Guia, Maria João

Immigration Detention, Risk and Human Rights

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Table of contents

1. Sovereign Bias, Crimmigration, and Risk
Robert Koulish

2. Sovereign Discomfort: Can Liberal Norms Lead to Increasing Immigration Detention?
Michael Flynn

3. Immigration Detention, Risk and Human Rights in the Law of the European Union. Lessons from the Returns Directive
Valsamis Mitsilegas

4. Immigration Detention and Non-removability Before the European Court of Human Rights
Marloes Anne Vrolijk

5. Immigration Detention: An Instrument in the Fight Against Illegal Immigration or a Tool for Its Management?
Galina Cornelisse

6. Trapped Between Administrative Detention, Imprisonment, and Freedom-in-Limbo
Charles Gosme

7. Immunity from Criminal Prosecution and Consular Assistance to the Foreign Detainee According the International Human Rights Law
Larissa Leite

8. Understanding Immigration Detention in the UK and Europe
Elspeth Guild

9. Women’s Immigration Detention in Greece: Gender, Control and Capacity
Mary Bosworth, Andriani Fili, Sharon Pickering

10. Changing Practices Regarding the Implementation of Entry Bans in Belgian Migration Policy Since 1980
Steven Ridder, Maartje Woude

11. Crimmigration Policies and the Great Recession: Analysis of the Spanish Case
José Ángel Brandariz García

12. “Immigrants as Detainees”: Some Reflections Based on Abyssal Thinking and Other Critical Approaches
Katia Cardoso

13. Mandatory Immigration Detention for U.S. Crimes: The Noncitizen Presumption of Dangerousness
Mark Noferi

14. Let Us In: An Argument for the Right to Visitation in U.S. Immigration Detention
Christina M. Fialho

15. Who Wants to Go to Arizona? A Brief Survey of Criminalization of Immigration Law in the U.S. Context
Gabriel Haddad Teixeira

Keywords: Law, Human Rights, Private International Law, International & Foreign Law, Comparative Law, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Migration, International Criminal Law

Publication year
1st ed. 2016
Page amount
17 pages
Upbringing, Education
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