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Title Refugees and forced migrants in Africa and the EU : comparative and multidisciplinary perspectives on challenges and solutions / Elisabeth Wacker, Ulrich Becker, Katharina crepaz, editors.

Published Wiesbaden, Germany : Springer VS, [2019]


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Physical description 1 online resource
Contents Intro; Contents; Introduction -- Working Together to See Further: European and African Perspectives on Refugees and Forced Migrants Compared; Bibliography; 2. Historical and Legal Perspectives: Migration and Social Rights in a Globalized Society; The Development of Refugee Protection in Africa: From Cooperation to Nationalistic Prisms; Introduction; Refugees in Africa: An Overview; Nation-State Building and Nationalism; Pan-Africanism and Refugee Protection; The OAU Convention Governing the Specific Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa; Post-Independence Nationalism and Refugee Protection.
Coups and CountercoupsGroup and Individual Asylum; Local Integration and Circular Movements; Self-Settlement; Naturalization of Refugees; Second Liberation Nationalism and the New Wars; Refugee Camps as a Nationalistic Construct; Detention of Refugees; Securitization of Refugees and Asylum; Criminalization of Asylum; Neoliberalism, Democracy and Nationalism; Conclusions; Bibliography; EU 'Asylum System' -- Elements, Failure and Reform Prospects; 1 Introduction; 2 What Is the 'Common European Asylum System -- CEAS'?; 2.1 Overview; 2.2 Qualification; 2.3 Procedure; 2.4 Reception; 2.5 Dublin III.
3 Why Does the 'CEAS' Fail?3.1 Facts; 3.2 Normative Reasons; 3.3 Procedural Reasons; 4 What Options for the Future?; 4.1 General Aspects; 4.1.1 Who Shall Be Granted Humanitarian Refugee Protection?; 4.1.2 How Should Refugee Reception Be Configured?; 4.1.3 Who Shall Be Responsible for the Organization of Refugee Protection?; 4.2 Present Proposals; 4.2.1 Overview -- A Lengthy Process; 4.2.2 Determination of the Competent Member State; 4.2.3 Distribution and Financial Consequences; 4.3 Normative Guidelines; 5 A Preliminary Final Word; Africa and the Refugee Crisis: A Socio-Legal Inquiry.
1 Introduction2 Africa and the Refugee Crisis in Numbers; 3 Selected International Refugee Law Instruments; 3.1 The UN Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees of 1951 and the Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees of 1967; 3.2 The AU Convention Governing the Specific Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa of 1969; 4 Refugees and Asylum Seekers: A Conceptual Clarification; 4.1 Who Is a Refugee?; 4.2 Who Is an Asylum Seeker?; 5 Refugee Rights and Duties; 6 Africa and the Refugee Crisis: Current Challenges; 6.1 Disparity in the Sharing of Hosting Responsibilities.
6.2 Encampment or Local Integration Riddle6.3 Undue Delays in the Finalization of Asylum Applications; 6.4 Politicization of the Plight of Refugees; 6.5 Outdated Pieces of Refugee Instruments and Legislation; 7 Concluding Remarks; Bibliography; 3. Political Perspectives: Migration Governance between Treating Symptoms and Combating Causes; How to Make Europe's Immigration Policies More Efficient and More Humane; Bibliography; Emerging Debates on Experiences and Challenges of Refugee Protection in Africa and Europe; Defining Refugees and Migrants; Global Statistics on Refugees to 2016.
Notes Includes index.
Towards an Explanation of Global Refugee Proliferation.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on February 12, 2019).
Other author Wacker, Elisabeth, editor.
Becker, Ulrich, editor.
Crepaz, Katharina, editor.
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject Refugees -- Africa.
Emigration and immigration.
Local series Proquest Ebook Central
ISBN 9783658245382 (electronic book)
3658245387 (electronic book)

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