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Current Challenges in Migration Policy and Law
Current Challenges in Migration Policy and Law

Author(s): Anita C. Butera, Secil Ertorer, Süreyya Sönmez Efe, Melina Duarte, Giulia Manccini Pinheiro, Carsten Schäfer, Annalisa Geraci, Roila Mavrouli
Contributor(s): Emília Lana de Freitas Castro (Editor), Sergio Maia Tavares Marques (Editor)
Subject(s): Politics, Geography, Regional studies, Applied Geography, Civil Law, International Law, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Governance, Labor relations, Security and defense, Policy, planning, forecast and speculation, Migration Studies
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Italy; Turkey; Austria; migration; policy; law; EU; climate change; China; human rights; migrant workers;
Summary/Abstract: This book emerges from those fruitful discussions as a collection of some of the matters presented, whose authors have virtuously stood out. Just as the previous books that arose from other TMC editions, Current Challenges in Migration Policy and Law, gives the opportunity not only to experienced professors and researches but especially to young scholars to divulge their studies and present their experiences in the various research fields migration can be discussed, rethought and further developed. We are thankful to Transnational Press London as it believed in our aspirations as editors and it stimulated us to be protagonists in the process of editing and building up this book the way we believed it would contribute to the current discussions on migration. As scholars and young researchers, we are delighted by this opportunity created by Professor Sirkeci. “International migration is one of the most challenging and critical factors shaping the future of societies and economies today. Its accumulated complexity challenges academics, politicians, professionals and citizens. Bringing together the voices of authors from diverse countries and backgrounds, belonging to a new generation of researchers, this book brings new clues to understand how modern policies are built and new tools to act for a better world.” ,  João Peixoto, Lisbon School of Economics and Management (ISEG), Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal, Contents INTRODUCTION Emília Lana de Freitas Castro and Sergio Maia Tavares Marques CHAPTER 1. RESTRICTIVE ASYLUM POLICIES AND REFLECTIONS IN THE LABOUR MARKET: THE CASES OF ITALY AND TURKEY Anita C. Butera and Secil Ertorer CHAPTER 2. HOW FAR DO MORAL VALUES SHAPE THE LEGAL TERMINOLOGY USED IN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS CONCERNING MIGRANT WORKERS? Sureyya Sonmez Efe CHAPTER 3. A HUMAN RIGHT TO RELOCATE: THE CASE FOR CLIMATE MIGRANTS Melina Duarte CHAPTER 4. CLIMATE CHANGE MIGRATION AS AN ADAPTATION STRATEGY: THE ADAPTATION APPROACH THEORY AND THE PARIS AGREEMENT Giulia Manccini Pinheiro CHAPTER 5. WHOSE DIASPORA? RETHINKING DIASPORA POLITICS: CHINA’S OVERSEAS CHINESE ENGAGEMENT IN TRANSNATIONAL SPACES Carsten Schäfer CHAPTER 6. “OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND”. MANAGING MIGRATION FLOWS WITH TURKEY AS A “SAFE THIRD COUNTRY”? Annalisa Geraci CHAPTER 7. SOFT LAW, EFFECTIVENESS OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND MIGRATION: HOW EFFECTIVE ARE MIGRANTS’ FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN AN ERA OF EUROPEAN GOVERNANCE? Roila Mavrouli

  • E-ISBN-13: 978-1-910781-77-7
  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-1-910781-77-7
  • Page Count: 120
  • Publication Year: 2020
  • Language: English
RESTRICTIVE ASYLUM POLICIES AND REFLECTIONS IN THE LABOUR MARKET: THE CASES OF ITALY AND TURKEY

RESTRICTIVE ASYLUM POLICIES AND REFLECTIONS IN THE LABOUR MARKET: THE CASES OF ITALY AND TURKEY
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HOW FAR DO MORAL VALUES SHAPE THE LEGAL TERMINOLOGY USED IN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS CONCERNING MIGRANT WORKERS?

HOW FAR DO MORAL VALUES SHAPE THE LEGAL TERMINOLOGY USED IN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS CONCERNING MIGRANT WORKERS?
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A HUMAN RIGHT TO RELOCATE: THE CASE FOR CLIMATE MIGRANTS

A HUMAN RIGHT TO RELOCATE: THE CASE FOR CLIMATE MIGRANTS
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CLIMATE CHANGE MIGRATION AS AN ADAPTATION STRATEGY: THE ADAPTATION APPROACH THEORY AND THE PARIS AGREEMENT

CLIMATE CHANGE MIGRATION AS AN ADAPTATION STRATEGY: THE ADAPTATION APPROACH THEORY AND THE PARIS AGREEMENT
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WHOSE DIASPORA? RETHINKING DIASPORA POLITICS: CHINA’S OVERSEAS CHINESE ENGAGEMENT IN TRANSNATIONAL SPACES

WHOSE DIASPORA? RETHINKING DIASPORA POLITICS: CHINA’S OVERSEAS CHINESE ENGAGEMENT IN TRANSNATIONAL SPACES
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“OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND”. MANAGING MIGRATION FLOWS WITH TURKEY AS A “SAFE THIRD COUNTRY”?

“OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND”. MANAGING MIGRATION FLOWS WITH TURKEY AS A “SAFE THIRD COUNTRY”?
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SOFT LAW, EFFECTIVENESS OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND MIGRATION: HOW EFFECTIVE ARE MIGRANTS’ FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN AN ERA OF EUROPEAN GOVERNANCE?

SOFT LAW, EFFECTIVENESS OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND MIGRATION: HOW EFFECTIVE ARE MIGRANTS’ FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN AN ERA OF EUROPEAN GOVERNANCE?
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