Immigration & Human Rights

L. Rivas1*, M. Bull2 1 Griffith University 2 Griffith University *corresponding author: lorena.rivas@griffithuni.edu.au Previous research concerned with the experience of immigration detention focuses on the general immigration detention population, which mainly consists of men. This means that the experiences of...
  • August 29, 2016
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P. Fussey1*, P. Rawlinson2 1 Professor of Sociology, University of Essex, UK 2 Associate Professor of Criminology, University of Western Sydney *corresponding author: pfussey@essex.ac.uk The paper presents empirical findings from a study of the trafficking of Roma children into the...
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P. Fussey1*, P. Rawlinson2 1 Professor of Sociology, University of Essex, UK 2 Associate Professor of Criminology, University of Western Sydney *corresponding author: pfussey@essex.ac.uk The paper presents empirical findings from a study of the trafficking of Roma children into the...
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E. Stanley Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, elizabeth.stanley@vuw.ac.nz This paper considers the situation of New Zealanders detained in, and deported from, Australia. In recent years, changed laws and policies have led to increasing numbers of New Zealanders...
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E. Stanley Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, elizabeth.stanley@vuw.ac.nz This paper considers the situation of New Zealanders detained in, and deported from, Australia. In recent years, changed laws and policies have led to increasing numbers of New Zealanders...
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J. Brouwer* Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology, Leiden Law School, The Netherlands, j.brouwer@law.leidenuniv.nl In recent years the Dutch government has repeatedly lowered the threshold for terminating a foreigner’s lawful residency on the basis of a criminal conviction. As a result, more immigrants that...
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J. Brouwer* Institute for Criminal Law and Criminology, Leiden Law School, The Netherlands, j.brouwer@law.leidenuniv.nl In recent years the Dutch government has repeatedly lowered the threshold for terminating a foreigner’s lawful residency on the basis of a criminal conviction. As a result, more immigrants that...
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