Fleeing Homophobia brings together a collection of socio-legal essays written by established and early career scholars of refugee law. The asylum develops from the Fleeing Homophobia project, and an earlier conference on the same theme, and aims to provide a timely and critical analysis of law and practice in the adjudication of sexual orientation and gender identity-related asylum claims.
The collection provides an important contribution to the growing body of scholarship now published on LGBTI asylum law. Frequent reference is made to the pending judgment in X, Y, Zand the themes addressed throughout the collection continue to be of pressing relevance beyond these judgments Most users should sign in with their email address.
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