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How do individual nations and the international community states respond to those who choose to try life in another country, or are driven to do so by
and those stripped of their original nationality/citizenship by the discriminatory policy of a state.
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Note location details of results carefully: our neighbour library, the Bodleian Social Science Library, has much useful material for these areas of research too!
Refugees -- Legal status, laws, etc
Refugees -- Protection -- International cooperation
War - protection of civilians
Legal assistance to refugees
Asylum, Right of
Refugees -- Civil rights
Political refugees -- Civil rights
Refugee children --
Immigrant children -- Legal status, laws, etc
Immigrants -- Civil rights
Aliens -- Civil rights
Emigration and immigration law
Safe third country
Freedom of Movement (International law)
It is also probable that books classified just under broader subject areas - such as Humanitarian law or Human rights - will also have useful material.
This is our near neighbour - in the Manor Rd building. Not only does it have the Bodleian collection for Migration Studies and Refugee & Forced Migration Studies, but also collects the following: Area Studies, Criminology, Data & Statistics for Social Sciences, Economics, Evidence Based Social Intervention, Geography, International Development, Politics and International Relations, Social Policy & Intervention, Socio Legal Studies and