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"Who is the Citizen's Other? Considering the Heft of Citizenship"
(The Berkeley Electronic Press/ The Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law, Tel Aviv University, 2007)
The objective of this article is to integrate legal and social conceptions of citizenship as they materialize at the geographic, political, and social border crossings that accompany transnational mobility. Rather than ...
"Our Sisters from Stable Countries: Globalization, Gender and Accountability"
(Oxford University Press, 2003)
The article explores linkages between the transnational activities of a Canadian oil company operating in Sudan and the human rights and humanitarian violations committed by the government of Sudan against the people of ...
"Legal Aspects of Conflict-Induced Migration by Women"
This paper surveys the international legal frameworks, including the many guidelines, handbooks, resolutions, toolkits, conclusions and manuals produced by various United Nations bodies, that confirm an awareness of the ...
"Disappearing Refugees: Reflections on the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement"
(Columbia University, School of Law, 2005)
"New Directions for Refugee Policy: Of Curtains, Doors and Locks"
(York University, Centre for Refugee Studies, 2001)
"Dancing Across Borders: Exotic Dancers, Trafficking and Immigration Policy"
This article analyzes a Canadian immigration program that authorizes issuance of temporary work visas to 'exotic dancers.' In response to public criticism that the government was thereby implicated in the transnational ...
"Transjudicial Conversations About Security and Human Rights"
(Centre for European Policy Studies, 2009)
Citation by one national court of another stateâ€™s jurisprudence or legislation has attracted much attention recently, especially in relation to the interpretation and application of constitutional and international human ...
"Mr. Suresh and the Evil Twin"
(York University, Centre for Refugee Studies, 2002)
In Suresh v. Minister of Citizenship and Immigration and Ahani v. MCI, the Supreme Court of Canada declared that removing a refugee accused of terrorism to a country where he or she would face a substantial risk of torture ...
(University of Toronto, 2004)