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Table of Contents Alert: International Journal of Refugee Law

Oxford Journals have just published their latest Table of Contents journal alert for the International Journal of Refugee Law.  Further details on the articles included in  Vol. 28, No. 1 (March 2016) are detailed below:

Editorial

Editorial
Jane McAdam
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 1-6
[Extract]

Articles

The Origins of UNHCR’s Global Mandate on Statelessness
Matthew Seet
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 7-24
[Abstract]

Fleeing Cartels and Maras: International Protection Considerations and Profiles from the Northern Triangle
Nicolás Rodríguez Serna
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 25-54
[Abstract]

The Almaty Process: Improving Compliance with International Refugee Law in Central Asia
Cynthia Orchard
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 55-84
[Abstract]

Lack of State Protection or Fear of Persecution? Determining the Refugee Status of North Koreans in Canada
Seunghwan Kim
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 85-108
[Abstract]

Case Law Summaries

Case Law Summaries
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 109-115
[Extract]

Documents

Note on International Protection: Executive Committee of the High Commissioner’s Programme
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 116-134
[Abstract]

Statement by Volker Türk: Assistant High Commissioner for Protection, UNHCR
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 135-147
[Extract]

Alternatives to Detention: Executive Committee of the High Commissioner’s Programme
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 148-155
[Abstract]

Agenda for the Protection of Cross-Border Displaced Persons in the Context of Disasters and Climate Change: October 2015
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 156-162
[Extract]

Book Reviews

Adjudicating Refugee and Asylum Status: The Role of Witness, Expertise, and Testimony
Julia Muraszkiewicz
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 163-166
[Extract]

EU Security and Justice Law: After Lisbon and Stockholm (Modern Studies in European Law)
Christopher Harding
Int J Refugee Law 2016 28: 166-168
[Extract]

 

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ToC Alert: International Journal of Refugee Law Vol. 27, No. 4 (December 2015)

Oxford Journals have published their latest journal table of contents alert for the International Journal of Refugee Law. Further details of the articles included in Vol. 27, No. 4 (December 2015) are detailed as follows:

Editorial

Why Europe Does Not Have a Refugee Crisis
Geoff Gilbert
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 531-535
[Extract]

Articles

‘Turning Back the Boats’: Australia’s Interdiction of Irregular Migrants at Sea
Andreas Schloenhardt and Colin Craig
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 536-572
[Abstract]

ICC Witnesses and Acquitted Suspects Seeking Asylum in the Netherlands: An Overview of the Jurisdictional Battles between the ICC and Its Host State
Tom de Boer and Marjoleine Zieck
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 573-606
[Abstract]

Explaining Delayed Cessation: A Case Study of Rwandan Refugees in Zimbabwe
Andrew Stobo Sniderman
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 607-624
[Abstract]

The Protection Paradox: Why Hasn’t the Arrival of New Media Transformed Refugee Status Determination?
Rosemary Byrne
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 625-648
[Abstract]

Opinion

Credibility Assessment in Claims based on Persecution for Reasons of Religious Conversion and Homosexuality: A Practitioners Approach
Uwe Berlit, Harald Doerig, and Hugo Storey
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 649-666
[Extract]

Case Law

Religious Persecution Subsequent to Conversion: Courts are not bound to baptising pastor’s assessment of sincerity of change of faith
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 667-674
[Extract]

Case Law Summaries

Case Law Summaries
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 675-681
[Extract]

Document

Guidance Note on Refugee Claims Relating to Crimes of Lèse Majesté and Similar Criminal Offences
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 682-693
[Extract]

Book Reviews

Survival Migration: Failed Governance and the Crisis of Displacement
Hannah Baumeister
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 694-697
[Extract]

Refugees and the Myth of Human Rights: Life Outside the Pale of the Law
Julia Muraszkiewicz
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 697-700
[Extract]

EU Asylum Procedures and the Right to an Effective Remedy
Dr Helen O’Nions
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 701-703
[Extract]

The Global Reach of European Refugee Law
Marija Jovanović
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 703-707
[Extract]

ToC Alert: International Journal of Refugee Law for March 1, 2015; Vol. 27, No. 1

Oxford Journal have published the latest Table of Contents alert for the International Journal of Refugee Law, Vol. 27, No. 1 (March 2015).  Further details of the articles included in this volume are highlighted as follows:

Articles

Asylum as a General Principle of International Law
María-Teresa Gil-Bazo
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 3-28
[Abstract]

The Internal Protection Alternative Inquiry and Human Rights Considerations – Irrelevant or Indispensable?
Bríd Ní Ghráinne
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 29-51
[Abstract]

An Ongoing Anomaly: Pre- and Post-Second World War Palestinian Refugees

Mutaz M Qafisheh

Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 52-74

[Abstract]

The Application and Interpretation of International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law in the Exclusion of those Refugee Claimants who have Committed War Crimes and/or Crimes Against Humanity in Canada
James C Simeon
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 75-106
[Abstract]

‘Climate Change Migrants’: Impediments to a Protection Framework and the Need to Incorporate Migration into Climate Change Adaptation Strategies
Lauren Nishimura
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 107-134
[Abstract]

Opinion

‘Systemic Flaws’ and Dublin Transfers: Incompatible Tests before the CJEU and the ECtHR?
Anna Lübbe
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 135-140
[Abstract]

Case Law Summaries

Case Law Summaries
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 141-153
[Extract]

Documents

Introductory Note to UNHCR’s Guidelines on Temporary Protection or Stay Arrangements
Volker Türk, Alice Edwards, and Matthias Braeunlich
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 154-156
[Extract]

Guidelines on Temporary Protection or Stay Arrangements
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 157-165
[Extract]

Introductory Note to the Guidelines on International Protection No. 10 on Claims to Refugee Status related to Military Service
Volker Türk and Alice Edwards
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 166-171
[Extract]

Guidelines on International Protection No. 10: Claims to Refugee Status related to Military Service within the context of Article 1A(2) of the 1951 Convention and/or the 1967 Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees
UNHCR
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 172-197
[Extract]

Book Reviews

Life Interrupted: Trafficking into Forced Labor in the United States
Thomas Harré
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 198-200
[Extract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

On the Doorstep of Europe: Asylum and Citizenship in Greece
Rita Theodorou Superman
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 201-204
[Extract]

The UNHCR and the Supervision of International Refugee Law
Ulrike Brandl
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 204-206
[Extract]

Trafficking in Human Beings and Human Rights: The Role of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings
Petya Nestorova
Int J Refugee Law 2015 27: 207-209
[Extract]

Table of Contents Alert: International Journal of Refugee Law Table of Contents for Volume 26, Number 4, (December 2014)

Oxford Journals have published their latest Table of Contents Alert for the International Journal of Refugee Law.  Details of the content included in Vol. 26, No. 4, (1 December 2014) are detailed below:

Articles

The Contemporary International Law Status of the Right to Receive Asylum
William Thomas Worster
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 477-499
[Abstract]

The Safe Country of Origin Concept in European Asylum Law: Past, Present and Future
Matthew Hunt
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 500-535
[Abstract]

UNHCR’s Involvement with IDPs – ‘Protection of that Country’ for the Purposes of Precluding Refugee Status?
Bríd Ní Ghráinne
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 536-554
[Abstract]

Expanding Protection in Africa? Case Studies of the Implementation of the 1969 African Refugee Convention’s Expanded Refugee Definition
Tamara Wood
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 555-580
[Abstract]

Palestinian Refugees and the Syrian Uprising: Filling the Protection Gap during Secondary Forced Displacement
Noura Erakat
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 581-621
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Case Law

Febles v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) Supreme Court of Canada
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 622-654
[Extract]

Case BVerwG 10 C 7.13: German Federal Administrative Court
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 655-669
[Extract]

Matter of A-R-C-G- et al., Respondents
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 670-676
[Extract]

FTZK v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 677
[Extract]

Documents

Guidelines on Temporary Protection or Stay Arrangements
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 678-686
[Extract]

Statement by Volker Türk: Director of International Protection
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 687-699
[Extract]

Submissions of the Intervener: The Queen (on the Application of B) v The Director of the Legal Aid Casework
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 700-715
[Extract]

Book Reviews

Gender in Refugee Law. From the Margins to the Centre
Hannah Baumeister
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 716-718
[Extract]

Humanitarian Law in Action in Africa
Hannah Baumeister
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 719-720
[Extract]

European Asylum Law and the Rights of the Child
Helmut Sax
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 721-724
[Extract]

Protection of Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Asia Pacific Region
Ivan Shearer
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 724-727
[Extract]

The Ethics of Immigration
Dr Baerbel Heide Uhl
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 727-729
[Extract]

 

ToC Alert: Int J Refugee Law Table of Contents for December 1, 2014; Vol. 26, No. 4

Articles

The Contemporary International Law Status of the Right to Receive Asylum
William Thomas Worster
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 477-499
[Abstract]

The Safe Country of Origin Concept in European Asylum Law: Past, Present and Future
Matthew Hunt
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 500-535
[Abstract]

UNHCR’s Involvement with IDPs – ‘Protection of that Country’ for the Purposes of Precluding Refugee Status?
Bríd Ní Ghráinne
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 536-554
[Abstract]

Expanding Protection in Africa? Case Studies of the Implementation of the 1969 African Refugee Convention’s Expanded Refugee Definition
Tamara Wood
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 555-580
[Abstract]

Palestinian Refugees and the Syrian Uprising: Filling the Protection Gap during Secondary Forced Displacement
Noura Erakat
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 581-621
[Abstract]

Case Law

Febles v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration) Supreme Court of Canada
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 622-654
[Extract]

Case BVerwG 10 C 7.13: German Federal Administrative Court
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 655-669
[Extract]

Matter of A-R-C-G- et al., Respondents
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 670-676
[Extract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

FTZK v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 677
[Extract]

Documents

Guidelines on Temporary Protection or Stay Arrangements
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 678-686
[Extract]

Statement by Volker Türk: Director of International Protection
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 687-699
[Extract]

Submissions of the Intervener: The Queen (on the Application of B) v The Director of the Legal Aid Casework
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 700-715
[Extract]

 

Book Reviews

Gender in Refugee Law. From the Margins to the Centre
Hannah Baumeister
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 716-718
[Extract]

Humanitarian Law in Action in Africa
Hannah Baumeister
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 719-720
[Extract]

European Asylum Law and the Rights of the Child
Helmut Sax
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 721-724
[Extract]

Protection of Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Asia Pacific Region
Ivan Shearer
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 724-727
[Extract]

The Ethics of Immigration
Dr Baerbel Heide Uhl
Int J Refugee Law 2015 26: 727-729
[Extract]

International Journal of Refugee Law Table of Contents Alert for October 1, 2014; Vol. 26, No. 3

Oxford Journals have just published their latest Table of Contents alert for the International Journal of Refugee Law.  Further details of the articles published in this volume (Vol. 26, No. 3 October 2014) are detailed below:

Articles
Why We Should Use the Term ‘Illegalized’ Refugee or Immigrant: A Commentary
Harald Bauder
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 327-332
[Abstract]

Detention of Undocumented Immigrants and the Judicial Impact of the CJEU’s Decisions in France
Ana Beduschi
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 333-349
[Abstract]

Exclusion from Refugee Status: The Purposes and Principles of the United Nations and Article 1F(c) of the Refugee Convention
Sandesh Sivakumaran
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 350-381
[Abstract]

International Humanitarian Law and the Interpretation of ‘Persecution’ in Article 1A(2) CSR51
Eric Fripp
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 382-403
[Abstract]

Natural Disasters, Climate Change and Non-Refoulement: What Scope for Resisting Expulsion under Articles 3 and 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights?
Matthew Scott
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 404-432
[Abstract]

Case Law
Secretary of State for Home Department (Appellant) v MN and KY (Respondents) (Scotland): The Supreme Court
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 433-453
[Extract]

Document
UNHCR Factum: Luis Alberto Hernandez Febles (Appellant) v Minister of Citizenship and Immigration (Respondent)
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 454-468
[Extract]

Book Reviews
Borderline Justice: The Fight for Refugee and Migrant Rights
Thomas Harré
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 469-471
[Extract]

Komplementärer Schutz: Die aufenthaltsrechtliche Stellung nicht rückführbarer Personen in der EU (The Right to Residence of Non-returnable Persons in the EU)
Dr Sarah Krieg
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 471-473
[Extract]

 

ToC Alert: International Journal of Refugee Law Table of Contents for October 1, 2014; Vol. 26, No. 3

Oxford Journals have published the latest table of contents journal alert for the International Journal of Refugee Law.  This is for Volume 26 Number 3, (October 1) and further details of the articles in this volume are detailed as follows:

Articles

Why We Should Use the Term ‘Illegalized’ Refugee or Immigrant: A Commentary
Harald Bauder
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 327-332
[Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Detention of Undocumented Immigrants and the Judicial Impact of the CJEU’s Decisions in France
Ana Beduschi
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 333-349
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Exclusion from Refugee Status: The Purposes and Principles of the United Nations and Article 1F(c) of the Refugee Convention
Sandesh Sivakumaran
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 350-381
[Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

International Humanitarian Law and the Interpretation of ‘Persecution’ in Article 1A(2) CSR51
Eric Fripp
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 382-403
[Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Natural Disasters, Climate Change and Non-Refoulement: What Scope for Resisting Expulsion under Articles 3 and 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights?
Matthew Scott
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 404-432
[Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Case Law

Secretary of State for Home Department (Appellant) v MN and KY (Respondents) (Scotland): The Supreme Court
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 433-453
[Extract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Document

UNHCR Factum: Luis Alberto Hernandez Febles (Appellant) v Minister of Citizenship and Immigration (Respondent)
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 454-468
[Extract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Book Reviews

Borderline Justice: The Fight for Refugee and Migrant Rights
Thomas Harré
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 469-471
[Extract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Komplementärer Schutz: Die aufenthaltsrechtliche Stellung nicht rückführbarer Personen in der EU (The Right to Residence of Non-returnable Persons in the EU)
Dr Sarah Krieg
Int J Refugee Law 2014 26: 471-473
[Extract] [Full Text] [PDF] [Request Permissions]