Migration, Security and Law: the Challenge of Human Rights and Cultural Diversity

TitreMigration, Security and Law: the Challenge of Human Rights and Cultural Diversity
Type de publicationArticle de revue
AuteurSzlovik, Maeva , da Cunha, Guilherme Lopes
PaysHongrie
EditeurCentre for European Research & Education
VillePécs
TypeArticle scientifique dans une revue à comité de lecture
Année2015
LangueAnglais
Date2015
Numéro1
Pagination7-14
Titre de la revuePécs Journal of International and European Law
ISSN2064-9401
Mots-clésborders, Human rights, migration, national defence, security
Résumé en anglais

Border control is fundamental to the existence of a State. The borders of a territory are of maximum importance to both public administration and national security. However, frequently these two realities are in conflict, when migration is investigated, during times of peace or conflict. It is intended to analyze to what extent the concepts of national security and border clash with the observation of human rights, especially for migrants.

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Titre abrégéPécs j. int. Eur. law