Migrant Workers in International Human Rights Law: Their Protection in Countries of Employment

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Index
African Charter on Human and People's Rights:
comparison with international instruments 68
duties of individuals 68
expulsions in Africa, recurring 68n
force since, in 68n
human rights of aliens:

expulsion 68; family 69; freedom of movement 68

individual petition, right to 71
restriction of rights 68
security of the State 68
unique aspects of 68
aliens:
etymology 40
treatment in history 40-3
Vattel, development of state responsibility 42-3
American Convention on Human Rights:
Additional Protocol 67n, 69
comparison with international instruments 65-6
duties of non-citizens 66n
exhaustive list of prohibitions 66
focus of 67
force since, in 65n
grounds for limitation of rights 66, 67
human rights of aliens:
asylum 66; economic, social and cultural rights 67n; healthy environment 67n; expulsion 66; failure to recognize certain 67n; families 67n, 69; freedom of movement 66; health 67n; life 66; personal liberty 66; political rights 66, 67; progressive development of some 67n; social security 67n; trade unions 67n; women, children and elderly persons 67n; work 67n
individual petition 71
unique proclamation 65-6
American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man 66, 67
Council of Europe:
aims of 209
dual nationality:

discouragement 393n-5n; impeding naturalization requests 395

instruments of on:

citizenship, no right 392; cultural protection, no 367-8; employment access 293-9; expulsion 400n-2; health 321n; health problems, migrants, special 320; illegal migrants, deficient protection 266-7; minorities, protection of 366n; naturalization of migrants, no duty to 388; property 330, 331; racism, no combatting 275; repatriation, health reasons 321, 322n; social security 309, 312n-13n; social security, reciprocity 322; social security, residence 315; protection of state party nationals, only 227n-9

nationality a matter of national law 230n
order, legal 209
political activity, local 376n, 377n
position to protect migrant workers, strong 209
potential for increased importance 210
racism, action on 275-6
residence, far-reaching recommendations 392n
see also ECE, ECHR, ECMW, ESC
definitions:

developed and developing countries 2n; host countries 2; illegal migrants 2, 4-5; migrants 2; migrant workers 2, 3, 5; sending countries 2; voluntary and involuntary migration 14n

development of non-national protection 137
economic and social rights:

definition 1, 58-9, 60n

Europe, Western:
children, education of migrant:

culture, independent aim to retain 365n-6n; factors impeding 358n; illegally at work 359n; language programs 359n; mother tongue, point of 364n-5n; Sweden365n; underclass, development of 358n-9

dual nationality, increase 394n
employment policy, typical:

access 290n-3; children of migrants 292n-3n; permit linked with residence 384n; public service 355n

equality, migrants:

absence in COE/EC standards in respect of migrants from non-COE and non-EC member states 274-5; institutionalized discrimination, racism fuelled by 271-4; need for positive measures 274n

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