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Migration in the Mediterranean
Mechanisms of International Cooperation

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Francesca Ippolito, Elena Basheska, Dimitry Kochenov, Mervat Rashmawi, Janeen Rishmawi, Martin Welz, Elizabeth Eyster, Emanuela Paoletti, Julinda Bequiraj, Anja Wiesbrock, Delphine Perrin, Seline Trevisanut, Efthymios Papastavridis, Maria Giulia Giuffré, Patricia Mallia
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  • Date Published: January 2016
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107087859

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  • Mediterranean states have developed various cooperation mechanisms in order to cope with the issues that arise from migration. This book critically analyses how institutional actors act and interact on the international scene in the control and management of migration in the Mediterranean. It highlights how, even though the involvement of 'universal' international organisations guarantees a certain balance in setting the goals of cooperation mechanisms and buttresses a certain coherence of the actions, the protection of migrants' fundamental rights is still an objective as opposed to a reality, and security imperatives and trends still prevail in the aftermath of the 2011 Arab Spring.

    • Focuses on cooperation mechanisms to reveal the relevant actors and what they are actually doing in the field of migration
    • Makes plain the need for a holistic approach to migration, which takes into consideration all the different facets of migration
    • Goes beyond the advocated migrant rights approach to highlight how securitarian trends still prevail
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    • Date Published: January 2016
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107087859
    • length: 344 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.63kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Multilevel Cooperation in the Mediterranean:
    1. Conceptualising a migrant's rights-based EuroMed cooperation: political, legal and judicial rationale Francesca Ippolito
    2. EuroMed, migration, and frenemy-ship: pretending to deepen cooperation across the Mediterranean Elena Basheska and Dimitry Kochenov
    3. The League of Arab States and the protection of migrants Mervat Rashmawi and Janeen Rishmawi
    4. The roles of the African Union and its Member States in managing migration across the Mediterranean Martin Welz
    5. Expanding protection space in Libya and Tunisia after the 'Arab Spring': reflections on UNHCR's evolving role in mixed migration Elizabeth Eyster and Emanuela Paoletti
    6. Strengthening the cooperation between IOM and the EU in the field of migration Julinda Bequiraj
    Part II. Managing Regular and Irregular Migration in the Mediterranean:
    7. Euro-Mediterranean labour migration: a mutually beneficial partnership? Anja Wiesbrock
    8. Regulating migration and asylum in the Maghreb: which inspiration for an accelerated legal development? Delphine Perrin
    9. The EU external border policy: managing irregular migration to Europe Seline Trevisanut
    10. The EU and the obligation of non-refoulement at sea Efthymios Papastavridis
    11. Obligation to readmit? The relationship between interstate and EU readmission agreements Maria Giulia Giuffré
    12. The cooperative mechanism established by the migrant smuggling protocol to the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime Patricia Mallia.

  • Editors

    Francesca Ippolito, Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy
    Francesca Ippolito is Senior Lecturer in European Union Law at Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy, where she teaches, researches and publishes in European Union and international migration law and human rights.

    Seline Trevisanut, Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht, The Netherlands
    Seline Trevisanut is Assistant Professor of International Law at the Law School, Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht, The Netherlands, where her research interests include international law, the law of the sea, international migration law, international environmental law, human rights law, and international economic law.

    Contributors

    Francesca Ippolito, Elena Basheska, Dimitry Kochenov, Mervat Rashmawi, Janeen Rishmawi, Martin Welz, Elizabeth Eyster, Emanuela Paoletti, Julinda Bequiraj, Anja Wiesbrock, Delphine Perrin, Seline Trevisanut, Efthymios Papastavridis, Maria Giulia Giuffré, Patricia Mallia

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