States of Injustice

States of Injustice : Guide to Human Rights and Civil Liberties in the European Union

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There is a broad consensus in almost all member states of the European Union that the Union is in general a good thing. Politicians claim that the abolition of internal border controls will be of benefit to all concerned. But will it? This book, a comprehensive guide to human rights and civil liberties in the European Union, sets out to reveal the true extent of the deeply racist and anti-libertarian agenda of Fortress Europe. Michael Spencer provides an explanation of the complementary roles of Union institutions and the Council of Europe and clarifies the complex decision-making processes of the European Union. Areas of concern in different member states, as well as positive developments, are outlined in detail. Designed for quick reference as well as readability, and including extensive reference to original material, the topics covered include: asylum and immigration; police co-operation and data protection; racism and discrimination against minority groups, including gays and lesbians; social policy; and reform of the Treaty on European Union.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 19.05mm | 369g
  • PLUTO PRESS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • index
  • 0745309801
  • 9780745309804

Table of contents

Europe after Maastricht; guardians of human rights; abolishing border controls; refugees; immigration; racism, discrimination and social rights; policing, data protection and state control; national variations. Appendix: list of organisations.show more

About Michael Spencer

Michael Spencer is an independent writer and specialist consultant on European issues. He is the author of 1992 and All That: Civil Liberties in the Balance (Civil Liberties Trust, 1990).show more

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