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Research Handbook on the Law and Politics of Migration

Edited by: Catherine Dauvergne

ISBN13: 9781789902259
Published: April 2021
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £180.00



As the law and politics of migration become increasingly intertwined, this thought-provoking Research Handbook addresses the challenge of analysing their relationship. Discussing the evolving theoretical approaches to migration, it explores the growing attention given to the legal frameworks for migration and the expansion of regulation, as migration moves to the centre of the global political agenda.

The Research Handbook demonstrates that the overlap between law and politics puts the rule of law at risk in matters of migration as advocates around the globe increasingly turn to law to address the challenges of new migration politics. Presenting a fresh mapping of current issues in the field, it focusses on institutions of migration and analyses the securitization of migration management and the strengths and weaknesses of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.

Written by leading scholars specialising in a range of disciplines, the Research Handbook on the Law and Politics of Migration will be an illuminating read for academics and students of migration studies with backgrounds in law, politics, criminology, sociology, history, geography and beyond.

Subjects:
Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Contents:
1. Introduction to the Research Handbook on the Law and Politics of Migration : law, politics, and the spaces between
Catherine Dauvergne
PART I. FRAMING THE LAW AND POLITICS OF MIGRATION
2. The politics of migration law: interests, ideas, and institutions
Irene Bloemraad
3. Unsettling migration studies: indigeneity and immigration in settler colonial states
Antje Ellermann and Ben O’Heran
4. Migration politics at the meso-level
Erin Aeran Chung
5. The problem of boundaries: the constitution and the meaning of citizenship
Asha Kaushal
6. The trilemma of Canadian migrant worker policy: facilitating employer access while protecting the Canadian labour market and addressing migrant worker exploitation
Sarah Marsden, Eric Tucker, and Leah F. Vosko
PART II. INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR EVOLUTION
7. Immigration enforcement: why does it matter who is in charge?
Karine Côté-Boucher and Mireille Paquet
8. On public sanctuary: exploring the nature of refuge in precarious times
Laura Madokoro
9. The shift towards increased citizen-driven migration in Canada
Shauna Labman and Sarah Zell
10. Closing the gap: official statistics on the migration on unaccompanied migrant children across the Mediterranean
Luna Vives and Kira Williams
11. Big tech and migration management
Rebecca Hamlin
12. The power of politics: exploring the true potential of community sponsorship programmes
Jennifer Bond
PART III. THE POLITICS OF COURTS
13. The geopolitics of knowledge production in international migration law
Thomas Spijkerboer
14. The West and the Muslim refugee: legitimacy, legality and loss
Satvinder S. Juss
15. Populism and the failure to acknowledge the human rights of migrants
Donald Galloway
16. Manufacturing foreigners: the law and politics of transforming citizens into migrants
Michelle Foster and Jade Roberts
PART IV. EXAMINING THE SHARP END OF STATE POWER
17. Immigration detention and the production of race in the UK
Mary Bosworth
18. Fast-track, accelerated, and expedited asylum procedures as a tool of exclusion
Daniel Ghezelbash
19. Immigration detention in the age of COVID-19
Efrat Arbel and Molly Joeck
20. Protection, crime, and punishment: regulation at the nexus of crimmigration and refugee law
Anthea Vogl
21. Privacy rights at the Canadian border: judicial assumptions and the limits of the Charter
Benjamin Goold
PART V. THE CHALLENGE OF INTERNATIONAL GOVERNANCE
22. Re-defining the international refugee regime: UNHCR, UNRWA, and the challenge of multigenerational protracted refugee situations
Yasmeen Abu-Laban
23. Knowledge controversies of global migration governance: understanding the controversy surrounding the Global Compact
Scott D. Watson and Corey Robinson
24. The Global Compact for Migration as social theodicy
Colin Grey
25. Why the Sustainable Development Goals? Examining international co-operation on migration
Elspeth Guild
26. Global migration governance and migrant rights advocacy: the flexibilization of multi-stakeholder negotiations
Jenna Hennebry and Nicola Piper
Index