Feminist jurisprudence, administrative justice and asylum

Halliday, Simon and Cowan, Sharon; Adler, Michael, ed. (2022) Feminist jurisprudence, administrative justice and asylum. In: A Research Agenda for Social Welfare Law, Policy, Practice and Impact. Elgar Research Agendas . Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Northampton, MA, pp. 213-228. ISBN 9781800886339

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While much research on social welfare examines the evolving nature of welfare needs, and debates the kinds of welfare provisions that should form the basis of law and policy, an equally important strand of research focuses on the processes by which such policies are delivered. Such decision-making by various kinds of welfare agencies represents the lifeblood of social welfare systems. It is important, then, as this collection of essays demonstrates, to frame the question of the acceptability of decision-making processes as being central to any research agenda around social welfare.


Halliday, Simon ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5107-6783 and Cowan, Sharon; Adler, Michael