Essays about: "Non-refoulement"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 49 essays containing the word Non-refoulement.

  1. 1. Of course, but maybe: the absolute prohibition of refoulement and threats to national security and public safety : Legal and practical effects of undesirable but unreturnable refugees

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Hanna Aftonfalk; [2022]
    Keywords : International law; refugee law; human rights law; non-refoulement; refugee protection; exclusion; torture or ill-treatment; national security and public safety;

    Abstract : States are routinely confronted with conflicting duties of maintaining full respect for human rights, on the one hand, and protecting national security and public safety, on the other. This is not least noticeable when States’ sovereignty and the right to control who enters and leaves their territories clash with the obligation to afford protection to refugees fleeing persecution. READ MORE

  2. 2. Rights accumulation in the refugee camps in the Aegean Sea : A study of the difference between humanitarianism and justification

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : My Ahlkvist; [2022]
    Keywords : refugee camp; justification; basic needs; Aegean Sea;

    Abstract : The purpose of this study is to analyze the communication of six different non-governmentalorganizations present in the refugee camps in the Aegean Sea, to understand which problemsthey identify as critical and how the communication may be interpreted in the light of theneeds of the organizations. The second purpose is to review the discrepancy between thehumanitarian perspective and the justification perspective, by applying the theoreticalframework consisting of framing theory and two discourse-theoretical theories on the resultsof the content analysis. READ MORE

  3. 3. Drones at the borders – Security for whom?

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten; Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Malin Gustafsson; [2021]
    Keywords : Public International Law; Folkrätt; International Human Rights Law; Mänskliga rättigheter; Migration law; Migrationsrätt; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Italy is using drones to monitor migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea. This is partially done through a contract with Leonardo S.p.A – one of the largest arms traders in the world – under which the company undertakes to operate drones in the area on behalf of the state. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Interception of Refugees and Migrants on the High Seas- The Scope of Applicability of the Principle of Non-Refoulement and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen; Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten

    Author : Dilshodakhon Mustafaeva; [2021]
    Keywords : Public International Law; Interception; Refugee; Migrant; extraterritorial jurisdiction; the principle of non-refoulement; migration management; European Convention on Human Rights; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : According to the European Convention on Human Rights, jurisdiction is a prerequisite for holding a contracting state responsible when an allegation of infringement of the ECHR arises, such as the principle of non-refoulement. States implement extraterritorial migration management measures trying to avoid triggering the principle of non-refoulement arguing that it cannot be applied extraterritorially. READ MORE

  5. 5. Between Refugees’ Rights and State’s Interests: Securitization of Migration in Greece during the Refugee ‘Crisis’ in Europe

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Mänskliga rättigheter

    Author : Emmanouil Anagnostou; [2021]
    Keywords : Migration; human rights; EU; Greece; securitization; refugees; non-refoulement principle; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the ongoing refugee ‘crisis’ in the EU, arguing that the EU’s approach towards the refugee issue largely speaks for the establishment of a new phase of migration in Europe. As opposed to the previous phase in the aftermath of the Cold War where a common European refugee policy was evident, today, each of the Union’s member-states seems to emphasize on its own migration policy in order to protect its national interests and security. READ MORE