20 March 2017

New Issue of RSQ

The latest issue of Refugee Survey Quarterly (RSQ) has been published. The theme is "'Undesirable and Unreturnable' Aliens in Asylum and Immigration Law." Contents of vol. 36, no. 1, March 2017 include:
  • The Emperor’s New Clothing: National Responses to “Undesirable and Unreturnable” Aliens under Asylum and Immigration Law [abstract]
  • “Undesirable and Unreturnable” in the United Kingdom [abstract] [conf. paper]
  • Undesirable and Unreturnable Migrants under French Law: Between Legal Uncertainty and Legal Limbo [abstract]
  • Undesirable but Unreturnable Migrants in the Netherlands [abstract] [conf. paper]
  • The Indefinite Detention of Undesirable and Unreturnable Third-Country Nationals in Greece [abstract]
  • Against All Odds: Turkey’s Response to “Undesirable but Unreturnable” Asylum-Seekers [abstract]
  • Invisible People: Suspected LTTE Members in the Special Refugee Camps of Tamil Nadu [abstract]
  • Detention and Delusion in Australia’s Kafkaesque Refugee Law [abstract] [eprint]
  • Unwanted but Unremovable: Canada's Treatment of “Criminal” Migrants Who Cannot be Removed [abstract]

These studies stem from a research project run jointly by the Refugee Law Initiative and the Center for International Criminal Justice. Follow the link for information about the preliminary workshop and international conference that were held to explore this issue.

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