Monday, November 1, 2021

Cornell International Law Journal Symposium on Human Mobility During COVID-19

Building upon 14 principles for how international law should protect migrants, refugees, and other displaced persons during the COVID-19 pandemic -- which has been endorsed by more than 1,000 scholars worldwide – a group of international law scholars have collaborated to create a series of short essays looking at a set of pressing legal and policy issues relevant to this and future pandemics and the rights of migrants under international law.  The result is a symposium on "Human Rights and Human Mobility" published in the Cornell International Law Journal

Introduction to Symposium

T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Ian M. Kysel, & Monette Zard

The Right to Health

Joanne Csete

Implementing Principle 2: The Legal Framework vs. the Reality

Iain Byrne

COVID-19, Surveillance, and the Border Industrial Complex

Petra Molnar

Refugees and the Scope for Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination

Kristin Bergtora Sandvik

Concluding Comments: Revisiting the Principles of Protection for Migrants, Refugees and Other Displaced Persons, One Year On

Guy S. Goodwin-Gill

Concluding Comments: (A) Few Promising Avenues for Promoting the Rights of Migrants in the Post-Pandemic

Ian M. Kysel

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/immigration/2021/11/cornell-international-law-journal-symposium-on-human-mobility-during-covid-19.html

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