Chinese refugee law
- by Guofu Liu.
- Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, 2020
- Physical description
- pages cm.
- International refugee law series, 2213-3836 ; vol.16
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 1 Introduction to Chinese refugee law
- 2 China's building of a refugee legal system and international cooperation in refugee protection and settlement
- 3 Principles of treatment and legal status of foreigners
- 4 Rights of refugees in China
- 5 Life assistance for refugees in China
- 6 Protection and settlement of returned persecuted overseas Chinese, Indochinese refugees and Laotian refugees
- 7 Protection and settlement of Burmese border residents in large-scale influx situations
- 8 Protection and settlement of urban refugees
- 9 Feasibility of China's refugee legislation
- 10 Relationships that need to be properly addressed in China's refugee legislation
- 11 The experience of building the international refugee legal system and China's refugee legislation
- 12 Conception of a Chinese refugee law
- 13 Regulations on refugees (proposal by scholars) and its explanation.
- "Understanding Chinese refugee law is difficult for those outside China or unfamiliar with it due to the complex factors involved. Chinese Refugee Law offers a comprehensive, up-to-date, and readily accessible reference to Chinese refugee law. It focuses first on existing laws and practices relating to refugees in China, then offering a scholar's proposal for a law to handle with refugee affairs and implement the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. The book provides the detail, insight and background information needed to understand this complex area of law. It examines both existing Chinese statutes and relevant international documents, drawing on and comparing Chinese and English language sources. It is thus an invaluable resource for both Chinese and non-Chinese readers alike"-- Provided by publisher.
- Publication date
- 9789004412187 (ebook)