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Crock / Berg Immigration, Refugees and Forced Migration

Law, Policy and Practice in Australia

1. Auflage 2011, 850 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 156 mm x 234 mm, Gewicht: 1262 g
ISBN: 978-1-86287-797-9
Verlag: Federation Press

Crock / Berg Immigration, Refugees and Forced Migration

Immigration control or determining which non-citizens should enter and remain in Australia and irregular migration, both in the forms of persons who remain in breach of their visa conditions and asylum seekers and refugees who are able to assert rights to protection under international law, pose great challenges.
This book covers all aspects of the Australian law including history, international law, comparative law, family reunion schemes, permanent and temporary labour migration, tourists and students, refugee and humanitarian programs, unlawful status, deportations and Immigration Appeals – Merits Review and Judicial Review.


Weitere Infos & Material

1. Introduction - Immigration Law in Context 2.Immigration Law and the Growth of Nationhood 3. Defining Powers: Immigration Control and the Australian Constitution 4.The Impact of International Law 5.The Administration of Migration Law and Policy 6. Border Control and Common Entry Requirements 7. Family Reunion I – Spousal Relationships 8. Family Reunion II: Immediate and other Family 9.Building a Clever Country: Permanent Labour Migration 10.The Business of Temporary Labour Migration Students, Visitors and “Risk Factors” 11. The Refugee and Humanitarian Program 12. The Definition of Refugee 13. The Extent of Australia's Protection Obligations 14. Unlawful Status and Visa Cancellations 15.The Enforcement of Decisions 16.The Deportation of Permanent Residents: Character, Conduct and Criminality 17.Immigration Appeals – Merits Review 18.The Judicial Review of Migration Decisions 19. Facing the Future: Immigration and Global Citizenship

Crock, Mary
Mary Crock Mary Crock (BA (Hons) LLB (Hons) PhD (Melbourne University)) has worked in the area of immigration and refugee law since 1985. She is Professor of Public Law and Associate Dean (Post Graduate Research)) at the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney.
An Accredited Specialist in Immigration Law, she has been Chief examiner/ Head Assessor in various Specialist Accreditation programs in Immigration Law across Australia since 1994 and was listed in the peer-appointed publication Best Lawyers in Australia in Immigration Law in 2008 - 2010.
She was foundation editor of the Immigration Review (LexisNexis Butterworths), serving until 2007. She has been a member of the Expert Advisory Committee for the NSW Commission for Children and Young Persons since 2008; and is a board member of the committee of management of the community radio station 2RPH (Radio for the Print Handicapped).
With broad interests in human rights, she has served in executive positions for the Law Council of Australia and the Refugee Council of Australia; and worked as adviser to the Australian Senate (Inquiry into Australia’s Refugee and Humanitarian Program, 2000) and as consultant to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (on immigration detention). She helped to establish and run the Victorian Immigration Advice and Rights Centre Inc in Melbourne in 1989, now the Refugee and Immigration Law Centre (Vic).
Mary also has a keen interest in disability issues. She is married to Professor Ron McCallum AO who is currently Chair of the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In 2010 she worked with Ron in the drafting of the Conclusion of the Executive Committee of UNHCR on refugees with disabilities. She has sought funding to extend the Small Mercies project to include child refugees with disabilities.

Laurie Berg Laurie is a Lecturer in the Law Faculty of the University of Technology Sydney. A graduate in law of the University of New South Wales and holding a Masters in Law from New York University, her research explores the rights violations experienced by low-waged migrant workers in Australia, including visa overstayers, 457 visa holders, students and other temporary residents.
Laurie has previously worked in New York for the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (now Human Rights First), in Washington DC for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and in the International Humanitarian Law Program of the Australian Red Cross.

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