Migration and Integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia
Title
Migration and Integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia
Subtitle
A Comparative Perspective
ISBN
9789048519071
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eBook PDF
Number of pages
236
Language
English
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15.6 x 23.4 cm
Discipline
Asian Studies
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1. Introduction: Juliet Pietsch and Marshall Clark, Australian National University (ANU) Europe 2. Migration and integration policies in Europe: Domestic and regional frameworks (Juliet Pietsch, ANU) 3. New patterns of European migration: A broad view from a multidisciplinary perspective (Pawe? Kaczmarczyk, Magdalena Lesi?ska, Marek Okólski, University of Warsaw) 4. To what extent does European cross-border-cooperation promote more integration? (Elisabetta Nadalutti, ANU) Southeast Asia 5. Democratization, regional integration and migrant worker flows: Indonesia and Malaysia compared (Marshall Clark, ANU) 6. Malaysia and Thailand's migrant labour quandary: are repatriation, regularization, and RELA the only feasible solutions? (Prof. Amarjit Kaur, University of New England) 7. The backwards-and-forwards of Myanmar migration (Nicholas Farrelly, ANU) 8. Transit migrants in Indonesia: Mobility, human rights and everyday life realities (Antje Missbach, University of Melbourne) Australia 9. Abrogating human rights responsibilities at home and abroad: Australia and its near-neighbours (Prof. Linda Briskman, Swinburne University of Technology & Victoria Mason, ANU) 10. Courting disaster? Refugees and regionalism through the eyes of the judiciary (Prof. Penelope Mathew, ANU) 11. Indonesian migrant labour in the Australian fishing industry: A 'development-friendly' response to Australia's maritime border issues (Marshall Clark, ANU & Dedi Adhuri, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, LIPI)

Juliet Pietsch, Marshall Clark (eds)

Migration and Integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia

A Comparative Perspective

This volume brings together a group of scholars from a wide range of disciplines to address crucial questions of migration flows and integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia. Comparative analysis of the three regions and their differing approaches and outcomes yields important insights for each region, as well as provokes new questions and suggests future avenues of study.
Editors

Juliet Pietsch

Juliet Pietsch is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Politics and International Relations, Australian National University.

Marshall Clark

Marshall Clark is a Senior Lecturer at the Research School of Humanities and the Arts of the Australian National University in Canberra.