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Climate change, disasters, and the refugee convention / Matthew Scott
Climate change, disasters, and the refugee convention 책표지
  • ·표제/책임표시사항 Climate change, disasters, and the refugee convention / Matthew Scott
  • ·발행사항 Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2020,
    ©2020
  • ·형태사항 xxii, 184 pages :illustrations ;26 cm
  • ·총서사항 (Cambridge asylum and migration studies)
  • ·주기사항 Based on author's thesis (doctoral - Lunds universitet Juridiska fakulteten, 2018) issued under title: Refugee status determination in the context of 'natural' disasters and climate change : a human rights-based approach
    Includes bibliographical references and index
  • ·표준번호/부호 ISBN: 9781108478229  
  • ·분류기호 듀이십진분류법-> 341.486  
  • ·주제명 Refugees - - Legal status, laws, etc.  
    Asylum, Right of - - Environmental refugees  
    Legal status, laws, etc. - - Disaster victms  
    Legal status, laws, etc. - - 
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List of Figures
Series Editor's Preface
Acknowledgements
Note on the Text
Table of Cases
Table of Treaties and Other International and Regional Instruments
List of Abbreviations

1 Introduction
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The Dominant View
1.3 A Different Perspective
1.4 Structure of the Book

2 Two Disaster Paradigms
2.1 What Is a Disaster?
2.2 The Hazard Paradigm
2.3 The Social Paradigm

3 Jurisprudence on the Determination of Refugee Status in the Context of `Natural' Disasters and Climate Change
3.1 Methodology
3.2 Basic Principles of International Refugee Law
3.3 Structure of the Review
3.4 Disasters and Climate Change Are Peripheral to the Majority of Claims in the Review
3.5 Category 1: Indiscriminate Adversity due to the Forces of Nature
3.6 Category 2: Direct and Intentional Infliction of Harm
3.7 Category 3: Other Failures of State Protection
3.8 Unresolved Doctrinal Issues Arising from the Review

4 Interpreting the Refugee Definition
4.1 The Unitary Character of the Refugee Definition
4.2 The Relevance of International Human Rights Law to the Interpretation of Being Persecuted
4.3 The Methodology Prescribed by the VCLT

5 The Temporal Scope of Being Persecuted
5.1 Being Persecuted from the Perspective of the `Event Paradigm'
5.2 The `Well-Founded Fear' Element as Risk Assessment
5.3 Why a Predicament Approach to Determining the Existence of a Well-Founded Fear of Being Persecuted Is Appropriate

6 The Personal Scope of Being Persecuted: The Function of the Non-discrimination Norm within the Refugee Definition
6.1 The Non-discrimination Norm
6.2 The Non-discrimination Norm in International Refugee Law
6.3 Discrimination as an Inherent Feature of Being Persecuted
6.4 Definition of Being Persecuted

7 Refugee Status Determination in the Context of `Natural' Disasters and Climate Change
7.1 The Test
7.2 Step One: Being Persecuted for a Convention Reason
7.3 Step Two: The Standard of Proof
7.4 Step Three: Internal Relocation
7.5 Circumstances Not Reflecting a Well-Founded Fear of Being Persecuted for a Convention Reason
7.6 Conclusion

Appendix: Taxonomy
Bibliography
Index