Essays about: "Repatriation"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 60 essays containing the word Repatriation.

  1. 1. Good Girl, Wife or Foreign Fighter - Danish Media Constructions of women in ISIS

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Sociologiska institutionen; Lunds universitet/Sociologi

    Author : Camilla Gissel; [2022]
    Keywords : ISIS; Female foreign fighters; Social Problems Theory; Narrative Criminology; ISIS bride; Betrayal; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Women who have joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, ISIS, have been understood as serving passive and largely supportive roles in ISIS state-building by media and, to a far extent, academia. Academia has argued that the passive role evolves into active participation in weaponed combat and planning of attacks. READ MORE

  2. 2. LET’S SELL DRUGS : How the home-State of an investment can upset investment protections in the cannabis industry

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : José Miguel Barba Radanovich; [2022]
    Keywords : Investment Protections; Cannabis; home-State; extraterritorial jurisdiction;

    Abstract : Recently many States have legalised the production and retail of recreational cannabis, which is already a big business worldwide, and therefore, thoroughly attractive to international investors who would – reasonably – seek to develop their business in cannabis-friendly jurisdictions but, more so than many investments, this one carries with it a certain risk: Many influential and capital-exporting states are reticent to legalise cannabis for themselves and many times even criminalise any and all cannabis-related activities.  This work uses this dilema to explore the influence of the home-State of the investment on the legality of an investment, and question the uniletarality of the obligations derived from "Free Movement of Liquid Assets" or "repatriation" clauses, arguing that there is a multilateral obligation to protect the movement of investments' returns and that home-States to the investor must fulfill it by not impeding or upseting the repatriation of liquid assets. READ MORE

  3. 3. Unwanted Returnees : Legal Aspects of Sweden's Non-Repatriation Policy of Detained Women and Children in al-Hol and Roj Camps

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Aws Al-Kohaili; [2022]
    Keywords : Public international law; General international law; Human Rights; Islamic State; IS; Syria; Repatriation; War; Folkrätt; Mänskliga rättigheter; Islamiska staten; IS; Syrien; Reparation; Barnkonventionen; Internationell rätt; Krig;

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  4. 4. Questioning protracted stays in refugee camps. An overview of camp management and perspectives on durable solutions for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Liliana Ramos Almeida; [2022]
    Keywords : Rohingya Refugees; Refugee Protection; Durable Solutions; International Refugee Law; Refugee Camp Management; Securitization of Migration; Interdependence; Non-state actors.;

    Abstract : Refugee camps, mostly located in the Global South, host millions of human beings and mirror the overburden and incapacity of humanitarian response. If these places were once supposedly created to aggregate asylum-seekers temporarily, now they have become the norm for prolonged stays where future generations grow. READ MORE

  5. 5. Repatriate embeddedness: The experience of Swedish repatriates A qualitative study on the interconnectedness between the repatriate experience and organizational commitment.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Ebba Ernström; Ida Eriksson; [2021-06-28]
    Keywords : Expatriate assignment; Expatriation; International assignment; Job embeddedness; Organizational commitment; Repatriate experience; Repatriation;

    Abstract : Poorly managed repatriation processes on the part of MNCs are still frequently reported. Inadequate organizational support and lack of understanding result in high turnover rates among repatriates and deficient returns on the immense financial investments put into expatriation. READ MORE