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"Canada (Attorney-General) v. Ward: A Review Essay"
(Oxford University Press, 1994)
The Supreme Court of Canada's recent judgment in Canada (Attorney-General) v. Ward considers various aspects of the international Convention refugee definition. The claimant fled Northern Ireland to escape retaliation by ...
(University of Toronto, 2004)
"Cross-Border Shopping for Ideas"
(Georgetown University Law Center, 1998)
"Refugee Women and the Imperative of Categories"
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995)
"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 ...
"New Directions for Refugee Policy: Of Curtains, Doors and Locks"
(York University, Centre for Refugee Studies, 2001)
"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 ...
"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 ...