International Journal of Refugee Law – Volume 31, Issue 1, March 2019
Volume 31, Issue 1, March 2019
ISSN: 0953-8186, EISSN: 1464-3715
The International Journal of Refugee Law is the leading peer-reviewed journal on all aspects of international law relating to forced migration. As predicted by the Times Higher Education Supplement, it has become a key source for those working in the field of refugee protection.
The journal is an essential tool for academics, policymakers and practitioners concerned with the protection of refugees and other forced migrants. It publishes high-quality articles on issues at the forefront of the law on forced migration, rigorous analysis of refugee law jurisprudence and State practice, as well as scholarship on the history and evolution of refugee law. It also contains summaries of recent key cases from around the world and important documents relating to international protection.
In addition to publishing original articles of the highest academic excellence, the journal also features regular sections containing selected documents, case law, book reviews and annotated bibliographies of reports and other publications.
Catherine Dauvergne & Hannah Lindy
The Role of Departure States in Combating Irregular Emigration in International Law: An Historical Perspective
Suffer the Little Children to Come: The Legal Rights of Unaccompanied Alien Children under United States Federal Court Jurisprudence
Claire Nolasco Braaten & Daniel Braaten
Asylum Seeker Children in Nauru: Australia’s International Human Rights Obligations and Operational Realities
Susanna Dechent, Sharmin Tania, & Jackie Mapulanga-Hulston
Case Law Summaries
69th Session of the Executive Committee of the High Commissioner’s Programme: Statement by Volker Türk
Assistant High Commissioner for Protection 136
Overview of UNHCR Study, ‘In Harm’s Way: International Protection in the Context of Nexus Dynamics between Conflict or Violence and Disaster or Climate Change’
Daniel Thym (ed), Questioning EU Citizenship: Judges and the Limits of Free Movement and Solidarity in the EU, Modern Studies in European Law (Hart Publishing, Oxford 2017) Christopher Harding
Mary Crock, Laura Smith-Khan, Ron McCallum, and Ben Saul, The Legal Protection of Refugees with Disabilities: Forgotten and Invisible? (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham & Northampton, MA, 2017) John Williams
Vladislava Stoyanova, Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered: Conceptual Limits and States’ Positive Obligations in European Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2017) Nicolas Le Coz
Eric Fripp, Nationality and Statelessness in the International Law of Refugee Status, (Hart Publishing, Oxford, and Portland, OR, 2016) Alfred M Boll
Ryszard Piotrowicz, Conny Rijken, Baerbel Heide Uhl (eds), Routledge Handbook of Human Trafficking (Routledge, Abingdon and New York 2017) Petya Nestorova
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