Children S Rights And Refugee Law

Author: Samantha Arnold
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138052710
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Children, childhood and refugee law -- International children's rights Law -- Children in the development of refugee law -- A children's rights approach to refugee law -- Constructing a children's rights approach: the application of ...

The Child In International Refugee Law

Author: Jason M. Pobjoy
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107175364
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Objective Credibility Assessment in Refugee Status Determination' (2003) 17
Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 367 Kagan, M, 'Refugee Credibility
Assessment and the “Religious Imposter” Problem: A Case Study of Eritrean ... L,
'The Weight of the Child's Views (Article 12 of the Convention on the Rights of the
Child)' (2010) 18 International Journal of Children's Rights 501 Lambert, H, 'The
European Court of Human Rights and the Rights of Refugees and Other Persons
in Need ...

Textbook On Immigration And Asylum Law

Author: Gina Clayton
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198747551
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A Review of the Development of the Refugee Convention in England' Journal of
Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 11–25. Krivenko, E. (
2010) 'Muslim Women's Claims to Refugee Status within the Context of Child
Custody upon Divorce under Islamic Law' International Journal of Refugee Law
vol. 22, no.1, pp. 48–71. Lambert, Helene (2001) 'The Conceptualisation of “
Persecution” by the House of Lords: Horvath v SSHD' International Journal of
Refugee Law ...

Fragmented State Power And Forced Migration

Author: Eeva Nyk Nen
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004228845
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context of refugee status determination, standards flowing from these two
Conventions would facilitate perceiving gender and age-specifijic forms of harm
as persecution. Moreover, on the basis of more recent developments in human
rights law, to the list of relevant human rights instruments not contained in
Hathaway's original account should be added at least the UN Convention on the
Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Like the CEDAW in the case of women and
the CRC in the ...

Foundations Of International Migration Law

Author: Brian Opeskin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107017718
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In the post—war years, under the auspices of the United Nations, the
international community concluded a raft of treaties address— ing migration
related problems, including the plight of refugees (at first in Europe, but later
more generally),17 ... Many of these specialised instru— ments reformulated
norms that had evolved elsewhere — for example, the Convention on the Rights
of the Child (1989) proclaims the right of every child to registration at birth, a
name and a nationality (art.

Contemporary Issues In Refugee Law

Author: Satvinder Singh Juss
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1782547665
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drawing on the CRC – the most authoritative articulation of the obligations that a
state owes to a child – as an aid to inform the interpretation of the Convention
definition in claims involving children. The alignment of international refugee law
with international human rights law is generally attributed to the work of James
Hathaway, who in The Law of Refugee Status advances a vision of refugee law
linked to the emerging corpus of international human rights law.158 Although
Hathaway ...

Rutter S Child And Adolescent Psychiatry

Author: Anita Thapar
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118381882
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Many have to live in refugee camps and the instability and greater experience of
cumulative adverse events appear to place children in these situations at
particularly high risk of psychological difficulty (Reed et al., 2012). ... Those who
migrate to a different country to escape persecution are typically described by the
broad term “refugees,” although in many countries “refugee” has a more specific
legal meaning denoting someone who has applied for and been granted political

The Long March To The West

Author: Michel Korinman
ISBN: 9780853037811
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Twenty-first Century Migration in Europe and the Greater Mediterranean Area
Michel Korinman, John Laughland. Information Sources (2002) <web.
/www/migration>. Turton, D., 'Conceptualising Forced Migration", Working Paper
No. 12 (London: Refugee Study Centre, 2003). Selected Legal Instruments for
International Migrations 1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights 2. Convention
on Prevention and Punishment of Crime of Genocide — 1948 3- International
Labour ...

Children And Global Conflict

Author: Kim Huynh
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107038847
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Examines how children, armed conflict and the international community interact in the twenty-first century.

Children And Youth At Risk

Author: National Association of Child Care Workers (South Africa). Conference
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In spite of this background of circumstances, there is the greater call of "Children
first", awakening inter-agency and inter-country co-operation, supported by
popular participation, in which we are to recognise children's rights and not to
treat them as "objects of pity". The problem My brief definition of 'child' as
perceived by most countries and contained in the convention, is a person below
the age of 18 years unless under the law applicable to the child, majority is
attained earlier.