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Migration and International Legal Norms

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Edited by: T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Vincent Chetail

ISBN13: 9789067041577
ISBN: 9067041572
Published: March 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
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This volume provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the source and scope of international law on migration. It explores international norms on state authority to regulate migration, freedom of movement, forced migration, human rights, family unification, trafficking and smuggling of migrants, national security, rescue at sea, health, development, integration, and nationality. Migration and International Legal Norms shows that, despite the absence of a comprehensive legal instrument governing international migration, there is a wide range of legal norms relevant to migration embodied in multilateral treaties and conventions, regional agreements, and customary international law. It also identifies some significant gaps in international law, recommending areas for further cooperative efforts. This volume will be of interest to scholars and policy-makers, and to all those interested in how the community of nations is responding to the increasingly significant phenomenon of international migration.

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Public International Law
Foreword Jean-Daniel Gerber and Brunson McKinley
List of abbreviations
Part I. Introduction:
1. International Legal Norms and Migration: A Report T. Alexander Aleinikoff
Part II. State Authority and Responsibility:
2. The Authority and Responsibility of States David A. Martin
3. Freedom of Movement and Transnational Migrations: A Human Rights Perspective Vincent Chetail
4. Return of Persons to States of Origin and Third States Gregor Noll
5. Nationality Kay Hailbronner
6. Migration and Security in International Law David Fisher, Susan Martin, and Andrew Schoenholtz
Part III. Forced Migration
7. Forced Migration and International Law Guy S. Goodwin-Gill and Kathleen Newland
8. The Protection of Asylum-Seekers and Refugees Rescued at Sea Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
9. Combating Migrant Smuggling and Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women: The Normative Framework Re-appraised Vitit Muntarbhorn
Part IV. Human Rights of Migrants:
10. The Human Rights of Migrants Joan Fitzpatrick
11. Family unity Kate Jastram
12. Children, Migration and International Norms Jacqueline Bhabha
Part V. Labor, Trade and Development:
13. Labor migration Virginia Leary
14. Trade Law Norms on International Migration Steve Charnovitz
15. Development and migration B. S. Chimni
Part VI. Emerging topics:
16. Human Rights and the Integration of Migrants Walter Kalin
17. Health and Migration: The Human Rights and Legal Context Peter van Krieken
Part VII. International Cooperative Efforts:
18. Illustration of Multilateral, Regional and Bilateral Cooperative Arrangements in the Management of Migration International Organization for Migration
Basic Instruments on International Migration Law.