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Beyond Borders: The Human Rights of Non-Citizens at Home and Abroad

Edited by: Molly Katrina Land, Kathryn Rae Libal, Jillian Robin Chambers

ISBN13: 9781108843171
To be Published: September 2021
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00



States have long denied basic rights to non-citizens within their borders, and international law imposes only limited duties on states with respect to those fleeing persecution. But even the limited rights previously enjoyed by non-citizens are eroding in the face of rising nationalism, populism, xenophobia, and racism. Beyond Borders explores what obligations we owe to those outside our political community. Drawing on contributions from a broad variety of disciplines – from literature to political science to philosophy – the volume considers the failures of law and politics to guarantee rights for the most vulnerable and attempts to imagine new forms of belonging grounded in ideas of solidarity, empathy, and responsibility in order to identify a more robust basis for the protection of non-citizens at home and abroad.

Subjects:
Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Contents:
1. Introduction: The Human Rights of Non-Citizens
Part I. The Failure of Rights
Molly K. Land, Kathryn Libal and Jillian Chambers:
2. The Unmaking of Citizens: Shifting Borders of Belonging
Kristy A. Belton and Jamie Chai Yun Liew
3. Zero Humanity: The Reality of Current US Immigration Policy Toward Central American Refugee Children and Their Families
Jacqueline Bhabha
4. Australia's Extraterritorial Border Control Policies
Azadeh Dastyari and Asher Hirsch
5. Protection Through Revisionism? UNHCR, Statistical Reporting, and the Representation of Stateless People
Brad K. Blitz
6. Reflections on Anti-Immigration Narratives and the Establishment of Global Apartheid
Yajaira Ceciliano-Navarro, Tanya Golash-Boza and Luis Rubén González
Part II. Belonging Across Borders:
7. Imagining New Forms of Belonging: The Futurity of the Stateless
Eleni Coundouriotis
8. 'Either I Close My Eyes or I Don't': The Evolution of Rights in Encounters Between Sovereign Power and 'Rightless' Migrants
Daniel Kanstroom
9. Do Non-Citizens Have a Right to Have Economic Rights? Locke, Smith, Hayek, and Arendt on Economic Rights
Serena Parekh
10. Human Rights Are Not Enough: Understanding Noncitizenship and Noncitizens in Their Own Right
Tendayi Bloom
11. Uncertainty and Educational Mismatch: Schooling and Life Pursuits in Contexts of Illegalization
Susan Bibler Coutin
12. Constructing Human Rights: State Power and Migrant Silence
Jaya Ramji-Nogales