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CIAO DATE: 10/2010

Driven from Home: Protecting the Rights of Forced Migrants

David Hollenbach

April 2010

Georgetown University Press


Table of Contents

Driven from Home: Protecting the Rights of Forced Migrants
Edited by David Hollenbach, SJ

Introduction: Human Rights and New Challenges of Protecting Forced Migrants
David Hollenbach

Part I: New Realities of Protection in a Human Rights Framework

1. Rethinking the International Refugee Regime in Light of Human Rights and the Global Common Good
Susan F. Martin

Part II: Normative Responses: Religion, Human Rights, Gender, and Culture

2. Justice for the Displaced: The Challenge of a Christian Understanding
Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator

3. Human Rights as a Framework for Advocacy on Behalf of the Displaced: The Approach of the Catholic Church
Silvano Tomasi

4. No Easy Road to Freedom: Engendering and Enculturating Forced Migration
M. Brinton Lykes

Part III: Protecting Rights at the Border: Denial of Asylum and Systemic Responses

5. Human Rights as a Challenge to National Policies that Exclude Refugees: Two Case Studies from Southeast Asia
Frank Brennan

6. Loving Humanity While Accepting Real People: A Critique and a Cautious Affirmation of the "Political" in U. S. Asylum and Refugee Law
Daniel Kanstroom

7. Closed Borders, Human Rights, and Democratic Legitimation
Arash Abizadeh

Part IV: Protection in the Face of Conflict and War

8. The Experience of Displacement by Conflict: The Plight of Iraqi Refugees
Maryanne Loughry

9. The Ethics and Policy of War in Light of Displacement
J. Bryan Hehir

10. Reinsterting "Never" into "Never Again": Political Innovations and the Responsibility to Protect
Thomas G. Weiss

Part V: Protection in Response to Economic Need and Environmental Crises

11. Economic and Environmental Displacement: Implications for Durable Solutions
Mary M. DeLorey

12. Refugees or Economic Migrants: Catholic Thought on the Moral Roots of the Distinction
Christopher Llanos