Combatting climate change in the Pacific : the role of regional organizations / Marc Williams, Duncan McDuie-Ra
Auteur:Williams, Marc Contributeur:McDuie-Ra, Duncan Editeur:
Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan
136 p. : ill.
Documents dans cette collection:Palgrave Pivot Classification:cdu-neubfl 911.2.82 Identifiant:
3319696467 (ISBN); 9783319696461 (hbk.) (ISBN) No RERO:
Reimagining state and human security beyond borders / Annamarie Bindenagel Sehovic
Auteur:Bindenagel Šehović, Annamarie Editeur:
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan
107 p. : ill.
Documents dans cette collection:Palgrave pivot Sujet LCSH:Citizenship
- Human security Contient:
Intro ; Acknowledgments ; Contents ; Abbreviations ; List of Boxes ; Chapter 1: Introduction: Origins of Human Security ; 1.1 Origins ; 1.2 Emergence of Human Security ; 1.3 Conceptual Overview ; 1.4 Conclusion ; References ; Chapter 2: Human Rights and State Responsibilities ; 2.1 Human Security in Conversation with Sovereignty ; 2.2 Rights and Responsibility ; 2.3 Conclusion ; References ; Chapter 3: States and Citizens: Reciprocal Rights and Responsibilities ; 3.1 Contribution of the GAP ; 3.2 Consequences: (Re)locating Responsibility and Accountability for Human Security
3.2.1 National and International ; 3.2.2 Local and Global ; 3.3 Conclusion ; References ; Chapter 4: Beyond the Binary: Beyond States, Beyond Citizens ; 4.1 Changing Rules of the Game ; 4.2 Caveats: Without Responsibility -- Reneged Rights ; 4.3 Re-poling Governmentality forÂ Order ; 4.4 State/Sub-State/Supra-State ; 4.4.1 Low-Order Human Security ; 4.4.2 High-Order Human Security ; 4.5 Military ; 4.6 Conclusion ; References ; Chapter 5: Re-Bordering State Responsibilities and Human Rights ; 5.1 Borders ; 5.2 Bordering Health ; 5.3 Migrating Citizens(ships): Mitigating Human (In)Securities ; 5.4 Conclusion
This book delves into the diffuse relationship between states, citizens, and non-citizens. It explores the theoretical heritage of human security and identifies practical responses to the (re)negotiated relationships between states and citizens, responsibility and accountability. It argues that the changes to global order since the 1990s have resulted in a divergence from the understanding of the State as the arbiter within its territory, and as the guarantor of (human) security within its borders. In addition, while interventionist actions of various non-state actors to implement material guarantees of (human) security reaching both citizens and non-citizens (including refugees) have solved some immediate problems, they have not answered the question of where accountability ultimately lies.
Includes bibliographical references and index
Classification:neu-sfm Border controls neu-sfm Citizenship neu-sfm Human Rights neu-sfm Health neu-sfm HIV Identifiant:
3319720678 (ISBN); 9783319720678 (ISBN) No RERO:
The criminal victimization of immigrants / William F. McDonald
Auteur:McDonald, William F. (William Frank), 1943- Editeur:
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan
135 p. : ill.
Palgrave studies in victims and victimology
Documents dans cette collection:Palgrave pivot
- Palgrave studies in victims and victimology Sujet LCSH:Alien criminals
- Criminal justice, Administration of
- Emigration and immigration
- Immigrants -- Crimes against Contient:
The immigrant as victim: the minimal research -- Theories of criminal victimization -- The criminal victimization of immigrants: a meta survey -- Exploiting immigrant vulnerability -- Anti-immigrant hate crime -- Domestic violence/intimate partner violence/wife battering -- The global prohibition regime against trafficking in persons: understanding the limited results -- Conclusions
This book offers a comprehensive examination of the many forms of victimization of immigrants, including trafficking in persons for sexual exploitation and forced labor ; assaulting, robbing and raping ; refusing to pay wages ; renting illegal living space that violates health codes ; and domestic abuse both in general, and in particular, of mail-order brides. McDonald examines a broad range of quantitative and qualitative data from historical and international sources including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Britain, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, and Spain. He writes with a view to correcting myths about the relationship between immigrants and crime, noting that immigrants are more likely to become victims than offenders. The book outlines the multiple forms and contexts in which immigrants are victimized, exploited, and harmed. Reviewing micro- and macro-level victimological and sociological theories as they apply to patterns and forms of immigrants' victimization, this study ultimately seeks to understand reasons for which immigrants are victimized by their own kind, and by persons outside their community.-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references (pages 109-126) and index
Classification:neu-sfm Human smuggling neu-sfm Criminal behaviour neu-sfm Domestic violence neu-sfm Trafficking of women neu-sfm Victimization neu-sfm Sexual violence neu-sfm Irregular migration Identifiant:
3319690612 (ISBN); 9783319690612 (ISBN) No RERO: