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978-0-7391-0566-5 • Paperback • March 2003 • $48.99 • (£38.00)
Joanne van Selm is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Migration Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Opening Keynote Address: The Refugee Convention at Fifty
Chapter 3 Global Solidarity: A Report of a Plenary Session
Chapter 4 Regional Approaches to Forced Migration
Chapter 5 The Refugee Convention Applied—Moral, Medical, Ethical, and Judicial Questions and Limitations
Chapter 6 Refugees: Whose Term is it Anyway?:Emic and Etic Constructions of Refugees in Modern Greek
Chapter 7 Insisting on the Jus Cogens Nature ofNon-Refoulement
Chapter 8 Turkey, UNHCR, and the 1951 Convention on Status of Refugees: Problems and Prospects of Cooperation
Chapter 9 Whither the Accountability Theory: Second-Class Status for Third-Party Refugees as a Threat to International Refugee Protection
Chapter 10 The Geneva Convention and the European Union: A Fraught Relationship
Chapter 11 Roma Asylum Applicants in the U.K.: "Scroungers" or "Scapegoats"?
Chapter 12 Human Smuggling and Refugee Protection in the European Union: Myths and Realities
Chapter 13 The Fight Against Migrant Smuggling: Migration Containment over Refugee Protection
Chapter 14 Medical Anthropology in the Service of Forcefully Migrating Populations: Current Boundaries, Future Horizons, and Possible Delusions
Chapter 15 The Refugee Convention and Practice in South Asia: A Marriage of Inconvenience?
Chapter 16 Closing Keynote Address
This volume is...interesting to read....It provides a range of important contributions not only for the specialist but also anybody generally interested in migration, international politics, and human rights.
— H-Net: Humanities and Social Science Reviews Online
-Includes the full text of the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees
-Presents the keynote addresses and summarizes the plenary session of the seventh annual conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration, held January 2001, which was devoted to the Convention