International human rights law aims to promote personal rights on a cross-border basis, taking into account matters pertaining to immigration, asylum and foreign policy. International human rights norms are increasingly being considered by legislators, courts and other decision-making bodies when shaping policy in this area.
The upcoming Refugee and Asylum Law in Ireland by Tim O’ Connor offers an in-depth consideration of the current regime in Ireland based, including analysis of the controversial direct provision system for processing asylum applications.
Other titles include International Human Rights: Perspectives from Ireland and Ireland and the European Convention on Human Rights: 60 Years and Beyond by Suzanne Egan.
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