Immigration and Refugee Law in Russia

Socio-Legal Perspectives

How do immigration and refugee laws work 'in action' in Russia? This book offers a complex, empirical and nuanced understanding. Les mer
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How do immigration and refugee laws work 'in action' in Russia? This book offers a complex, empirical and nuanced understanding.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Socio-legal perspectives on immigration and refugee law in Russia; 2. Immigration and refugee law in Russia: an overview of the legal environment; 3. Immigration and refugee lawyers as cause lawyers: cause lawyering with the grain?; 4. Everyday experiences of Russian immigration law: the entry bar case study; 5. Tracing the case file: culture of materiality in immigration and refugee law; 6. The use of human rights In Russian courts: analysis of judgments in immigration and refugee law cases; 7. Who are the humans behind the human rights cases? Migration cases from Russia to the European Court of Human Rights; Conclusions.

Om forfatteren

Agnieszka Kubal is a Lecturer at the Department of Social Sciences, University College London. She is a sociologist and migration studies scholar. She was educated in Krakow, Exeter and Oxford, with a postdoctoral spell at Harvard. Her D.Phil. looked at Polish migrants' experiences of the British legal environment post-2004 EU enlargement and was later published. Agnieszka's most recent research projects focused on human rights and access to justice for migrants and refugees in Russia, the third largest destination for migrants globally. She is a member of the Socio-Legal Studies Association and author of numerous publications in high-ranking journals, such as Law and Society Review, Law and Social Inquiry, and Migration Studies.