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Fundamental rights challenges in border controls and expulsion of irregular immigrants in the European Union : complaint mechanisms and access to justice / edited by Sergio Carrera and Marco Stefan
Auteur:Carrera, Sergio; Stefan, Marco Editeur:
Abingdon ; New York : Routledge
Routledge studies in human rights
Documents dans cette collection:Routledge studies in human rights Sujet LCSH:Deportation -- European Union countries -- Case studies
- Illegal aliens -- Government policy -- European Union countries -- Case studies
- Illegal aliens -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Case studies
- European Union countries -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy -- Case studies Contient:
Introduction : justicing Europe's frontiers : effective access to justice in bordering and expulsion policies / Sergio Carrera and Marco Stefan -- Keeping up appearances : dubious legality and migration control at the peripheral borders of Europe : the cases of Ceuta and Melilla / Ana López-Sala -- Deportations without the right to complaint : cases from Spain / Iker Barbero and Mariona Illamola-Dausà -- Hungary at the border of populism and asylum / Judit Tóth -- Access to effective remedies for foreigners affected by decisions, actions or inactions of the Polish Border Guard / Maja Łysienia -- Human rights violations in deportation cases : Austrian law and reality / Ulrike Brandl -- Police accountability and human rights in Italy / Giuseppe Campesi -- Search and rescue and disembarkation in the Mediterranean / Sergio Carrera and Roberto Cortinovis -- Border management at the external Schengen borders : border controls, return operations and obstacles to effective remedies in Greece / Aikaterini Drakopoulou, Alexandros Konstantinou and Dimitris Koros -- A practical evaluation of border activities in Romania : control, surveillance and expulsions / Madalina Moraru and Nica Felicia -- Complaint mechanism during return flights : the European border and coast guard agency / Jari Pirjola -- Mechanisms to prevent pushbacks in the European Union / Tineke Strik -- Human rights complaints at international borders or during expulsion procedures : international, European and EU standards / Sergio Carrera and Marco Stefan
"This edited volume examines the extent to which the various authorities and actors currently performing border management and expulsion-related tasks are subject to accountability mechanisms capable of delivering effective remedies and justice for abuses suffered by migrants and asylum seekers. Member States of the European Union and State Parties to the Council of Europe are under the obligation to establish complaint mechanisms allowing immigrants and/or asylum seekers to seek effective remedies in cases where their rights are violated. This book sheds light on the complaint bodies and procedures existing and available in Austria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Poland, and Romania. It assesses their role in overseeing, investigating and redressing cases of human rights violations deriving from violent border and immigration management practices, and expedited expulsion procedures. This book therefore provides an assessment of the practical, legal, and procedural challenges that affect the possibility to lodge complaints and access remedies for human rights violations suffered at the hand of the law enforcement authorities and other security actors operating at land, air, and sea borders, or participating in expulsions procedures - in particular, joint return flights. The volume will be of key interest to students, scholars and practitioners working on human rights, migration and borders, international law, European law and security studies, EU politics and more broadly international relations"
Includes bibliographical references and index
Classification:neu-sfm Border controls neu-sfm Irregular migration neu-sfm Expulsion neu-sfm Human Rights neu-sfm Deportation neu-sfm Human rights violations neu-sfm Law neu-sfm Migration policy neu-sfm Austria neu-sfm Greece neu-sfm Hungary neu-sfm Italy neu-sfm Spain neu-sfm Poland neu-sfm Romania neu-sfm European Union neu-sfm Asylum seekers neu-sfm Detention neu-sfm Human rights instruments neu-sfm Legal aspects Identifiant:
9780367195809 (hardback) (ISBN) No RERO:
Refugee news, refugee politics : journalism, public opinion and policymaking in Europe / ed. by Giovanna Dell'Orto and Irmgard Wetzstein
Auteur:Dell'Orto, Giovanna Editeur:
New York, NY : Routledge
228 p. : ill.
Sujet LCSH:Public opinion -- European Union countries
- Refugees -- Government policy -- European Union countries
- Refugees -- Press coverage -- European Union countries
- Refugees -- European Union countries -- Public opinion
- European Union countries -- Emigration and immigration -- Press coverage Contient:
Introduction : situating the "refugee crisis" and its sociopolitical effects through 21st-century European journalism / Giovanna Dell'Orto and Irmgard Wetzstein -- Welcoming citizens, divided government, simplifying media : Germany's refugee crisis, 2015-2017 / Dietrich Thränhardt -- Notes from the field: One sentence, many misunderstandings : a German journalist reflects on Germany's "we can do it" stance / Peter Riesbeck -- The expectations-politics-policy conundrum : assessing the impact of the migration and refugee crisis on the European Union / Vicki L. Birchfield and Geoffrey Harris -- "Fortress Europe" : representation and argumentation in Austrian media and EU press releases on border policies / Sabine Lehner and Markus Rheindorf -- The gender dimension of the refugee debate : progressiveness and backwardness discourses in Austrian press coverage / Irmgard Wetzstein --^Empathy toward refugees, apathy toward journalism : hundreds of thousands of refugees in Greece, thousands of stories, just a few hundred clicks / Andreas M. Panagopoulos -- Notes from the field: Real empathy, fake news? : one reporter's experiences in the frontlines in northern Greece / Costas Kantouris -- Moving on and in : integration through shared and independent living spaces in Greece / Sophia Ioannou with Valia Savvidou -- Tackling the "refugee crisis" and meeting the educational needs of newly arrived refugees : programs for refugee teachers and students in Germany and Austria / Kerstin Lueck and Leonhard Dokalik-Wetzstein -- Online fake news, hateful posts against refugees, and a surge in xenophobia and hate crimes in Austria / Claudia Schäfer with Andreas Schadauer -- Trying to find the right words / Ioannis Papadopoulos --^Down and out and wet and bedraggled : navigating the emotional and ethical maelstrom of reporting from the crisis flashpoint of Idomeni / Phoebe Fronista and Sofia Papadopoulou -- Overcoming the empathy gap : covering Europe's migrant crisis for an American audience / Jeanne Carstensen -- Reporting back to the migrant audience : Afghans' exodus and perilous journey to Europe / Mstafa Mohammad Sarwar -- Avoiding the traps of the numbers game and caricatures : the responsibility of keeping the factual record for the world / Elena Becatoros and David Rising -- From empathy to hostility in 127 days : the journey of Austrian press and TV coverage / Edith Meinhart, Martin Staudinger, and Peter Unger -- Cologne's New Year's Eve sexual assaults : the turning point in German media coverage / Jan Bielicki -- Notes from the field: Fake news and a profession in crisis : a foreign correspondent reflects on "Willkommenskultur" / Carmen Valero --^Torn between transparency and stereotypes: how to report about refugees and crime / Eva Thöne -- Widening the focus : why writing about migration is more than writing about migrants / Caterina Lobenstein -- After the arrival : telling stories of integration in Germany for a global audience / Melissa Eddy -- Conclusion : interplays of journalistic practices, news, public opinion and policies in Europe's refugee crisis / Giovanna Dell'Orto
Includes bibliographical references and index
Classification:neu-sfm Refugees neu-sfm Mass media neu-sfm Europe neu-sfm Asylum seekers neu-sfm Austria neu-sfm Greece neu-sfm Germany neu-sfm Discourse neu-sfm Attitude towards migrants neu-sfm Audiovisual media neu-sfm Migration policy neu-sfm Xenophobia neu-sfm Stereotypes neu-sfm NGOs Identifiant:
1138485373 (hardcover) (ISBN); 1138485381 (paperback) (ISBN); 9781138485372 (hardcover) (ISBN); 9781138485389 (paperback) (ISBN) No RERO:
Irregular Afghan migration to Europe : at the margins, looking in / Angeliki Dimitriadi
Auteur:Dimitriadi, Angeliki Editeur:
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan
204 p. : ill.
Migration, diasporas and citizenship
Documents dans cette collection:Migration, diasporas and citizenship Sujet LCSH:Afghans -- Europe
- Afghanistan -- Emigration and immigration
- Europe -- Emigration and immigration Contient:
Delineating the linkages -- Deciding to be mobile -- In-between spaces : the journey to Europe goes through Turkey -- Greek policies on migration and asylum : an exercise in creative ambiguity -- Afghans in Greece : transit, immobility and return -- Transit no more
This book examines the issue of irregular transit migration to the EU by presenting the case of the Afghans. Focusing on the Afghans that arrive in and seek to move through Greece, it highlights the unique problems facing this distinctive migratory movement. Recognising that the migratory journey is a continuous interplay of policies and individuals, how each responds and adapts, the book itself moves between countries, policies, stories of migrants and the author's own experiences in the field. Drawing on extensive empirical research conducted in both Greece and Turkey, it explores why such transits occur and the decision-making process of the migrants in transit. Through the example of Afghan migration this book contributes to broader debates concerning transit migration, hospitality and asylum (how it is perceived, access to it). This book presents a timely study of the rise of 'fortress Europe' and the current discourse around refugees and migrants, amidst the largest refugee flow since WWII in Europe. This book's interdisciplinary approach will make it a valuable resource for policy makers as well as Sociology and Politics scholars. -- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Classification:neu-sfm Afghans neu-sfm Transit migration neu-sfm Greece neu-sfm Turkey neu-sfm Migration flows neu-sfm Asylum seekers neu-sfm Detention neu-sfm Border controls neu-sfm Immobility neu-sfm Europe neu-sfm Irregular migration Identifiant:
3319529587 (ISBN); 9783319529585 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb456676343 (URN) No RERO:
Cities and immigration : political and moral dilemmas in the new era of migration / Avner de Shalit
Auteur:De-Shalit, Avner Editeur:
Oxford : Oxford University Press
Sujet LCSH:Cities and towns
- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy
- Social integration Contient:
Introduction : Why immigration theory for cities? ; ... -- 1. Cities and border control : should cities have autonomous immigration policies? -- 2. Immigrants and political rights in the city -- 3. Of milkshake and boxers : how inclusion can work
All over the world immigration is one of the most urgent political issues, creating tensions and unrest as well as questions of justice and fairness. Academics as well as politicians have been relating to the question of how states should cope with immigrants ; but 96% of immigrants end up in cities, and in Europe and the USA, two thirds of the immigrants settle in seven or eight cities. Indeed, most of us encounter with immigrants as city-zens, in our everyday life, rather than as citizens of states. So how should cities integrate immigrants? Should cities be allowed to design their autonomous integration policies? Could they issue visas and permits to immigrants? Should immigrants be granted voting rights in local elections before naturalization? And how do cities think about these issues? What can we learn from cities which are thought to be successful in integrating and assimilating immigrants? Is there a model of integration within the city which is best? 0The book discusses these questions both empirically and normatively. The book is based on hundreds of in depth discussions of these matters with city dwellers in San Francisco, New York, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Thessaloniki and Jerusalem. It shifts the discourse on immigration from 'thinking like a state' to 'thinking like a city'
Includes bibliographical references and index
Classification:neu-sfm Urban areas neu-sfm Social integration neu-sfm Civil and political rights neu-sfm Migration policy neu-sfm Immigrant policy neu-sfm Netherlands neu-sfm Germany neu-sfm Israel neu-sfm United Kingdom neu-sfm United States neu-sfm Greece neu-sfm Political participation Identifiant:
0198833210 (ISBN); 9780198833215 (ISBN) No RERO: