute wrongs to those outsiders? How should states reconcile the claims of their own citizens, including especially those least well off, with the demands of outsiders with whom they do, or might, economically interact? And how far does the existing trade regime correctly answer these questions? For too long, the liberal international economic order assumed it was legitimized by an economic theory that showed international trade was in everyone's interests"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
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ix, 131 pages ; 22cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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x, 310 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Omnia sunt regis : Vom allgemeinen Eigentum des Königs zur Enteignung des Bürgers. Ein Überblick zur Geschichte der Enteignung bis zum 18. Jahrhundert / Mathias Schmoeckel
  • Entwicklung des Enteignungsrechts vom frühen 19. Jahrhundert bis zur Weimarer Reichsverfassung / Foroud Shirvani
  • Internationales Recht : Enteignung und Entschädigung im Systemvergleich / Burkhard Schöbener
  • Enteignung und Entschädigung nach der EMRK / Angelika Nußberger
  • "Nassauskiesung" und ihre Folgen: Wirkungsgeschichte einer Entscheidung / Wolfgang Schlick
  • Der Begriff der Enteignung: Rückschritt als Fortschritt? / Matthias Cornils
  • Die ausgleichspflichtige Inhalts- und Schrankenbestimmung: Enteignung zweiter Klasse / Joachim Lege
  • Was bleibt vom enteignungsgleichen und vom enteignenden Eingriff? / Lerke Osterloh
  • Entschädigung und Ausgleich / Judith Froese
  • Verborgener Sinn und latentes Potential : Die Enteignungsentschädigung zwischen normativem Gebot, pragmatischer Problemlösung und verführerischem Paradigma / Otto Depenheuer.
Law Library (Crown)
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xv, 301 pages ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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x, 277 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Deception and memory in the courtoom : an overview / Henry Otgaar and Mark L. Howe
  • Misinformation in the courtroom / Shari R. Berkowitz and Elizabeth F. Loftus
  • Suggestibility in the courtroom : how memory can be distorted during the investigative and legal process / Fiona Gabbert and Lorraine Hope
  • When spontaneous statements should not be trusted : false memories in children and adults / Henry Otgaar and Mark L. Howe
  • A neurobiological account of false memories / Vincent van de Ven, Henry Otgaar, and Mark L. Howe
  • Assessing the veracity of children's forensic interviews : implications for the courtroom / Hayden M. Henderson and Samantha J. Andrews
  • Putting children's memory and suggestibility in their place : an analysis considering person, topic, and context / Deborah Goldfarb, Gail S. Goodman, Rakel P. Larson, Alejandra Gonzalez, and Mitchell L. Eisen
  • Nonverbal detection of deception / Aldert Vrij
  • Building a case : the role of empirically based interviewing techniques in case construction / Timothy J. Luke, Maria Hartwig, Laure Brimbal, and Pär Anders Granhag
  • Detection deception using psychophysiological and neural measures / Ewout H. Meijer and Bruno Verschuere
  • Seven myths about feigning 227 / Marko Jelicic, Harald Merckelbach, and Irena Bošković
  • False symptom claims and symptom validity assessment 243 / Thomas Merten.
Finding the Truth in the Courtroom combines the science behind deception and memory and their relation in court. Testimonies are oftentimes the most important piece of evidence in legal cases. Hence, this book shows how such testimonies can be riddled with deception and/or memory errors, how to detect them, and what you can against them.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190612016 20171218
Law Library (Crown)
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xxxvii, 737 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The regional rights law systems
  • Feminist legal methods and theories
  • Considering gender in norm interpretation
  • Non-discrimination and equality
  • Sexual violence
  • Forced nudity
  • Forced gynaecological examinations
  • Domestic violence
  • Slavery, servitude, forced labour and human trafficking
  • Reproductive rights
  • Freedom of religion and gender : the Islamic headscarf
  • Summary and final reflections.
In Gender-Sensitive Norm Interpretation by Regional Human Rights Law Systems Maria Sjoholm examines the jurisprudence on gender-based harm in the European, Inter-American and African regional human rights law systems from the viewpoint of feminist legal methods and theories. By offering indicators relevant for gender-sensitive norm interpretation, Maria Sjoholm identifies inconsistencies in the current regional legal frameworks with regard to the protection of women concerning such violations as domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual violence, forced sterilization and restrictions on other reproductive rights. The book offers an in-depth account not only of the manner in which such harm has been recognized through integration in general human rights law treaties, but also the categorization of such as particular human rights norms by regional human rights courts and commissions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004343566 20171204
Law Library (Crown)
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xiii, 199 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Conserving Nature, Driving Evolution I
  • 1.Rules for Sculpting Ecosystems: Gene Drives and Responsive Science / Kevin M. Esvelt
  • 2.Gene Drives and Species Conservation: An Ethical Analysis / Ronald Sandler
  • 3.Gene Drives, Nature, Governance: An Ethnographic Perspective / Irus Braverman
  • pt. II Technologies of Governance
  • 4.Laws of Containment: Control without Limits in the New Biology / J. Benjamin Hurlbut
  • 5.Vigilante Environmentalism: Are Gene Drives Changing How We Value and Govern Ecosystems? / Todd Kuiken
  • 6.Controlling Our "Nature": Gene Editing in Law and in the Arts / Lori Andrews
  • pt. III Human-Nonhuman Boundaries, Worked and Reworked
  • 7.Sex, Lies, and Genetic Engineering: Why We Must (But Won't) Ban Human Embryo Modification / Stuart A. Newman
  • 8.Domestic Dogs, Gene Repair, and the "One Health" Approach / Alexander J. Travis
  • 9.Digital Enchantment: Life and the Future of Gene Editing / Gaymon Bennett.
Law Library (Crown)
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xii, 348 pages ; 24 cm
"There is a global revolution taking place within university legal education. It is taking place on many fronts, particularly since the dawning of the twenty-first century. The focus of this book is that ongoing and growing revolution, and it is assaulting the deepest traditions of the legal academy. The rapid global spread of clinical legal education, as a non-traditional method of instruction and as a guide to and context for socially conscious lawyering, is changing and improving the role of law schools in the preparation of students for law practice. Clinical education, as the name implies, involves law students in learning law by guided practice during law school. Ideally, that setting involves real cases, clients or other project-based work with client communities, usually with the poor or other marginalized populations without other access to counsel. Clinical education, intensely learning-focused, is challenging the dominant traditions of teacher-centric legal education: the case method, largely taught using case-books in the United States, and the lecture, still used almost exclusively in Europe and other traditional law schools throughout the world. Clinical education does not seek to overthrow that tradition, but to offer an alternative, additional route to learning, grounded in modern ideas of cognitive science and adult learning. In fact, clinical legal education is more than a method -it is pathway toward personal and professional identity for students, manifesting itself in each student's distinctly personal experience, and it is a model, not only for all professional lawyering, but particularly for one of conscience in the service of individuals, groups or populations otherwise without equal access to law or lawyers"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
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xv, 114 pages ; 24 cm
  • Australia
  • Malaysia
  • New Zealand-Aotearoa
  • Singapore
  • Analysis and reflections.
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xvii, 95 pages ; 23 cm.
  • The right to be recognised as a person before the law / Kathryn Allinson
  • Migrants' rights at the border / Ceren Mutus Toprakseven
  • Immigration detention / Kathryn Allinson, Justine Stefanelli and Katharine T. Weatherhead
  • Irregular status / Katharine T. Weatherhead
  • Rights of residence, termination of residence and in respect of removal / Valeria Vita
  • The economic, social and cultural rights of migrants / Claude Cahn
  • Rights at work / Bjarney Friðriksdóttir
  • Family life and the migrant / Rowena Moffatt, Ella Gunn, and Anuscheh Farahat
  • Freedom of thought, belief and religion and freedom of expression and opinion / Susie Alegre
  • The right to an effective remedy, the right to an effective national procedure against arbitrary removal and the right to a fair hearing / Dana Baldinger
  • Conclusions and summary of key international human rights of migrants / Elspeth Guild, Stefanie Grant and C. A. Groenendijk.
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