2nd edition (New edition)

Refugee Law 2/e

Overview

Refugee Law is a concise account of Canadian refugee law, policy, and procedure. It presents refugee law as an independent system, yet one that is open to and influenced by other branches of domestic law, international law, the practices of other jurisdictions, and the general global trends in forced migration. The book examines the historic and contemporary context of refugee law, formal law, and government policy, and the domestic and international principles of refugee protection. The authors seek to provide a solid foundation from which to judge the merits and weaknesses of the existing system, allowing the reader to engage with the ongoing debate, both academic and popular, about the Canadian refugee system.

An update to Chapter 1, Section B(7); Chapter 2, Section E(6); and Chapter 3, Section B(1)(a), Section C(2)(b), and Section C(5) is now available. Click to download.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
Chapter 1: Canadian Refugee Policy
Chapter 2: Legal Framework of Refugee Law in Canada
Chapter 3: Categories of Status in Canadian Refugee Law
Chapter 4: The Definition of Convention Refugee
Chapter 5: Exclusion from Refugee Protection
Chapter 6: Persons in Need of Protection
Chapter 7: Overseas Protection
Chapter 8: Inland Protection
Chapter 9: Right to and Role of Counsel
Chapter 10: Appeals and Judicial Remedies
Chapter 11: Arrest and Detention
Chapter 12: Removal from Canada
Chapter 13: Conclusions
Appendices
Table of Cases
Index
About the Authors

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