Humanitarianism, identity, and nation; migration laws of Australia and Canada.

0774811137

Humanitarianism, identity, and nation; migration laws of Australia and Canada.

Dauvergne, Catherine.

U. of British Columbia Press

2005

241 pages

$75.00

Paperback

Law and society

KE4472

Dauvergne (migration law, U. of British Columbia) develops a framework for understanding the relationships between migration law and national identity, highlighting the importance of humanitarianism, a central concept both in the theoretical analysis of migration provisions and in laws controlling migration. When she began the study, she was at the University of Sydney. University of Washington Press.

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