Vol. 1 No. I (2023): Migration, Security Threats, and Human Rights
This instalment of Migration Matters explores migration, security, and human rights. We examine modern migration's causes and effects in this issue. This issue emphasises human rights protection and examines migration's relationship to security issues like terrorism, transnational crime, and violent extremism.
This course examines national and international responses to migration-related security challenges. These articles examine the general usefulness of these programmes and specific aspects of migrants' rights and well-being, such as the sanctuary, protection from discrimination and exploitation, and integration into host communities.
Using a variety of theoretical frameworks and empirical evidence, this issue's essays illuminate the complicated relationship between migration, security, and human rights. It exposes policymakers' and practitioners' concerns and presents solutions to these critical issues.
Migration Matters, a peer-reviewed publication, publishes original research, insightful analysis, and practical solutions to advance academic and policy discussions of migration. Researchers, policymakers, and advocates will find this issue, "Migration, Security Threats, and Human Rights," useful for understanding the complex relationship between migration, security, and human rights in the modern world.