Published August 10, 2006
by Routledge Cavendish .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||405|
Book Description. At a time when issues concerning migration and the formation of diasporic communities have come to be critical for all European legal systems, this volume reflects, discusses and analyzes the questions raised by diasporas who have established themselves in Europe over more than fifty years of immigration and the challenges faced by legal systems . Rethinking legal theory in the light of South-North migration --Ethnic diversity and the delivery of justice: the challenge of plurality --Migration and settlement of Muslims: the challenges for European legal systems --Alternative dispute resolution in a Muslim community: the Shia Imami Ismaili conciliation and arbitration boards --New. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: p. ; 24 cm: Contents: Rethinking legal theory in the light of South-North migration --Ethnic diversity and the delivery of justice: the challenge of plurality --Migration and settlement of Muslims: the challenges for European legal systems --Alternative dispute resolution in a Muslim community: the Shia . The Diaspora booklet features IOM publications on the impact of migration on development, the linkages between diasporas and their home countries, how diasporas contribute to development both in the country of origin and the destination country, and IOM diaspora .
Shah, Prakash and Menski, Werner F, eds. () Migration, diasporas and legal systems in Europe. London: Routledge-Cavendish. Book Description. Following the demise of the USSR in , and the ensuing collapse of communist regimes in Eastern Europe, widespread population movements took place across Central and Eastern Europe. Whole nations disappeared and (re)-emerged and diasporic transnational ties and belonging have experienced a revival. Focusing on the dynamics of irregular immigration in Southern EU Member States, this book analyses how the phenomenon is managed at national and local levels in different legal and political systems. In doing so, it answers vital policy questions regarding the continued existence of irregular migration, pathways to legality, and relations. Migration in Political Theory: The Ethics of Movement and Fine and Lea Ypi (eds). Oxford University Press. Sarah Fine and Lea Ypi bring together essays from well-known political and legal theorists examining pressing questions including the legitimacy of border controls and the human right to freedom of movement.
Editorial Board: Rainer Baubock, European University Institute, Italy; James F. Hollifield, Southern Methodist University, USA; Jan Rath, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands The Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship series covers three important aspects of the migration . Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship Series Editors Robin Cohen NGO representatives, law enforcement oﬃcials and volunteers for setting aside time and sharing their knowledge and insights with me. Irregular Afghan Migration to Europe, Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship, DOI /_1. Introduction: Migration, Diasporas and Legal Systems in Europe 1 Prakash Shah and Werner F. Menski 1 Rethinking Legal Theory in the Light of South-North Migration 13 Werner F. Menski 2 Ethnic Diversity and the Delivery of Justice: The Challenge of Plurality 29 Roger Ballard 3 The Migration and Settlement of Muslims: The Challenges. The book presents results from various projects within a large research consortium that compared the adaptation of Diaspora immigrants with .