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1. Rikkonen, Essi : Illegala invandrares mänskliga rättigheter - med särskild hänsyn till fallet Spanien, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: unpublished document

Illegala invandrares mänskliga rättigheter - med särskild hänsyn till fallet Spanien / Rikkonen, Essi, 99 p.. - Åbo : Åbo Akademi. Rättsvetenskapliga institutionen, 2008.

LANGUAGE: SWE

INDEX WORDS:
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* invandrare = immigrants = maahanmuuttajat
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* utvisning = expulsion = maastakarkotus
* medborgerliga och politiska rättigheter = civil and political rights = kansalaisoikeudet ja poliittiset oikeudet
* lagstiftning = legislation = lainsäädäntö
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee
* CERD Committee = CERD Committee = CERD Committee
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna (FN) = Human Rights Committee (UN) = ihmisoikeuskomitea

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Spain

NOTE (THESIS): Master's thesis in public international law, [2008]

NOTE (GENERAL): ICESCR; ECHR; ICCPR; Migrant workers convention; UN charter; European convention on the legal status of migrant workers; CERD; TEU; European convention on nationality; UDHR;

LIBRARY LOCATION: IMR

SHELF CODE: seminarierummet

 
2. Tähkäpää, Anna : Detention of asylum seekers in Europe, 2012
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: unpublished document

Detention of asylum seekers in Europe : detention conditions and the prohibition of cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment / Tähkäpää, Anna, 82 p., xix. - Åbo : Åbo Akademi Univ. Department of Law, 2012.

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* omänsklig behandling eller bestraffning = inhuman treatment or punishment = epäinhimillinen kohtelu tai rangaistus
* förföljelse = persecution = vaino
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* UNHCR = UNHCR = UNHCR
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* frihetsberövande = deprivation of liberty = vapaudenriisto
* godtyckligt anhållande = arbitrary arrest and detention = mielivaltainen pidätys
* CPT Committee = CPT Committee = CPT Committee
* CAT Committee = CAT Committee = CAT Committee
* rätt till frihet och säkerhet = right to liberty and security = oikeus vapauteen ja turvallisuuteen
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Human Rights Committee = ihmisoikeuskomitea

NOTE (THESIS): Master's thesis in public international law, 2012

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; UN charter; ICCPR-9-12; ECHR-5; ECPT; CAT; EU charter of fundamental rights; CRC; TEU; Vienna convention on the law of treaties; CERD;

 
3. San Giorgi, Maite : The human right to equal access to health care, 2012
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The human right to equal access to health care / San Giorgi, Maite - (School of human rights research series ; vol. 53), xvi, 254 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2012.

ISBN 978-1-78068-081-1

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: PART A : GENERAL INTRODUCTION AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK:. Chapter I : General Introduction. Chapter II: The Right to Health and the Right to Health Care in Human Right Law. Chapter III: State Obligations Resulting from the Right to Health Care. Chapter IV: Equality, Non-Discrimination and the Right to Equal Access to Health Care as a Human Right. PART B: Practice and Discussion of the Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights:. Chapter V: The Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural rights. Chapter VI: The Justiciability of The Right to Health Care. Chapter VII: The Integrated Approach. PART C: The Justiciability of the Right to Equal Access to Health Care:. Chapter VIII : The Justiciability of the Right to Equal Access to Health Care at the European Committee of Social Rights. Chapter IX: The Justiciability of the Right to Equal Access to Health Care at the European Court of Human Rights. Chapter X: The Justiciability of the Right to Equal Access to Health Care at the Human Rights Committee. Chapter XI: Conclusion.

INDEX WORDS:
* abort = abortion = abortti
* hälsovård = health care = terveydenhoito
* barn = children = lapset
* medborgerliga och politiska rättigheter = civil and political rights = kansalaisoikeudet ja poliittiset oikeudet
* CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* CERD Committee = CERD Committee = CERD Committee
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* CRPD Committee = CRPD Committee = CRPD Committee
* kollektiva klagomål = collective complaints = kollektiivivalitus
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* inskränkningar = derogations = poikkeukset
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* Europeiska kommittén för sociala rättigheter = European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) = (Euroopan) sosiaalisten oikeuksien komitea
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Human Rights Committee = ihmisoikeuskomitea
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* fängelseförhållanden = prison conditions = vankilaolosuhteet
* rätt till familjeliv = right to family life = oikeus perhe-elämään
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* kvinnor = women = naiset

NOTE (THESIS): Dr.iur.; Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2012, (T)

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; ICESCR; ICESCR-OP; ICCPR; ESC; Revised ESC; ECHR; CAT; CRPD; CEDAW; CRC; CERD;

URL http://www.intersentia.co.uk/searchDetail.aspx?back=reeks&reeksCode=&bookid=102292&author=Maite%20San%20Giorgi&title=The%20Human%20Right%20to%20Equal%20Access%20to%20Health%20Care
URL

 
4. Benedek, Wolfgang ... [et al.] : European yearbook on human rights 2012, 2012
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

European yearbook on human rights 2012 / Benedek, Wolfgang ... [et al.], 467 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2012.

ISBN 978-3-7083-0844-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: I : Topics of the Year:. 1. Mohsine EL AHMADI and Abdelaziz RADI: Arab Spring and Human Rights. 2. Andreas ACCARDO, Jonas GRIMHEDEN and Klaus STARL: The Case for Human Rights at the Local Level: More than an Obligation?. II European Union:. 1. Wolfgang BENEDEK: EU Action on Human and Fundamental Rights in 2011. 1. Theodor RATHGEBER: The EU’s Performance in the UN Human Rights Council in 2011 in Light of the Review Process and its Main Outcomes. 3. Jeff KENNER: The Court of Justice of the European Union and Human Rights in 2011. 4. Daniel AUGENSTEIN and Christian BEHRMANN: Partnering with Civil Society: The EU’s Approach to Promoting Human Rights and Decent Work in Bangladesh. 5. Gosia GORSKA: Mutual Influence: The Case of the EU and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. 6. Paul GRAGL: The Shortcomings of Dublin II: Strasbourg’s M.S.S. Judgment and its Implications for the European Union’s Legal Order. 7. Rachel TOWERS: Recasting the Dublin II Regulation: Do the Draft Provisions on Appeal Rights, Detention and Access to Asylum Procedures Sufficiently Protect Asylum-Seekers’ Fundamental Rights?. 8. Lidia Isabel ESTEVEZ PICON: Criminalizing Irregular Immigrants in the EU: A Human Rights Issue. 9. Paolo BIONDI: The Externalization of the EU’s Southern Border in Light of the EU/Libya Framework Agreement: A Lawful Alternative or a Neo-Refoulement Strategy?. 10. Birgit Angela WEIXELBAUMER, Maria HADJIPAVLOU and Kalliope AGAPIOU-JOSEPHIDES: The EU Facing the Human Trafficking Challenge: Reintegration as a Possible Shift Towards a Victim-Centred Approach. 11. Sara DE VIDO: The European Contribution to the Recognition of the Human Right to Water. III Council of Europe:. 1. Tatjana CARDONA, Elisabeth HANDL-PETZ, Eva LECHNER and Brigitte OHMS: ECtHR Jurisprudence in 2011: An Overview. 2. Tatiana MARTYNOVA: Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgments in the Russian Legal Order: 3. Violeta BEŠIREVIÆ: A Short Guide to Militant Democracy: Some Remarks on the Strasbourg Jurisprudence. 4. Pierre THIELBÖRGER: Positive Obligations in the ECHR after the Stoicescu Case: A Concept in Search of Content?. 5. Agnieszka SZKLANNA: The Standing of Applicants and NGOs in the Process of Supervision of ECtHR Judgments by the Committee of Ministers. 6. Lando KIRCHMAIR: The Right to Judicial Protection under the ECHR: A Yardstick for the Individual Action for Annulment after Lisbon?. 7. Michaela POVOLNÁ: Protection of Medical Data in the Scope of Article 8 ECHR: An Analysis of the European Data Protection Safeguards. 7. Markus MÖSTL: Monitoring Human Rights by Council of Europe Bodies: Quo Vadis?. IV OSCE:. 1. Manfred NOWAK and Karolina JANUSZEWSKI: Criminal Justice and Prison Standards in the OSCE Area. 2. Hans-Joachim HEINTZE: The Unique Contribution of the OSCE in the Field of Minority Protection. V Civil society/NGOs/cross-cutting issues:. 1. Gabor Halmai: From the “Rule of Law Revolution” to the Constitutional Counter-Revolution in Hungary. 2. Enver HASANI, Dren DOLI and Fisnik KORENICA: Individual Complaint Mechanism as a Means to Protecting Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms: The Case of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo. 3. Vedrana SPAJIÆ VRKAŠ and Mitja ŽAGAR: Civic Education in South-Eastern Europe: Education and Training for Human Rights and Active Democratic Citizenship. 4. Kira PRECKEL and Rosalind WILLI: The Role of Civil Society in the Universal Periodic Review: Human Dignity, in Your Hands?. 5. Mirt KOMEL: Statelessness and the Right to Have Rights: Universalism of Human Rights within the Context of the UN and EU.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* övervakning av mänskliga rättigheter = human rights monitoring = ihmisoikeuksien valvonta
* straffrätt = criminal justice = rikosoikeus
* ECPT Committee = ECPT Committee = ECPT Committee
* fängelseförhållanden = prison conditions = vankilaolosuhteet
* minoritetsgrupper = minority groups = vähemmistöryhmät
* politiskt deltagande = political participation = poliittinen osallistuminen
* författningsdomstol = constitutional court = valtiosääntötuomioistuin
* HBTQ personer = LGBT persons = LHBT-henkilöt

NOTE (GENERAL): CAT; ICCPR; European charter for regional or minority languages; ICESCR; EU charter of fundamental rights; ECHR; ESC; CERD; UDHR; TEU; TFEU; European charter of local self-government; ECPT; ECRI;

LIBRARY LOCATION: S European yb...

URL http://www.intersentia.co.uk/searchDetail.aspx?back=reeks&reeksCode=&bookid=102402&author=Wolfgang Benedek (ed.), Florence Benoît-Rohmer (ed.), Wolfram Karl (ed.), Manfred Nowak (ed.)&title=European Yearbook on Human Rights 12

 
5. Benedek, Wolfgang ... [et al.] : European yearbook on human rights 2013, 2013
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

European yearbook on human rights 2013 / Benedek, Wolfgang ... [et al.], 447 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2013.

ISBN 978-3-7083-0925-5

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: I. Topics of the Year:. 1. Karen ABUZAYD, Carla DEL PONTE, Vitit MUNTARBHORN and Paulo Sérgio PINHEIRO: The Imperative of a Political Settlement in Syria: Perspectives of the UN Independent Commission of Inquiry. 2. Engelbert THEUERMANN: The Review of the EU Human Rights Policy: A Commitment to Strengthened EU Action on Human Rights. 3. Ulrike LUNACEK: Sticks and Carrots from Brussels to Pristina: An Inside Perspective on the Difficult but Rewarding Project of Kosovo’s EU Rapprochement. II European Union:. 1. Wolfgang BENEDEK: EU Action on Human and Fundamental Rights in 2012. 2. Jeff KENNER: The Court of Justice of the European Union and Human Rights in 2012. 3. Allan ROSAS: The Applicability of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights at National Level. 4. Christian BEHRMANN and Davide ZARU: The External Promotion of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the EU: Some Lessons for the Future. 5. Peter VALANT: The EU Special Representative for Human Rights: Manager or Mastermind?. 6. Theodor RATHGEBER: The EU at the UN Human Rights Council in 2012: Out of Touch with Human Rights Dynamics. 7. José Luis BAZÁN: Freedom of Religion in the European Union. 8. Aikaterini-Kaousar AMPOU-SALIM: The EU’s Involvement in the Democratization Process in Egypt and in Libya Before and During the Arab Spring. 9. Sarah DERDELINCKX: Towards a More Effective Promotion of Human Rights and Democracy in Central Asia: the Need for a Paradigm Change in EU Policy. 10. Silvia GÓMEZ MORADILLO: Ending the Detention of Irregular Migrants Prior to Removal in the EU’s Mediterranean Member States: A Proposal to Reform the Return Directive with a View to Alternatives to Detention. 11. Marnix DE WITTE: The Case for a Solidarity- and Human Rights-Based Revision of the Dublin System. 12. Paolo PAGOTTO: EU Trade Policy and Labour Standards: The Case of the Free Trade Agreement with Colombia and Peru. III Council of Europe:. 1. Brigitte OHMS, Tatjana CARDONA, Elisabeth HANDL-PETZ, Leonore LANGE: The Human Rights Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in 2012. 2. Jean Paul JACQUÉ: A propos de Nada contre Suisse: Les résolutions du Conseil de Sécurité devant la Cour européenne des droits de l’Homme. 3. Dominika BYCHAWSKA-SINIARSKA: Why (and How) the Committee of Ministers Needs to Be Reformed in Order to Enhance Implementation of ECtHR Judgments. 3. Georg STAWA: The Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) of the Council of Europe: Aims, Tools and Instruments to Measure and Provide Competence, Independence, Impartiality, Transparency and Efficiency to Judicial Systems. IV OSCE:. 1. Douglas WAKE: Is There Life after Astana? Recent Developments in the OSCE’s “Human Dimension” in Historical Perspective. 2. Aleksandar LAZOVSKI and Aleksandar DIMISHKOVSKI: ODIHR’s Activities Against Discriminatory Practices in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: A Case-Study of Roma Integration. 3. Snježana BOKULIÆ and Omer FISHER: ODIHR’s Human Rights Monitoring: Observing Public Events and Supporting Freedom of Peaceful Assembly. V Cross-cutting Issues:. 1. Manfred NOWAK: The European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation in Venice. 2. Antonio PAPISCA: What Education for a Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in the EU? The Relevance of Human Rights Education. 3. Lauri MÄLKSOO: The Human Rights Concept of the Russian Orthodox Church and its Patriarch Kirill I: A Critical Appraisal.

INDEX WORDS:
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* EU = EU = EU
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* ESK-rättigheter = ESC rights = TSS-oikeudet
* religionsfrihet = freedom of religion = uskonnonvapaus
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* övervakning av mänskliga rättigheter = human rights monitoring = ihmisoikeuksien valvonta
* ECRI = ECRI = ECRI

NOTE (GENERAL): CEDAW; ECHR; ICCPR; TEU; TFEU; UDHR;

LIBRARY LOCATION: S European yb...

URL http://www.intersentia.co.uk/searchDetail.aspx?back=reeks&reeksCode=&bookid=102712&author=Wolfgang Benedek (ed.), Florence Benoît-Rohmer (ed.), Wolfram Karl (ed.)&title=European Yearbook on Human Rights 13

 
6. Peers, Steve : EU justice and home affairs law , 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

EU justice and home affairs law / Peers, Steve. - 3. ed.. - (Oxford EU library ), cxix, 983 p.. - Oxford : Oxford U. P., 2011.

ISBN 978-0-19-960490-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1: Principles. 2: Institutional Framework. 3: Internal and External Borders. 4: Visas and Freedom to Travel. 5: Asylum. 6: Legal Migration. 7: Irregular Migration. 8: Civil Cooperation. 9: Criminal Law: Mutual Recognition and Criminal Procedure. 10: Substantive Criminal Law. 11: Criminal Law: Jurisdiction, Coordination, and Prosecution. 12: Policing and Security.

INDEX WORDS:
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* gränskontroll = border control = rajatarkastus
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* strafflag = criminal law = rikoslaki
* dataskydd = data protection = tietosuoja
* EURODAC = EURODAC = EURODAC
* EU = EU = EU
* EUROPOL = EUROPOL = EUROPOL
* utvisning = expulsion = maastakarkotus
* utlämning = extradition = luovuttaminen
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* offer = victims = uhrit
* CFSP = CFSP = CFSP
* DNA = DNA = DNA

NOTE (GENERAL): ICCPR; TEU; SEA; TFEU; ECHR; EU charter of fundamental rights;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Europarätt

URL http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/academic/law/9780199604906.do

 
7. Rubio-Marin, Ruth (ed.) : Human rights and immigration, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights and immigration / Rubio-Marin, Ruth (ed.), xx, 315 p.. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.

ISBN 978-0-19-870117-0

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Ruth Rubio-Marin: Introduction: Human rights and the citizen/non-citizen distinction revisited. 1. Vincent Chetail: Are refugee rights human rights? An unorthodox questioning of the relations between refugee law and human rights law. 2. Ruth Rubio-Marin: Integration in immigrant Europe: Human rights at a crossroads. 3. Daniel Thym: Residence as de facto citizenship? Protection of long-term residence under Article 8 ECHR. 4. Siobhan Mullally: Migration, gender and the limits of rights. 5. Bernard Ryan and Virginia Mantouvalou: The labour and social rights of migrants in international law. 6. Tullio Scovazzi: Human rights and immigration at sea. 7. Michael J. Churgin: The asylum/convention refugee process in the United States and Canada. 8. Alessia Di Pascale: Italy and unauthorized migration: Between state sovereignty and human rights obligations.

INDEX WORDS:
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* utlänningar = aliens/non-citizens = ulkomaalaiset
* flyktingrätt = refugee law = pakolaisoikeus
* integration = integration = integraatio
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* arbetsrätt = labour rights = työoikeus
* återsändningsförbud = non-refoulement principle = palautuskielto
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* UNHCR = UNHCR = UNHCR
* socialskydd = social security = sosiaaliturva
* människosmuggling = human smuggling = ihmisten salakuljetus
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* EU = EU = EU
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Canada / Italy / United States

NOTE (GENERAL): ECHR; Refugee convention; ICCPR; UDHR; Migrant workers convention; European convention on the legal status of migrant workers; European convention on social and medical assistance; ICESCR; ESC; ACHR; Migration for employment convention (revised) (ILO convention no. 97); Migrant workers (supplementary provisions) (ILO convention no. 143); Equality of treatment (social security) (ILO convention no. 118); Maintenance of social security rights (ILO convention no. 157); UNCLOS; SOLAS convention; International convention on salvage; Protocol against the smuggling of migrants by land, sea and air

 
8. Ambrus, Monika (ed.) : The role of 'experts' in international and European decision-making processes, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The role of 'experts' in international and European decision-making processes : advisors, decision makers or irrelevant actors? / Ambrus, Monika (ed.) ; Arts, Karin (ed.) ; Hey, Ellen (ed.) ; Raulus, Helena (ed.), xi, 416 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014.

ISBN 978-1-107-07478-1

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Monika Ambrus, Karin Arts, Ellen Hey and Helena Raulus: The role of experts in international and European decision-making processes: setting the scene. 2. Peter M. Haas: Ideas, experts and governance. 3. Wouter G. Werner: The politics of expertise: applying paradoxes of scientific expertise to international law. 4. Lorna Schrefler: Reflections on the different roles of expertise in regulatory policy making. 5. Jan Klabbers: The virtues of expertise. 6. Steinar Andresen: The role of scientific experts in multilateral environmental agreements: influence and effectiveness. 7. Bernd Siebenhüner: Changing demands at the science-policy interface: organizational learning in the IPCC. 8. Joyeeta Gupta: Global scientific assessments and environmental resource governance: towards a science-policy interface ladder. 9. Jessica Lawrence: The structural logic of expert participation in WTO decision-making processes. 10. Alexia Herwig: Health risks, experts and decision making within the SPS Agreement and the Codex Alimentarius. 11. Lukasz Gruszczynski: The role of experts in environmental and health-related trade disputes in the WTO: deconstructing decision-making processes. 12. Surya P. Subedi: Human rights experts in the United Nations: a review of the role of United Nations Special Procedures. 13. Jeff Handmaker and Claudia Mora: 'Experts': the mantra of irregular migration and the reproduction of hierachies. 14. Sophie Scholten and Ashley Terlouw: Private carriers as experts in immigration control. 15. Michelle Everson: The European system of financial supervision: a technology of expertise. 16. Karim Knio: The role of experts and financial supervision in the European Union: the de Larosiere Commission. 17. Adriaan Schout and Jaap Sleifer: Expertise at the crossroads of national and international policy making: a public management perspective. 18. E. Madalina Busuioc: Blurred areas of responsibility: European agencies' scientific 'opinions' under scrutiny.

INDEX WORDS:
* beslutsfattande = decision-making = päätöksenteko
* internationella organisationer = international organizations = kansainväliset järjestöt
* klimatförändring = climate change = ilmastomuutos
* UNEP = UNEP = UNEP
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa
* fredlig lösning av tvister = dispute settlement = riitaisuuksien rauhanomainen selvittäminen
* UN = UN = UN
* Rådet för mänskliga rättigheter = Human Rights Council = ihmisoikeusneuvosto (YK)
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* EU = EU = EU

 
9. The economic, social and cultural rights of migrants in an irregular situation, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The economic, social and cultural rights of migrants in an irregular situation /, 136 p.. - New York : United Nations, 2014.

ISBN 978-92-1-154205-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. General principles. 2. The right to health. 3. The right to an adequate standard of living, including housing, water and sanitation, and food. 4. The right to education. 5. The right to social security. 6. The right to work and the right to just and favourable conditions of work.

INDEX WORDS:
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* ESK-rättigheter = ESC rights = TSS-oikeudet
* rätt till hälsa = right to health = oikeus terveyteen
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* skälig levnadsstandard = adequate standard of living = riittävä elintaso
* rätt till vatten = right to water = oikeudet veteen
* rätt till föda = right to food = oikeus ravintoon
* socialskydd = social security = sosiaaliturva
* rätt till arbete = right to work = oikeus työhön
* arbetsförhållanden = working conditions = työolosuhteet

LIBRARY LOCATION: FN-biblioteket

SHELF CODE: E.XIV

 
10. Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Elena (ed.) : The Oxford handbook of refugee & forced migration studies, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The Oxford handbook of refugee & forced migration studies / Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Elena (ed.) ; Loescher, Gil (ed.) ; Long, Katy (ed.) ; Sigona, Nando (ed.), 747 p.. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.

ISBN 978-0-19-965243-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Gil Loescher, Katy Long and Nando Sigona: Introduction: Refugee and forced migration studies in transition. 2. Jérôme Elie: Histories of refugee and forced migration studies. 3. Guy S. Goodwin-Gill: The international law of refugee protection. 4. Matthew J. Gibney: Political theory, ethics, and forced migration. 5. Alexander Betts: International relations and forced migration. 6. Dawn Chatty: Anthropology and forced migration. 7. Finn Stepputat and Ninna Nyberg-Soerensen: Sociology and forced migration. 8. Karen Jacobsen: Livelihoods and forced migration. 9. Michael Collyer: Geographies of forced migration. 10. Oliver Bakewell: Encampment and self-settlement. 11. Loren B. Landau: Urban refugees and IDPs. 12. James Milner: Protracted refugee situations. 13. Walter Kälin: Internal displacement. 14. Nicholas Van Hear: Refugees, diasporas, and transnationalism. 15. Stephan Scheel and Vicki Squire: Forced migrants as 'illegal' migrants. 16. Jane McAdam: Human rights and forced migration. 17. Gil Loescher: UNHCR and forced migration. 18. Susan Akram: UNRWA and Palestinian refugees. 19. Michael Barnett: Refugees and humanitarianism. 20. Randall Hansen: State controls: borders, refugees, and citizenship. 21. Anne Hammerstad: The securitization of forced migration. 22. Volker Türk and Rebecca Dowd: Protection gaps. 23. Alice Edwards and Laura van Waas: Statelessness. 24. Simon Russell and Vicky Tennant: Humanitarian reform: from coordination to clusters. 25. Sarah Kenton Lischer: Conflict and crisis induced displacement. 26. Christopher McDowell: Development created population displacement. 27. Roger Zetter and James Morrissey: The environment-mobility nexus: reconceptualizing the links between environmental stress, (im)mobility, and power. 28. Bridget Anderson: Trafficking. 29. Nando Sigona: The politics of refugee voices: representation, narratives, and memories. 30. Jason Haart: Children and forced migration. 31. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh: Gender and forced migration. 32. Claudio Bolzman: Older refugees. 33. Marsha Mirza: Disability and forced migration. 34. Alastair Ager: Health and forced migration. 35. David Hollenbach, SJ: Religion and forced migration. 36. Terence Wright: The media and representation of refugees and other forced migrants. 37. Katy Long: Rethinking 'durable' solutions. 38. Lucy Hovil: Local integration. 39. Laura Hammond: 'Voluntary' repatriation and reintegration. 40. Joanne van Selm: Refugee resettlement. 41. Martin Gottwald: Burden sharing and refugee protection. 42. Marion Fresia: Forced migration in West Africa. 43. Jonathan Crush and Abel Chikanda: Forced migration in Southern Africa. 44. Gaim Kibreab: Forced migration in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa. 45. Sari Hanafi: Forced migration in the Middle East and North Africa. 46. Alessandro Monsutti and Bayram Balci: Forced migration in broader Central Asia. 47. Paula Banarjee: Forced migration in South Asia. 48. Kirsten McConnachie: Forced migration in South-East Asia and East Asia. 49. Anne McNevin: Forced migration in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific. 50. José H. Fischel de Andrade: Forced migration in South America. 51. Megan Bradley: Forced migration in Central America and the Caribbean: cooperation and challenges. 52. Susan F. Martin: Forced migration in North America. 53. Roland Bank: Forced migration in Europe.

INDEX WORDS:
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* påtvingad migration = forced migration = pakotettu siirtolaisuus
* internflyktingar = internally displaced persons = maan sisäiset pakolaiset
* återflyttning = repatriation = paluumuutto
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* återsändningsförbud = non-refoulement principle = palautuskielto
* UNHCR = UNHCR = UNHCR
* palestinier = Palestinians = palestiinalaiset
* gränskontroll = border control = rajatarkastus
* statslösa personer = stateless persons = valtiottomat henkilöt
* miljöflyktingar = environmental refugees = ympäristöpakolaiset
* omflyttning = resettlement = jälleenasutus
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* flyktingbarn = refugee children = pakolaislapset
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* kön = gender = sukupuoli
* religion = religion = uskonto
* integration = integration = integraatio
* delade bördor = burden-sharing = taakan jakaminen

LIBRARY LOCATION: IMR

SHELF CODE: Inst.ref.

 
11. Ippolito, Francesca (ed.) : Protecting vulnerable groups, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Protecting vulnerable groups : the European human rights framework / Ippolito, Francesca (ed.) ; Iglesias Sanchez, Sara (ed.), xii, 481 p. - Oxford : Hart, 2015.

ISBN 978-1-84946-685-1

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Fransesca Ippolito and Sara Iglesias Sanchez: Introduction. 2. Francesca Ippolito: (De)constructing children's vulnerability under European law. 3. Francesco Seatzu: Reshaping EU old age law in the light of the normative standards in international human rights law in relation to older persons. 4. Anja Wiesbrock: Disability as a form of vulnerability under EU and CoE law: embracing the 'social model'?. 5. Francette Fines: European protection of women. 6. Olivier Dubos and Victor Guset: European law and regional or minority languages: cultural diversity and the fight against linguistic vulnerability. 7. Tawhida Ahmed: The many vulnerabilities of the Roma and the European legal framework. 8. Julinda Beqiraj: Indigenous peoples' cultural identity under EU law and the ECHR: a non-trade interest or a human right?. 9. Erica Howard: The protection of religious minorities in Europe: strengths and weaknesses. 10. Peggy Ducoulombier: The protection of sexual minorities in European law. 11. Caroline Sawyer: The unexpected precariat. 12. Ulrike Brandl and Philip Czech: General and specific vulnerability of protection-seekers in the EU: is there an adequate response to their needs?. 13. Catherine-Amélie Chassin: Dealing with international vulnerability: European law and climate-induced migrants. 14. Alessandra Lang: The protection of vulnerable people and the free movement of persons within the European Union: two worlds apart?. 15. Valsamis Mitsilegas: The place of the victim in Europe's area of criminal justice. 16. Jessica Almqvist: Responding to the plight of victims of terrorism: European approaches and dilemmas. 17. Jacobo Rios Rodriguez: Victims of trafficking and smuggling of migrants in international and European law. 18. Steve Foster: The effective supervision of European prison conditions. 19. Krista Nadakavukaren Schefer: The ultimate social (or is it economic?) vulnerability: poverty in European law. 20. Sara Iglesias Sanchez: Irregular migrants in Europe: deprivation of status as a type of state-imposed vulnerability.

INDEX WORDS:
* utsatta grupper = vulnerable groups = riskialttiit ryhmät
* EU = EU = EU
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* barn = children = lapset
* de äldres rätt = rights of elderly = vanhempien ihmisten oikeudet
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* språkliga minoriteter = linguistic minorities = kielivähemmistöt
* romer = Roma = romanit
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* religiösa minoriteter = religious minorities = uskonnolliset vähemmistöt
* sexuella minoriteter = sexual minorities = seksuaaliset vähemmistöt
* medborgarskap = citizenship (EU) = kansalaisuus
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* klimatflyktingar = climate refugees = ilmastopakolaiset
* rörelsefrihet = freedom of movement = liikkumisvapaus
* straffrätt = criminal justice = rikosoikeus
* offrets rättigheter = victim's rights = uhrin oikeudet
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* människosmuggling = human smuggling = ihmisten salakuljetus
* fängelseförhållanden = prison conditions = vankilaolosuhteet
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat

NOTE (GENERAL): ECHR; TFEU; European charter for regional or minority languages; EU charter of fundamental rights

 
12. Pickering, Sharon (ed.) : The Routledge handbook on crime and international migration, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The Routledge handbook on crime and international migration / Pickering, Sharon (ed.) ; Ham, Julie (ed.), xxix, 417 p.. - London : Routledge, 2015.

ISBN 9780415823944

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Sharon Pickering and Julie Ham: Introduction. 1. Rebecca Wickes and Michelle Sydes: Immigration and crime. 2. Marjorie S. Zatz and Hilary Smith: Understanding immigration, crime and victimization in the United States: patterns and paradoxes in tradition. 3. Amber L. Beckley, Johan Kardell and Jerzy Sarnecki: Immigration and crime in Sweden. 4. Ben Bowling and James Sheptycki: Global policing, mobility and social control. 5. Karine Côté-Boucher: Bordering citizenship in 'an open and generous society': the criminalization of migration in Canada. 6. Mary Bosworth and Sarah Turnbull: Immigration detention, punishment and the criminalization of migration. 7. Thomas Ugelvik: The incarceration of foreigners in European prisons. 8. Michael Grewcock: Reinventing 'the stain': bad character and criminal deportation in contemporary Australia. 9. Dean Wilson: Border militarization, technology and crime control. 10. Leanne Weber: Deciphering deportation practices across the Global North. 11. Francesco Vecchio and Alsion Gerard: Surviving the politics of illegality. 12. Claudia Tazreiter: (Un)knowing and ambivalence in migration: temporary migration status and its impacts on the everyday life of insecure communities. 13. Julie Ham: Intuiting illegality in sex work. 14. Lea Sitkin: The state's contradictory response to the exploitation of immigrant workers: the UK case. 15. Julie P. Stumpf: Crimmigration: encountering the leviathan. 16. Ana Aliverti: Criminal immigration law and human rights in Europe. 17. Catherine Dauvergne: War crimes and asylum in Canada: reflections on the Ezokola decision and the barriers courts face in protecting refugees. 18. Gabriella Sanchez: Human smuggling facilitators in the US Soutwest. 19. Sonja Milivojevic: Stopped in the traffic, not stopping the traffic; gender, asylum and anti-trafficking interventions in Serbia. 20. Marie Segrave: Labour trafficking and illegal markets. 21. Karen Joe Laidler and Maggy Lee: Border trading and policing of everyday life in Hong Kong. 22. Penny Green, Kristian Lasslett and Angela Sherwood: Enclosing the commons: predatory capital and forced evictions in Papua New Guinea and Burma. 23. Doris Marie Provine and Marjorie S. Zatz: Borders, crime and justice. 24. Jude McCulloch and Jacqui True: Shifting borders: crime, borders, international relations and criminology. 25. Sharon Pickering, Mary Bosworth and Katja Franko Aas: The criminology of mobility.

INDEX WORDS:
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* anhållande = detention = pidättäminen
* gästarbetare = migrant workers = vierastyöläiset
* invandrare = immigrants = maahanmuuttajat
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* deporterade personer = deported persons = karkotetut henkilöt
* människosmuggling = human smuggling = ihmisten salakuljetus
* vräkning = eviction = häätö

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Australia / Burma / Canada / Hong Kong / Papua New Guinea / Serbia / Sweden / United Kingdom / United States

LIBRARY LOCATION: IMR Inst.ref.

 
13. João Guia, Maria (ed.) : Immigration detention, risk and human rights, 2016
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Immigration detention, risk and human rights : studies on immigration and crime / João Guia, Maria (ed.) ; Koulish, Robert (ed.) ; Mitsilegas, Valsamis (ed.), xvii, 293 p.. - Heidelberg : Springer, 2016.

ISBN 978-3-319-24688-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Robert Koulish: Sovereign bias, crimmigration and risk. 2. Michael Flynn: Sovereign discomfort: can liberal norms lead to increasing immigration detention?. 3. Valsamis Mitsilegas: Immigration detention, risk and human rights in the law of the European Union: lessons from the Returns Directive. 4. Marloes Anne Vrolijk: Immigration detention and non-removability before the European Court of Human Rights. 5. Galina Cornelisse: Immigration detention: an instrument in the fight against illegal immigration or a tool for its management?. 6. Dr. Charles Gosme: Trapped between administrative detention, imprisonment, and freedom-in-limbo. 7. Larissa Leite: Immunity from criminal prosecution and consular assistance to the foreign detainee according the international human rights law. 8. Elspeth Guild: Understanding immigration detention in the UK and Europe. 9. Mary Boswoth, Andriani Fili and Sharon Pickering: Women's immigration detention in Greece: gender, control and capacity. 10.Steven De Ridder and Maartje van der Woude: Changing practices regarding the implementation of entry bans in Belgian migration policy since 1980. 11. José Angel Brandariz Garcia: Crimmigation politics and the great recession: analysis of the Spanish case. 12. Katia Cardoso: "Immigrants as detainees": some reflections based on abyssal thinking and other critical approaches. 13. Mark Noferi: Mandatory immigration detention for U.S. crimes: the noncitizen presumption of dangerousness. 14. Christina M. Fialho: Let us in: an argument for the right to visitation in U.S. immigration detention. 15. Gabriel Haddad Teixeira: Who wants to go to Arizona? A brief survey of ciminalization of immigration law in the U.S. context.

INDEX WORDS:
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* anhållande = detention = pidättäminen
* EU = EU = EU
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* förvaltningsrättsligt frihetberövande = administrative detention = hallinto-oikeudellinen vapaudenriisto
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* immunitet = immunity = koskemattomuus

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Belgium / Brazil / Greece / Spain / United Kingdom / United States

 
14. Augustin, Julian : Fie Rückführungsrichtlinie der Europäischen Union, 2016
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Fie Rückführungsrichtlinie der Europäischen Union : Richtliniendogmatik, Durchführungspflichten, Reformbedarf / Augustin, Julian, xxi, 591 p.. - Berlin : Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag (BWV), 2016.

ISBN 978-3-8305-3579-9

LANGUAGE: GER

ABSTRACT: ERSTES KAPITEL:. !. Pflichten aus einer EU-Richtlinie. 2. Durchführungsbedarf. 3. Die Auslegung von Richtlinienbestimmungen. ZWEITES KAPITEL:. 1. Gegenstand der Richtlinie (Art. 1 RüFüRL). 2. Anwendungsbereich (Art. 2 und Art. 4 Abs. 4 RüFüRL). 3. Begriffsbestimmungen (Art. 3 RüFüRL). 4. Günstigere Bestimmungen (Art. 4 Abs. 1 bis 3 RüFüRL) 5. Richtlinienbestimmung des Art. 5 RüFüRL. 6. Rückkehrentscheidung (Art. 6 RüFüRL). 7. Freiwillige Ausreise (Art. 7 und Art. 3 Nr. 8 RüFüRL). 8. Abschiebung (Art. 8 RüFüRL) 9. Abschiebungsaufschub (Art. 9 RüFüRL) 10. Modifikationen zugunsten unbegleiteter Minderjähriger (Art. 10 RüFüRL) 11. Wiedereinreiseverbot (Art. 11 RüFüRL). 12. Formvorschriften (Art. 12 RüFûRL). 13. Rechtsbehelfe (Art. 13 RüFüRL). 14. Garantie bis zur Rückkehr (Art. 14 RüFûRL). 15. Inhaftnahme für die Zwecke der Abschiebung (Art. 15 und Art. 17 Abs. 1 RüFüRL). 16. Haftbedingungen (Art. 16, 17 Abs. 2 bis 5 RüFûRL). 17. Spezielle Regelungen für Notlagen (Art. 18 RüFüRL). 18. Berichterstattung durch die EU-Kommission (Art. 19). 19. Fristen für die legislative Durchführung (Art. 20). 20. Durchführungspflichten der Art. 21 bis 23 RüFüRL. DRITTES KAPITEL:. 1. Konkrete inhaltliche Änderungsvorschläge. 2. Deklaratorische Änderungsvorschläge.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* anhållande = detention = pidättäminen
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* rörelsefrihet = freedom of movement = liikkumisvapaus
* utlänningar = aliens/non-citizens = ulkomaalaiset
* gemensamt europeiskt asylsystem = CEAS = yhteinen eurooppalainen turvapaikkajärjestelmä
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ

NOTE (GENERAL): Directive 2008/115/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on common standards and procedures in Member States for returning illegally staying third-country nationals

 
15. Lazaridis, Gabriella : International migration into Europe, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International migration into Europe : from subjects to abjects / Lazaridis, Gabriella, x, 199 p. - Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

ISBN 978-1-137-38495-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Introduction and theoretical context. 1. Irregular migration and undocumented migrants - the abjects. 2. Documented migrants: skilled migration - the injects. 3. From undocumented to documented: migration and self-employment. 4. Migrant women: maids, nannies and nurses, and the ban on the headscarf. 5. Human trafficking and smuggling: the production of ultimate abjects. 6. The securitisation of migration. 7. Migration regimes/s, the multiculturalism question and regularisation policies in Europe. 8. The challenges of migration for EU citizenship: from abjects and ejectés to subjects?.

INDEX WORDS:
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* papperslösa personer = undocumented persons = paperittomat henkilöt
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* hemarbete = domestic work = kotityö
* gästarbetare = migrant workers = vierastyöläiset
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* människosmuggling = human smuggling = ihmisten salakuljetus
* mångkulturalism = multiculturalism = monikulttuurisuus
* EU = EU = EU
* medborgarskap = citizenship (EU) = kansalaisuus

 
16. Haeck, Yves (ed.) : The Inter-American Court of Human Rights, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights : theory and practice, present and future / Haeck, Yves (ed.) ; Ruiz-Chiriboga, Oswaldo (ed.) ; Burbano-Herrera, Clara (ed.), xxxii, 832 p. - Cambridge : Intersentia, 2015.

ISBN 978-1-78068-308-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Marijke De Pauw: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the interpretive method of external referencing: regional consensus v. universality. 2. Álvaro Paúl: An overview of the Inter-American Court's evaluation of evidence. 3. Geneviève Säuberli: Revision procedures: revisiting the case of Mapiripán Massacre v. Colombia. 4. Diana Contreras-Garduño, Kristin Xueqin Wu and Leo Zwaak: Who pays the bill? Possibilities and limitations of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights Legal Assistance Fund. 5. Francisco J. Rivera Juaristi: The amicus curiae in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (1982-2013). 6. Oswaldo R. Ruiz-Chiriboga: Defining the scope of the provisions against the use of illegitimate coerced statements in the inter-American system. 7. Kresimir Kamber: Medical negligence and international human rights adjudication: procedural obligations in medical negligence cases under the American Convention on Human Righs and the European Convention on Human Rights. 8. Juana Maria Ibáñez Rivas: Use of force: requirements, limitations and pending challenges from the perspective of the jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. 9. Aziz Tuffi Saliba and Tainá Garcia Maja: Judicial protection of states of emergency: an analysis of the amplitude of judicial protection of fundamental rights during the application of derogations. 10. Scott McKenzie: Yakye Axa v. Paraguay: upholding and framing the human right to water. 11. Thomas Antkowiak: Social, economic, and cultural rights: the Inter-American Court at a crossroads. 12. Manuel E. Ventura Robles: Impact of the reparations ordered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and contributions to the justiciable nature of economic, social and cultural rights. 13. Gina Donoso: Sacred fire as healing: psychosocial rehabilitation and indigenous peoples in the Inter-American Court's judgments. 14. Agostina N. Cichero and Sebastián A. Green Martínez: Punitive damages and the principle of full reparation in the case law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. 15. Clara Burbano Herrera: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights and its role in preventing violations of human rights through provisional measures. 16. Gabriella Citroni: The contribution of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and other international human rights bodies to the struggle against enforced disappearances. 17. Jeffrey Davis and Micaela Perez Ferrero: Building truth and moving justice: the Inter-American Court and the forcible disappearance of children. 18. Frédéric Mégret and Jean-Paul S. Calderón: The move towards a victim-centred concept of criminal law and the "criminalization" of the inter-American human rights law: a case of human rights law devouring itself?. 19. Patricio Galella: Amnesty laws in the case law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. 20. Nikolas Kyriakou: Rights cast into oblivion? Amnesties in the case law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. 21. Monica Yriart: Jurisprudence in a political vortex: the right of indigenous peoples to give or withhold consent to investment and development projects - the implementation of Saramaka v. Suriname. 22. Valeska David and Julie Fraser: Juvenile criminal justice before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: aims and limitations of the imprisonment of children. 23. Geneviève Säuberli: The case of the Kichwa Peoples of the Sarayaku v. Ecuador: constructing a right to consultation and to cultural identity?. 24. Salvatore Fabio Nicolosi: The treatment of irregular migrants in the inter-American human rights and European Union case law: two parallel lines may even meet. 25. Elena Falletti: Sexual orientation and parenthood: a comparative analysis of the case law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights. 26. Clara O'Connell: What a "private life" means for women. 27. Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen: Chronicle of a fashionable theory in Latin America: decoding the doctrinal discourse on conventionality control. 28. Eric Tardif: The Radilla-Pacheco v. Mexico case: a paradigmatical shift towards conventionality control in Mexico. 29. Paola Andrea Acosta Alvarado: The Latin American judicial dialogue: a two-way street towards effective protection. 30. Rosmerlin Estupiñan-Silva: The Inter-American Court and the International Criminal Court: transjudicial communication, boundaries and opportunities. 31. Cristiana Domínguez: Inter-American Court of Human Rights and European Court of Human Rights: from observation to interaction on human rights. 32. Martin Nicolás Montoya Céspedes: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights' positive obligations doctrine: between unidirectional influence and judicial dialogue. 33. Claudia Martin and Diego Rodrígues-Pinzón: Strengthening or straining the inter-American system on human rights.

INDEX WORDS:
* interamerikanska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Inter-American Court of Human Rights = inter-amerikkalainen ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* tolkning = interpretation = tulkinta
* bevis = evidence = todistus
* internationella domstolar = international courts = kansainväliset tuomioistuimet
* grova brott mot mänskliga rättigheter = gross violations of human rights = törkeät ihmisoikeusloukkaukset
* rättshjälp = legal assistance = oikeusapu
* användning av maktmedel = use of force = voimakeinojen käyttö
* undantagstillstånd = state of emergency = hätätila
* rätt till vatten = right to water = oikeus veteen
* ESK-rättigheter = ESC rights = TSS-oikeudet
* gottgörelse = reparation = hyvitys
* ofrivilliga försvinnanden = enforced disappearances = pakotettu katoaminen
* amnesti = amnesty = armahdus
* utsatta grupper = vulnerable groups = riskialttiit ryhmät
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* barn = children = lapset
* ungdomsförbrytare = juvenile offenders = nuoret rikoksentekijät
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* sexuell orientering = sexual orientation = seksuaalinen suuntautuminen
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* respekt för privatliv = respect for private life = yksityiselämän kunnioittaminen
* nationella domstolar = national courts = kansalliset tuomioistuimet
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = International Criminal Court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* positiva skyldigheter = positive obligations = positiiviset velvollisuudet
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* omänsklig behandling eller bestraffning = inhuman treatment or punishment = epäinhimillinen kohtelu tai rangaistus
* deltagande = participation = osallistuminen

NOTE (GENERAL): ACHR; ECHR; Protocol of San Salvador

 
17. Mitsilegas, Valsamis (ed.) : Research handbook on EU criminal law, 2016
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Research handbook on EU criminal law / Mitsilegas, Valsamis (ed.) ; Bergström, Maria (ed.) ; Konstadinides, Theodore (ed.), xxxvi, 621 p. - Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016.

ISBN 978-1-78347-330-4

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Koen Lenaerts and José A. Gutiérrez-Fons: The European Court of Justice and fundamental rights in the field of criminal law. 2. Henri Labayle: The institutional framework. 3. Rosaria Sicurella: EU competence in criminal matters. 4. Maria Fletcher: EU criminal law flexibility: what lessons from the UK Protocol No. 36 saga?. 5. Paul De Hert: EU criminal law and fundamental rights. 6. Alexandros Kargopoulos: Fundamental rights, national identity and EU criminal law. 7. Valsamis Mitsilegas: Mutual recognition, mutual trust and fundamental rights after Lisbon. 8. Jacqueline Hodgson: Criminal procedure in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: the rights of the suspect. 9. Anne Weyembergh and Ines Armada: The principle of ne bis in idem in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. 10. Luisa Marin: The fate of the Data Retention Directive: about mass surveillance and fundamental rights in the EU legal order. 11. Ester Herlin-Karnell: Is administrative law still relevant? How the battle of sanctions has shaped EU criminal law. 12. Christopher Harding: The relationship between EU criminal law and competition law. 13. Valsamis Mitsilegas, Malgosia Fitzmaurice and Elena Fasoli: The relationship between EU criminal law and environmental law. 14. Niovi Vavoula: The interplay between EU immigration law and national criminal law: the case of the Return Directive. 15. Petter Asp: European criminal law and national criminal law. 16. Maria Bergström: Money laundering. 17. Saskia Hufnagel: Organized crime. 18. Maria Kaiafa-Gbandi: Punishing corruption in the public and the private sector: key issues on current EU policy and rule-of-law challenge. 19. Francesca Galli: Terrorism. 20. Tom Obokata: Evolution of the EU action against trafficking of human beings. 21. Michèle Coninsx: Eurojust. 22. Sabina Gless: Europol. 23. Katalin Ligeti: The European Public Prosecutor's Office. 24. Adam Lazowski: EU criminal law and EU enlargement. 25. Elaine Fahey: Transatlantic cooperation in criminal law. 26. Iain Cameron: EU anti-terrorism sanctions. 27. Theodore Konstadinides: EU law and international cooperation in criminal matters: a tale of legal competence and political competency. 28. Pedro Caeiro: The relationship between European and international criminal law (and the absent(?), third).

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* AFSJ = AFSJ = AFSJ
* straffrätt = criminal justice = rikosoikeus
* europeiska arresteringsordern = European arrest warrant (EAW) = eurooppalainen pidätysmääräys
* straffprocess = criminal procedure = rikosprosessi
* non bis in idem = non bis in idem = non bis in idem
* dataskydd = data protection = tietosuoja
* sanktioner = sanctions = pakotteet
* penningtvätt = money laundering = rahanpesu
* konkurrenslag = competition law = kilpailuoikeus
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* organiserad brottslighet = organized criminality = järjestäytynyt rikollisuus
* korruption = corruption = korruptio
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* Eurojust = Eurojust (European Union's Judicial Cooperation Unit) = Eurojust
* Europol = Europol = Europol
* EU-utvidgning = EU-enlargement = EU-laajentuminen
* counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism = terrorismin vastainen toiminta

NOTE (GENERAL): TFEU: Charter of fundamental rights of the European Union

LIBRARY LOCATION: IMR

SHELF CODE: Inst.ref.

 
18. Costello, Cathryn : The human rights of migrants and refugees in European law, 2016
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The human rights of migrants and refugees in European law / Costello, Cathryn, 356 p. - Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.

ISBN 978-0-19-964474-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Destination Europe. 2. The human rights of migrants and refugees in a pluralist setting. 3. Constructing migration status. 4. Human rights to family life and family migration. 5. Defining protection: refugeehood, non-refoulement, and human rights. 6. Access to protection. 7. Immigration detention. 8. Conclusions.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* AFSJ = AFSJ = AFSJ
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* återsändningsförbud = non-refoulement principle = palautuskielto
* familjeåterförening = family reunification = perheen yhdistäminen
* rätt till familjeliv = right to family life = oikeus perhe-elämään
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* anhållande = detention = pidättäminen
* deporterade personer = deported persons = karkotetut henkilöt

NOTE (GENERAL): ECHR; Refugee convention

 
19. Gallagher, Anne T. : International law of migrant smuggling, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International law of migrant smuggling / Gallagher, Anne T. ; David, Fiona, 783 p. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015.

ISBN 978-1-316-50748-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. General legal framework. 2. The legal framework: human rights and refugee law. 3. Acting against migrant smuggling: capacities and limitations. 4. State responsibility and migrant smuggling. 5. Criminalization of migrant smuggling. 6. Migrant smuggling by sea: interdiction and rescue. 7. Prevention and international cooperation to combat migrant smuggling. 8. Obligations of protection, assistance and response. 9. Obligations relating to detention of smuggled migrants. 10. Return of smuggled migrants.

INDEX WORDS:
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* illegala invandrare = illegal immigrants = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* människosmuggling = human smuggling = ihmisten salakuljetus
* statsansvar = state responsibility = valtiovastuu
* transnationell straffrätt = transnational criminal law = ylikansallinen rikosoikeus
* organiserad brottslighet = organized criminality = järjestäytynyt rikollisuus

 
20. Moreno-Lax, Violeta (ed.) : 'Boat refugees' and migrants at sea, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

'Boat refugees' and migrants at sea : a comprehensive approach / Moreno-Lax, Violeta (ed.) ; Papastavridis, Efthymios (ed.), 461 p. - Leiden : Brill, 2017.

ISBN 978-90-04-30074-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Violeta Moreno-Lax and Efthymios Papastavridis: Introduction: tracing the bases of an integrated paradigm for maritime security and human rights at sea. 1. Guy S. Goodwin-Gill: Setting the scene: refugees, asylum seekers and migrants at sea: the need for a long-term, protection-centred vision. 2. Natalie Klein: A maritime security framework for the legal dimensions of irregular migration at sea. 3. Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen: The perfect storm: sovereignty games and the law and politics of boat migration. 4. Tamara Last: Who is the 'boat migrant'? Challenging the anonymity of death by border-sea. 5. Jean-Pierre Gauci and Patricia Mallia: The migrant smuggling protocol and the need for a multi-faceted approach: inter-sectionality and multi-actor cooperation. 6. Tom Obokata: Boat migrants as the victims of human trafficking: exploring key obligations through a human rights based approach. 7. Douglas Guilfoyle: Transnational crime and the rule of law at sea: responses to maritime migration and piracy compared. 8. Jasmine Coppens: Interception of migrant boats at sea. 9. Lisa-Marie Komp: The duty to assist persons in distress: an alternative source of protection against the return of migrants and asylum seekers to the high seas?. 10. Mariagiulia Giuffré: Access to asylum at sea? Non-refoulement and a comprehensive approach to extraterritorial human rights obligations. 11. Niels Frenzen: Responses to 'boat migration': a global perspective - US practices. 12. Claire Higgins: The (un-)sustainability of Australia's offshore processing and settlement policy. 13. Marie-Laure Basilien-Gainche: Leave and let die: the EU Banopticon approach to migrants at sea. 14. Cristiano D'Orsi, Sergio Carciotto and Corey R. Johnson: Into Africa: 'boat people' in Sub-Saharan Africa. 15. Maïté Fernandez: The EU external borders policy and Frontex-coordinated operations at sea: who is in charge? Reflections of responsibility for wrongful acts. 16. Meltem Ineli-Ciger: An examination of the comprehensive plan of action as a response to mass influx of 'boat people': lessons learnt for a comprehensive approach to migration at sea. Anja Klug: Conclusion: closing remarks: the present and future of 'boat refugees' and migrants at sea.

INDEX WORDS:
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* båtflyktingar = boat people = venepakolaiset
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* människosmuggling = human smuggling = ihmisten salakuljetus
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* extraterritorial tillämpning = extraterritorial application = ekstraterritoriaalinen (lain) soveltaminen
* återsändningsförbud = non-refoulement principle = palautuskielto
* EU = EU = EU
* FRONTEX = FRONTEX = FRONTEX

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Africa / Australia / USA

NOTE (GENERAL): Protocol against the smuggling of migrants by land, sea and air, supplemeting the UN convention against transnational organized crime (migrant smuggling protocol); UNCLOS

 
21. Menezes Queiroz, Benedita : Illegally staying in the EU, 2018
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Illegally staying in the EU : an analysis of illegality in EU migration law / Menezes Queiroz, Benedita, xviii; 207 p. - Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2018.

ISBN 978-1-50991-287-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Introduction. 1. 'What part of illegality don't you understand?': illegality in EU migration law. 2. The case of unlawfully-staying EU citizens. 3. Non-removable migrants in the EU. 4. The potential effects of information technology vis-à-vis illegality. 5. Access to legality in the EU: an instrumental or corrective mechanism?. Conclusions.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* medborgarskap = citizenship (EU) = kansalaisuus
* rörelsefrihet = freedom of movement = liikkumisvapaus
* EURODAC = EURODAC = EURODAC
* gränskontroll = border control = rajatarkastus


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