Democracy Denied

In contrast to these new refugees, the immigrants which had settled earlier in
Hong Kong began to view the territory as less of a transit point and more of a
homeland (a key factor in the gradual creation of a home consciousness). The
reasons ...

Author: Nicholas Thomas

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 042985949X

Category: Political Science

Page: 320

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Published in 1999, this book is designed to provide the reader with a detailed understanding of Hong Kong’s social and political development. It offers a contemporary, holistic understanding of Hong Kong, which will not only complement existing works but also provide the reader with a solid foundation for understanding future developments in the territory. The book is divided into three sections: Identity, Civil Society and Politics. The first two sections provide a discrete understanding of the issues involved. This analysis is then utilised to explain the particular path of political development Hong Kong experienced in the 1980s and 1990s. Due to the in-depth analysis provided this work will be of use either to academics or to members of the general public seeking to understand the development of Hong Kong.

Access Denied

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Homeland Security. Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence



Category: Business logistics

Page: 39

View: 997

Reimagining Communication Experience

9. VIRTUAL. SPACE. Palestinians. Negotiate. a. Lost. Homeland. in. Film. Hania
A. M. Nashef ... Denied this right, the Palestinians are forced to sustain a virtual
homeland, create a space in which they can exist, which potentially would allow
a ...

Author: Michael Filimowicz

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351015338

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 270

View: 591

Reimagining Communication: Experience explores the embodied and experiential aspects of media forms across a variety of contemporary platforms, uses, content variations, audiences, and professional roles. A diverse body of contributions offer a broad range of perspectives on memory, embodiment, time, and more. The volume is organized to reflect a pedagogical approach of carefully laddered and sequenced topics, which supports meaningful, project-based learning in addition to a course’s traditional writing requirements. As the field of Communication Studies has been continuously growing and reaching new horizons, this volume presents a survey of the foundational theoretical and methodological approaches that continue to shape the discipline, synthesizing the complex relationship of communication to forms of experience in a uniquely accessible and engaging way. This is an essential introductory text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students and scholars of communication, media, and interactive technologies, with an interdisciplinary focus and an emphasis on the integration of new technologies.

No Home in a Homeland

Likewise, the other was sober, but his application to the Bailey House had been
denied because staff feared that his past as ... Similar to being refused access to
public housing and emergency shelters, being deemed unacceptable for Bailey ...

Author: Julia Christensen

Publisher: UBC Press

ISBN: 0774833971

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

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The Dene, a traditionally nomadic people, have no word for homelessness, a rare condition in the Canadian North prior to the 1990s. Julia Christensen documents the rise of Indigenous homelessness and proposes solutions by interweaving analysis of the region’s unique history with personal narratives of homeless men and women in two cities – Yellowknife and Inuvik. What emerges is a larger story of displacement and intergenerational trauma, hope and renewal. Understanding what it means to be homeless in the North and how Indigenous people think about home and homemaking is the first step, Christensen argues, on the path to decolonizing existing approaches and practices.

Department of Homeland Security Appropriations For 2006 Part 4 March 9 2005

Application Denials Question : When an application is denied what happens ?
What happens to the applicant ? Answer : A . THE DENIAL When an application
or petition for immigration benefits is denied , USCIS issues a written notice to the






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DESTINY Palestine - a Homeland Denied Palestine Chomeland denied
PALESTINE A. banned , and that freedom of expression is stifled . Possibly the
ability to ...




Category: Arab countries


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Access Denied

The various means by which Israel has denied Palestinian citizens access to
land within the state are the central theme of this study . We have identified three
main tools that ... a Jewish homeland in Palestine . During the 1948 war , the land
of ...

Author: Hussein Abu Hussein

Publisher: Zed Books

ISBN: 9781842771235

Category: Political Science

Page: 319

View: 461

This work examines how Israeli land policy inhibits access to land for Arab citizens within the 1948 boundaries of the state of Israel. It examines the system of land ownership, the acquisition and administration of public land and the control of land use through planning and housing regulations.

Home Without a Homeland

At the beginning of the new millennium , migrants were denied social services for
two years , at the time when they most needed them . Refugees , desperately
fleeing horrific homeland situations were neither welcomed nor easily accepted ...

Author: Nora Huppert

Publisher: Diana Giese

ISBN: 9780987193544

Category: Australia

Page: 425

View: 122

Nora Huppert was flown out of Prague on the first Kindertransport, on the eve of World War II. This rescue mission, initiated and organised by Nicholas Winton, saved the lives of hundreds of children. In Home without a homeland, Huppert tells her own fascinating story and those of other survivors of those terrible times. Her father, an anti-Fascist journalist from a cultured German Jewish family, foresaw the rise of the Nazis and escaped to the safe haven of England, where both he and Huppert spent the War. Her mother, brother and other family members were not so fortunate. Loss, rescue, the web of connections and the idea of home for someone who has experienced five migrations, are the book's compelling themes. If Nora Huppert lost the country and culture of her birth, her message is that she could make new homes in places beyond Europe and Israel, in benign Australia which is friendly to Jewish people and other migrants. Home for her is a quality of being, about blending in and making a contribution wherever she finds herself living. Read this book to relive the experience of one child refugee and to gain an insider's view of Europe before the War and Britain and Australia afterwards.

Justice delayed is justice denied a case for a federal employees appeals court

I am a major cosponsor of a bill to take FEMA out of the Department of Homeland
Security. I think it needs to be nimble, to not have its funds, for example, subject to
being stolen in the name of security when you get hurricanes every year, and ...


Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1422333132



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Refuge Denied

But now these Jews—who had watched the Nazis systematically destroy their
neighborhoods, businesses, and synagogues—bid farewell to their homeland
with a strange mix of emotions, an odd intermingling of regret and relief. But grief
over ...

Author: Sarah A. Ogilvie

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

ISBN: 9780299219833

Category: History

Page: 224

View: 207

In May of 1939 the Cuban government turned away the Hamburg-America Line’s MS St. Louis, which carried more than 900 hopeful Jewish refugees escaping Nazi Germany. The passengers subsequently sought safe haven in the United States, but were rejected once again, and the St. Louis had to embark on an uncertain return voyage to Europe. Finally, the St. Louis passengers found refuge in four western European countries, but only the 288 passengers sent to England evaded the Nazi grip that closed upon continental Europe a year later. Over the years, the fateful voyage of the St. Louis has come to symbolize U.S. indifference to the plight of European Jewry on the eve of World War II. Although the episode of the St. Louis is well known, the actual fates of the passengers, once they disembarked, slipped into historical obscurity. Prompted by a former passenger’s curiosity, Sarah Ogilvie and Scott Miller of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum set out in 1996 to discover what happened to each of the 937 passengers. Their investigation, spanning nine years and half the globe, took them to unexpected places and produced surprising results. Refuge Denied chronicles the unraveling of the mystery, from Los Angeles to Havana and from New York to Jerusalem. Some of the most memorable stories include the fate of a young toolmaker who survived initial selection at Auschwitz because his glasses had gone flying moments before and a Jewish child whose apprenticeship with a baker in wartime France later translated into the establishment of a successful business in the United States. Unfolding like a compelling detective thriller, Refuge Denied is a must-read for anyone interested in the Holocaust and its impact on the lives of ordinary people.

Asylum Denied

“A third option is to ask the Department of Homeland Security to reinstate
voluntary departure for a few more weeks. Even though the court denied you this
relief, DHS can grant it.1 But the department gave short shrift to the request for ...

Author: David Ngaruri Kenney

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520934725

Category: Social Science

Page: 360

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Asylum Denied is the gripping story of political refugee David Ngaruri Kenney's harrowing odyssey through the world of immigration processing in the United States. Kenney, while living in his native Kenya, led a boycott to protest his government's treatment of his fellow farmers. He was subsequently arrested and taken into the forest to be executed. This book, told by Kenney and his lawyer Philip G. Schrag from Kenney's own perspective, tells of his near-murder, imprisonment, and torture in Kenya; his remarkable escape to the United States; and the obstacle course of ordeals and proceedings he faced as U.S. government agencies sought to deport him to Kenya. A story of courage, love, perseverance, and legal strategy, Asylum Denied brings to life the human costs associated with our immigration laws and suggests reforms that are desperately needed to help other victims of human rights violations.

Art and Artists

Posters from Baghdad The Baghdad International Poster Exhibition 79 Category
1 : The Struggle of the Third World for Cultural & Political Liberation Category 2 :
Palestine A Homeland Denied NS LACRE OPPRESSION No More Oppression ...




Category: Art


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About Turkey

In 1878 , after the Ottoman defeat at the Turkish - Russian war , the Armenian
Patriarch ' s request for the British government to support Armenian claims for a
homeland in eastern Turkey were denied by the British Ambassador in Istanbul .

Author: Rashid Ergener

Publisher: Pilgrims Process, Inc.

ISBN: 9780971060968

Category: History

Page: 116

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Due Process Denied Detentions and Deportations in the United States

Over 100,000of these deportees had U.S. citizen children (Officeof Inspector
General of the Department of Homeland Security 2009). In theyear 2010 alone,
nearly 400,000 people were deported¦more than 50percent more than were
deported ...

Author: Tanya Golash-Boza

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136342281

Category: Social Science

Page: 70

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Due process protections are among the most important Constitutional protections in the United States, yet they do not apply to non-citizens facing detention and deportation. Due Process Denied describes the consequences of this lack of due process through the stories of deportees and detainees. People who have lived nearly all of their lives in the United States have been detained and deported for minor crimes, without regard for constitutional limits on disproportionate punishment. The court's insistence that deportation is not punishment does not align with the experiences of deportees. For many, deportation is one of the worst imaginable punishments.

Childhood Denied

Yet First Star's distinguished child welfare experts tell us repeatedly and clearly
that threats just as scary as those of Homeland Security endanger the safety and
future of many American children: right here, right now: abuse, neglect, and the ...

Author: Dr. Kathleen Kelley Reardon

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1483370879

Category: Social Science

Page: 256

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Childhood Denied: Ending the Nightmare of Child Abuse and Neglect is an exposé of how America ignores and often discards its most vulnerable children. Delving into the political, legal, and social factors of children at risk for abuse and neglect, it chronicles the plight of abused children across the nation and provides a "report card" for each U.S. state. With a practical, journalistic, and social scientific approach, this fervent book emboldens child welfare professionals, government representatives, lawmakers, child attorneys, law enforcers, and the general public to respond more effectively and consistently to the needs of children at risk.

The Utne Reader

WANTS TO PROMOTE ... But from that point on , he grew increasingly interested
in PALESTINE A HOMELAND DENIED Opposite : Designed by Israeli artist ...




Category: Underground press publications


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The Holocaust Denial

Instead of being the nation without a home , Jews are accused of illegitimately
possessing a homeland , and Israel is stigmatised as being the national state
without a genuine nation . The denial of the Holocaust fits into this new twist in
the old ...

Author: Gill Seidel

Publisher: Steve Parish


Category: Antisemitism

Page: 202

View: 719

Describes the events of the Holocaust, and present-day Holocaust denial, as part of the continuing history of antisemitism. Analyzes manifestations of Holocaust denial and neo-Nazism in Great Britain, France, West Germany, and the USA, giving details of specific persons and organizations and their international links (e.g. Arthur Butz, William Grimstad, Lenni Brenner, Robert Faurisson, David Irving, GRECE, the Institute for Historical Review). also discusses anti-Zionism as a form of antisemitism.

Justice Denied

Karp said , “ You mean they want a homeland ? ” “ I think there are some that do .
The liberation of western Armenia . But it is complex . There are no Armenians left
in that country to liberate , and of course , politically it is impossible ; Armenia ...

Author: Robert Tanenbaum

Publisher: Signet Book

ISBN: 9780451184894

Category: Fiction

Page: 423

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Homicide Bureau Chief Butch Karp and his dedicated A.D.A. wife, Marlene Ciampi have their hands full in a city of political terrorism, paid assassins, muggers, shysters, and a Mafia muscle man. Reprint.

Duty and Honor

The Jews won't be denied a homeland for long— not after what we've gone
through in Europe these past years. Being of mixed blood, I just don't know where
I'll fit in: German Catholic or Palestinian Jew?” “You'll succeed either way, young

Author: Daniel Reed

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595840892

Category: Fiction

Page: 112

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Kurt broke into a cold sweat, the blood draining from his face, his legs all but failing him as he stood beneath enormous pressure. He gazed confoundedly upon the condemned, their faces miserable masks of terror. A good soldier follows orders without hesitation. Kurt Muller, a young German corporal fighting for his life on the barbaric Eastern Front during World War II, is just such a soldier. But when he is ordered by the sinister SS Captain Rykert to execute Jewish hideaways not far from the front, he finds himself in a life-and-death struggle with the often-conflicting concepts of duty and honor. He chooses honor-a decision that will change him forever. Muller is now on the run from the Russian army, partisans, and even his own people, who are bent on seeing him destroyed for saving Jewish lives. Along the way, he finds not only true love with Elena, one of the Jewish hideaways, but also a purpose for living that had previously eluded him. Though the war ends in 1945, Kurt and his newfound love face further adversity when Captain Rykert reenters their lives. Will Kurt and Elena escape the evil captain's net of revenge, or will they pay the ultimate price for honor?

Foundations of Homeland Security

considered to have denied the equal protection of the laws secured by the
Constitution. National Defense Authorization Actfor Fiscal Year 2008, January 28,

Author: Martin J. Alperen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470934609

Category: Political Science

Page: 376

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This book is the complete guide to understanding the structure of homeland security – its underlying law and policy. Created from a broad and in depth, yet edited collection of statutes, policy papers, presidential directives, and other documents, it cultivates a detailed understanding of the foundations of homeland security. It is arranged in a topic-by-topic format structured to include only the documents and statues that affect a particular subject, making for much easier understanding. Thus, the chapter on FEMA contains only the portions of the statutes and other documents that relate to FEMA. There are twenty-five topic areas. It contains hundreds of end notes, references, and suggestions for further study. This book offers important legal guidance that students, law enforcement officers, lawyers, and other homeland security professionals need to accurately interpret, understand, and apply homeland security policy. The Introduction provides an in-depth overview of the subject of homeland security and includes a discussion of what is homeland security, definitions of homeland security and terrorism, what is homeland security law, its development, and what is a homeland security curriculum. There are contributing chapters about homeland security in Europe, and homeland security in China and Japan.