Child Refugee Asylum as a Basic Human Right: Selected Case Law on State Resistance 1st ed. 2018 [Kõva köide]

  • Formaat: Hardback, 245 pages, kõrgus x laius: 235x155 mm, kaal: 3888 g, XI, 245 p., 1 Hardback
  • Ilmumisaeg: 04-Jun-2018
  • Kirjastus: Springer International Publishing AG
  • ISBN-10: 3319780115
  • ISBN-13: 9783319780115
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 245 pages, kõrgus x laius: 235x155 mm, kaal: 3888 g, XI, 245 p., 1 Hardback
  • Ilmumisaeg: 04-Jun-2018
  • Kirjastus: Springer International Publishing AG
  • ISBN-10: 3319780115
  • ISBN-13: 9783319780115
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This book addresses the intersection of various domains of international law (refugee law, human rights law including child rights international law and humanitarian law) in terms of the implications for State obligations to child refugee asylum seekers in particular; both as collectives and as individual persons. How these State obligations have been interpreted and translated into practice in different jurisdictions is explored through selected problematic significant cases. Further, various threats to refugee children realizing their asylum rights, including refoulement of these children through State extraterritorial and pushback migration control strategies, are highlighted through selected case law. The argument is made that child refugee asylum seekers must not be considered, in theory or in practice, beyond the protection of the law if the international rule of law grounded on respect for human dignity and human rights is in fact to prevail.
1 Introduction: Contesting Barriers to Child Refugee Asylum
1(16)
Literature, Materials and Cases
13(4)
2 The Intersection of Collective and Individual Child Refugee Asylum Seeker Rights
17(54)
2.1 An Overview: Individual Refugee Rights Predicated on Collective Refugee and Human Rights
17(13)
2.2 Media Efforts to `Humanize' the Refugee Asylum Seeking Collective Through Profiling of Individual Suffering
30(5)
2.3 Negation of Child Asylum Seekers' Collective Rights as `Children' and as `Refugees' as a Vehicle to Denial of Their Individual Human Rights
35(36)
2.3.1 Case I: Tarakhel, Mubilanzila Mayeka and Kaniki Mitunga v. Belgium (European Court of Human Rights)
35(15)
2.3.2 Case 2: AM (Afghanistan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (and Lord Chancellor as Intervenor), UK Court of Appeal (Civil Division) Royal Courts of Justice, London
50(4)
2.3.3 Case 3: JA (Child: Risk of Persecution-Nigeria) v UK Secretary of State for the Home Department, UK Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber (IAC)
54(11)
2.3.4 Case 4: Khadra Hassan Farah, Mahad Dahir Buraleh, Hodan Dahir Buraleh Immigration Refugee Board of Canada
65(3)
Literature, Materials and Cases
68(3)
3 `Pushback' and `Extraterritorial Collective Migration Control Measures' Imposed on Child Refugee Asylum Seekers
71(44)
3.1 Introduction: `Refoulement' by Any Other Name Is Still `Refoulement'
71(2)
3.2 The Right to Asylum Where the State Exercises `Pushback' or `Extraterritorial Control' and Denial of Asylum Amounts to Inhuman and/or Degrading Treatment and/or Torture
73(42)
3.2.1 Case 1: SSHD (UK Secretary of State of the Home Department) v ZAT (Syria) Court of Appeal (Civil Division) UK Royal Courts of Justice, London
73(29)
3.2.2 Case 2: The Queen on the Application of MK, IK (a Child by His Litigation Friend MK) and HK (a Child by Her Litigation Friend MK) v UK SSHD, UK Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber, Judicial Review Decision
102(11)
Literature, Materials and Cases
113(2)
4 `Unaccompanied Child Refugee Asylum Seekers' as a Persecuted `Social Group'
115(42)
4.1 A Cycle of Persecution for `Child Refugee Asylum Seekers' Relating to Their Social Group Status
115(7)
4.2 More on the Contentious Notion of Persecution Relating to `Membership of a Particular Social Group'
122(5)
4.3 Case 1: AA v [ UK] SSHD and Wolverhampton City Council (Interested Party) UK High Court of Justice, Queens Bench (Administrative Court)
127(9)
4.3.1 The Facts
127(1)
4.3.2 The Arguments of the Parties
128(3)
4.3.3 The Court's Assessment
131(2)
4.3.4 Commentary on AA v [ UK] SSHD and Wolverhampton City Council (Interested Party) UK High Court of Justice, Queens Bench (Administrative Court)
133(3)
4.4 Case 2: Abdullahi Elmi and Aweys Abubakar v Malta (European Court of Human Rights, Chamber Judgment)
136(21)
4.4.1 The Facts
136(2)
4.4.2 The Court's Assessment
138(12)
4.4.3 Current Situation in Malta, and New EU Agreements Criticized as Violating the Principle of Non-Refoulement
150(3)
4.4.4 Further Comment: Collective Refugee Control Measures in Selected Western European States
153(1)
Literature, Materials and Cases
154(3)
5 Child Refugees and Recent U.S. Migration Control Strategies
157(68)
5.1 Unaccompanied Child Refugee Asylum Seekers from Central America and Mexico
157(33)
5.1.1 Child Victims of Political or Gang Violence as Convention Refugees
157(6)
5.1.2 Denial of Legal Assistance to Child Refugee Asylum Seekers (a Violation of CRC Article 12)
163(3)
5.1.3 Case 1: J.E. F.M. v. Lynch (U.S. Attorney General) et al., United States Federal Court of Appeals for the Ninth District
166(24)
5.2 Some Historical Background Regarding the Treatment Accorded by the U.S. to Refugee Asylum Seekers from Central America: United States v Aguilar
190(2)
5.3 The United States' `In-Country' Refugee Processing for Minors in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala (Central American Minors---CAM)
192(4)
5.4 U.S. Border Control: On Whether There Is U.S. `Outsourcing' of `Refoulement' of Unaccompanied Minors from Central America and Mexico
196(5)
5.5 The `Bona Fide Relationship to the U.S.' Rule in U.S. Refugee Policy
201(24)
5.5.1 Re-Considering the Legal Viability of the USSC `Bona Fide Relationship to the U.S.' Rule as Applied to Refugees
205(2)
5.5.2 The Refugee's `Bona Fide Relationship with a U.S. Legal Entity': U.S. Resettlement of Refugees and the Trump Travel Ban
207(7)
5.5.3 Concluding Remarks
214(5)
Literature, Materials and Cases
219(6)
6 In Defence of Non-Refoulement
225(14)
6.1 Introduction
225(4)
6.2 Case 1: Reconsidering the Judgment in X and X v. Belgium (European Court of Justice, Grand Chamber Judgment)
229(10)
6.2.1 The Facts
229(1)
6.2.2 Commentary on X and X v. Belgium (European Court of Justice, Grand Chamber Judgment)
230(6)
Literature, Materials and Cases
236(3)
Index 239

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