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Titre The criminalization of migration : context and consequences / edited by Idil Atak and James C. Simeon.
Éditeur Montreal : McGill-Queens's University Press, [2018]
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Collection McGill-Queen's refugee and forced migration studies ; 1
McGill-Queen's refugee and forced migration studies ; 1
Sujet anglais Emigration and immigration -- History -- 21st century
Emigration and immigration -- Government policy
Refugees -- History -- 21st century
Refugees -- Government policy
Alien criminals -- Government policy -- Canada
Illegal aliens -- Government policy -- Canada
Crime -- Government policy -- Canada
Human rights -- Government policy -- Canada
Crime and globalization -- Government policy -- Canada
Emigration and immigration law -- Canada -- Criminal provisions
Canada -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy
Sujet français Émigration et immigration -- Histoire -- 21e siècle
Émigration et immigration -- Politique gouvernementale
Réfugiés -- Histoire -- 21e siècle
Réfugiés -- Politique gouvernementale
Criminels étrangers -- Politique gouvernementale -- Canada
Immigrants clandestins -- Politique gouvernementale -- Canada
Criminalité -- Politique gouvernementale -- Canada
Droits de l'homme (Droit international) -- Politique gouvernementale -- Canada
Criminalité et mondialisation -- Politique gouvernementale -- Canada
Émigration et immigration -- Droit -- Canada -- Droit pénal
Canada -- Émigration et immigration -- Politique gouvernementale
Collaboration Atak, Idil, editor
Simeon, James C., editor
Description xv, 423 pages ; 23 cm.
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references and index.
Dépouillement Foreword : protecting the human rights of migrants as part of a long-term strategic vision on mobility and diversity / François Crépeau -- Introduction : the criminalization of migration -- context and consequences / Idil Atak and James C. Simeon -- The (mis-)uses of analogy : constructing and challenging crimmigration in Canada / Graham Hudson -- Treating the symptom, ignoring the cause : recent people muggling developments in Canada and around the world / Angus Grant -- Anti-trafficking and exclusion : reinforcing Canadian boundaries through human rights discourse / Julie Kaye -- Recent jurisprudential trends in the interpretation of complicity in Article 1F(a) Crimes / Nancy Weisman -- An analysis of post-ezokola and JS jurisprudence on exclusion / Lorne Waldman and Warda Shazadi Meighen -- The interpretation of exclusion 1F(b) of the 1951 Refugee Convention internationally and in Canada / Joseph Rikhof -- Attrition through enforcement and the deportations of Syrians from Jordan and Turkey / Petra Molnar -- Is the US gaming refugee status for central Americans? A study of the refugee status determination process for central American women and their children / Galya Ben-Arieh -- A population takes flight : the Irish famine migration in Boston, Montreal, and Liverpool, and the politics of marginalization and criminalization / Dan Horner -- Back to the future : shifts in Canadian refugee policy over four decades / Peter Goodspeed -- Scoping the range of initiatives for protecting the employment and labour rights of illegalized migrants in Canada and abroad / Charity-Ann Hannan and Harald Bauder -- Progress towards a common European asylum system? The migration crisis in Europe / Judith Gleeson -- Conclusions : beyond context and consequences : countering the "criminalization of migration" through the promotion of the human rights of migrants / James C. Simeon and Idil Atak
Résumé With over 240 million migrants in the world, including over 65 million forced migrants and refuggees, states have turned to draconian measures to stem the flow of irregular migration, including the criminalization of migration itself. Canada, perceived as a nation of immigrants and touted as one of the most generous countries in the world today for its reception of refugees, has not been immune from these practices. This book examines the "crimmigration" -- the criminalization of migration -- from national and comparative perspectives, drawing attention to the increasing use of criminal law measures, public policies, and practices that stigmatize or diminish the rights of forced migrants and regugees within a dominant public discourse that not only steoreotypes and criminalizes but marginalized forced migrants. -- Provided by publisher
ISBN 9780773554450
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 SAINT-LÉONARD - Adultes - Documentaires    305.9 CRI  DISPONIBLE
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