Is There a Right to Immigrate?
- Immigration and an African delegation visit. // La Prensa San Diego;3/30/2012, Vol. 36 Issue 13, p6
The article offers information related to a delegation from Africa which was in San Diego, California to discuss the issue of immigration, human rights, and the media.
- We must speak out against mandatory detention. Langford, Stephen // Lamp;Apr2015, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p7
A letter to the editor is presented from a reader discussing the vilification of the head of the Human Rights Commission Gillian Triggs by the Australian federal government.
- I AM A LAWYER! AM I A LAWYER? THE EXPERIENCES OF FOREIGN TRAINED BLACK LAWYERS IN ONTARIO. Russell, Tiisetso // Race, Gender & Class;2011, Vol. 18 Issue 3/4, p198
This paper will introduce my thesis examining of the experiences, practices, perceptions and celebrations of foreign trained black lawyers navigating the Canadian legal credentialing process in Ontario, through the National Committee on Accreditation (NCA), and the Law Society of Upper Canada...
- Disgraceful events. Taylor, Jessie // D!ssent;Summer2008/2009, Issue 28, p20
The article relates the experiences of people seeking for asylum and the recommendations to improve the protection of human rights. Recommendations of the People's Inquiry into Detention includes the abolition of racism, restoration of human rights in Australian laws and reinstatement of...
- HATE HITS HOME. // Missoula Independent;10/24/2013, Vol. 24 Issue 43, p16
No abstract available.
- InmigraciÃ³n y justicia Insuficiencia de la legislaciÃ³n mexicana: un reto para los derechos humanos. Orjuela, Fernando Neira // Trayectorias;jul-dic2009, Vol. 11 Issue 29, p132
The purpose of this study is to analyze the normativity and public policy regarding migrants in Mexico, so as to evaluate their pertinence and functionality in protecting their rights and their congruence with current processes of these shifts, as well as the international treaties implying...
- Most Valuable Migrants. Forsyth, James G. // Foreign Policy;Jan/Feb2007, Issue 158, p23
The article discusses a study by Harvard economists Michael Kremer and Stanley Watt that shows how unskilled immigrants can reduce wage inequality and increase a country's wealth. Kremer says that household help is more liberating than day care for parents who work long hours at high-paying...
- 'We're Not Cowboys--Stop the Roundup!' San Francisco Protesters Tell INS. Pasquini, Elaine // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Apr2003, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p64
Focuses on the demonstration of activists of San Francisco Bay Area against Immigration and Naturalization Service in the U.S. Demand for the protection of the human rights and civil liberties; Speech given by Ambassador David Fischer on the U.S. war against Iraq; Estimation of the number of...
- Run for your life. // New Internationalist;Oct2002, Issue 350, p23
Presents information on status of refugees and asylum seekers in different countries. Influence of human rights abuses on the migration of the people in Sudan; Number of exiles returning to Afghanistan; Increase in the number of applications from Nigerians for asylum in Europe.