Are human rights for migrants? : critical reflections on the status of irregular migrants in Europe and the United States /

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Other Authors: Dembour, Marie-Bénédicte, 1961-, Kelly, Tobias
Format: Book
Published: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2011
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Marie-Bénédicte Dembour and Tobias Kelly
  • The recognition of migrants' rights within the UN human rights system : the first 60 years / Stefanie Grant
  • Irregular migration and frontier deaths : acknowledging a right to identity / Stefanie Grant
  • The constitutional status of irregular migrants : testing the boundaries of human rights protection in Spain and the United States / Cristina M. Rodríguez and Ruth Rubio-Marín
  • A new articulation of human rights, or why the European Court of Human Rights should think beyond Westphalian sovereignty / Galina Cornelisse
  • The French Calaisis : transit zone or dead-end? / Marie-Bénédicte Dembour and Marie Martin
  • 'Not our problem' : why the detention of irregular migrants is not considered a human rights issue in Malta / Daniela Debono
  • Human rights and immigration detention in the United Kingdom / Mary Bosworth
  • The legalization of human rights and the protection of torture survivors : asylum, evidence and disbelief / Tobias Kelly
  • Human rights within one state : dilemmas of personhood in liberal constitutional thought / Linda Bosniak
  • Afterword : the struggle for sans-papiers human rights / Upendra Baxi