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Fighting Human Smuggling or Criminalizing Refugees? Regimes of Justification in and around R v Appulonappa
David Moffette & Nevena Aksin (2018) Canadian Journal of Law and Society / La Revue Canadienne Droit et Société, 33(1), pp. 21-39. Abstract. Following the arrival of the MV Ocean Lady in 2009, four men were charged with human smuggling under s. 117 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for h...
Forced and Illegal Migrations from the Western Balkans to Europe: An Applied Anthropology of Security Approach
This article is devoted to the problems of globalization and migration. Especially from the 90s thenceforth, we have been observing a continuous increase of two criminal phenomena linked to forced and illegal migrations: smuggling of migrants and human trafficking.
Exclude to protect: the ‘war’ against trafficking in human beings and migrant smuggling and the new approaches to migration control in Ecuador
The ancient conception of security and human rights, on the one hand, and restriction and protection, on the other, are two exclusionary perspectives in the handling of international migration, this article argues that they both articulate and feed each other. We explore this articulation from the s...
Navigating Borders into the Netherlands provides a unique in-depth look at human smuggling processes. Based on biographical interviews with smuggled migrants in the Netherlands, the study reveals considerable differences that exist in smuggling's underlying causes, how journeys evolve, and outcomes...
LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN EDUCATION. An APPROVAL FOR DEFINITION, STUDY AND interrelations IN A globalised AND COMPLETED CONTEXT
The globalisation of the world economy, disinformation campaigns by power, crises: organic, food, migration; human trafficking and smuggling, among others, are challenges that the 21st century University must face in terms of training professionals who are resolved in order to tackle them and find e...
The case of migrant women from the Central American Northern Triangle: How to prevent exploitation and violence during the crossing
Abstract Violence and inequalities suffered by Central American women force their migration. Once the process has begun, they are exposed to greater violence because they are migrants, poor, indigenous or mestizo, women and, sometimes, minors. The journey is the space in which Central Americans, par...
Forced Labor Trafficking and Human Security From Various Perspective
Today's industrial revolution provides much of the facility to universal humanity. However, the current trend of modern technology has also witnessed non-traditional and cross-border threats such as drugs and fire arms smuggling and also heinous crime notably forced labor trafficking. This study add...
Prevention of Human Trafficking in Ethiopia: Assessing The Legal Framework
Recent findings have indicated that both in-country trafficking (trafficking of individuals from rural areas to relatively affluent towns and cities) and external trafficking (trafficking of individuals from a given country to foreign countries) are prevalent in Ethiopia. In 2012, the government acc...
PEMBINAAN NASIONALISME PEMUDA PERBATASAN MELALUI PROGRAM PENDIDIKAN LUAR SEKOLAH
Abstract: Developing the Nationalism for the Youth in the National Borders through Out of School Educational Program. The study is aimed at determining the socio-economic problems, their cause and effect on their nationalism, and developing an out of school training program to improve the nationalis...
Issues and problems faced by young Colombians at the beginning of the twenty-Ihttp century://ae0d51eb-2be2-40f2-80bb-3f3755c7eec6The young Colombian population for 2000 (aged 14-26) accounts for 21 % of the total. * * The problems of exclusion, lack of opportunities and reproduction of poverty are concentrated in this population group — especially among the most populators. Young men suffer from high rates of violent deaths and lower life expectancy compared to young people from other countries of America. Many of them are marginalised from science and technology, work opportunities, political participation, recreation and opportunities for expression. It is the ‘breeding ground’ for entry into the various channels of illegality: armed groups (guerrilla, paramilitary, common crime), drug trafficking and smuggling networks, prostitution, etc. The Youth Law was adopted in 1997. It establishes an institutional system for the design, implementation and evaluation of public youth policy, the creation of mechanisms for the protection of young people and the involvement of civil society in management, through various operational arrangements. However, youth issues have not yet succeeded in entering public agendas. The major challenge is to raise awareness of the role played by young people and to enhance the vision of and about young people as “subjects of rights”, for the full exercise of citizenship and the establishment of social and institutional guarantees, respect for and fulfilment of their fundamental rights.
La población joven colombiana para el año 2000 (entre 14 a 26 años) representa el 21% del total.** En este grupo poblacional -en especial, entre los más pobres- se concentran problemas de exclusión, falta de oportunidades, reproducción de la pobreza. Los hombres jóvenes padecen altos índices de muer...
Managing Migration: Is border control fundamental to anti-trafficking and anti- smuggling interventions?
Over the last several decades, globalisation and a growing concern over security issues, including transnational crime and terrorism, has shaped migration policies and the priorities of states. As migration rose to the top of many government agendas, a rapid tightening and regularisation of borders...
Addressing Overlapping Migratory Categories within New Patterns of Mobility in Peru
This article reflects on the construction and application of different migratory categories in the Peruvian context, including irregular migrants, refugees, victims of trafficking, and smuggled migrants. Through legal analysis and interviews with key migration actors in the country, the paper explor...
Assessment and Prioritization of Environmental Risks in Gaz and Hara Rivers Estuary International Wetland
Wetland ecosystems have many economic and ecological functions and values, but today their security and existence have been heavily influenced by various natural and human factors. Therefore, the present study was conducted to identify, rank and assess environmental risks threatening Khur-e- Azini I...
Plagiarism and ghostwriting: The rise in academic misconduct
The aim of this paper is to review the current situation regarding plagiarism and ghostwriting, and to stimulate debate about how universities should respond to the rise in these forms of academic misconduct. The apparent upsurge in academic misconduct means that universities today face one of the g...
Sexual services, drugs and human trafficking, smuggling – in GDP figures: Quality of life indicators
In recent years different kind of antisocial and criminal activities, according to the EU regulations, are being included in GDP indicators. The activities, included in GDP indicators are as follows: those of criminal nature (drugs, arms and human trafficking, corruptive activities, etc.); illegal a...
The EU-Turkey Agreement: A Controversial Attempt at Patching up a Major Problem
(Series Information) European Papers - A Journal on Law and Integration, 2016 1(3), 1097-1104 | European Forum Insight of 17 October 2016 | (Table of Contents) I. Introduction. - II. Returning irregular migrants to Turkey and Turkey as a non-safe country. - III. Resettling Syrian refugees into Europ...
Operation Sophia Before and After UN Security Council Resolution No 2240 (2015)
(Series Information) European Papers - A Journal on Law and Integration, 2016 1(1), 185-191 | European Forum Insight of 16 April 2016 | (Table of Contents) I. The context. Special attention to Operation Sophia's founding instrument: Council Decision (CFSP) 2015/778. - II. Political and Security Comm...
CRIMINALIZATION AND PROSECUTION OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN ETHIOPIA: ASSESSING THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN LIGHT OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
As is the case in many countries, in Ethiopia human trafficking causes multi-dimensional harmful consequences on individuals. With a view to addressing the problem, in 2012 Ethiopia acceded to the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplem...
Combating Terrorism and Terrorist Financing in the Peak of Refugee Migration and the and the Human Rights Issue
As the subject of discussion of this paper, the author refers to combating terrorism, and its developing and metamorphosing phenomena. Illegal arms sales, smuggling, and the activities of organised crime, like drug trafficking and prostitution, can generate huge sums that are used to fund illegal t...
An Anthropological Analysis of Human Trafficking and Smuggling of Migrants from the Western Balkans to the European Union
Especially from the 90s, globalization also showed its “dark side”, revealing the continuous increase of two criminal phenomena: smuggling of migrants and human trafficking. This contribution will analyze the author’s 8 years of fieldwork on the matter, from a standpoint drawn from her research...
Value Preferences of Teacher Candidates: Giresun Training Faculty for example
The main aim of this research is to identify the value preferences of teacher candidates. In determining the value preferences of learners, the Values, Crime Understanding and Moral Procedure Measure Measures (Gunsee, 1998) have been used. 28 examples of bad behaviour are associated with 7 values on...
DIFERENDUMUL TRANSNISTREAN: DE LA CONFLICT POLITIC LA AMENINŢAREA SECURITĂŢII DE STAT // TRANSNISTRIAN CONFLICT: FROM POLITICAL CONFLICT TO THE STATE SECURITY THREAT
Rezumat. Articolul de faţă este consacrat investigării multiaspectuale a diferendumului transnistrean atît din punt de vedere al conflictualităţii politice, cît şi din perspectiva ameninţării securităţii de stat a Republicii Moldova. O atenţie deosebită este acordată evoluţiei dinamicii diferend...
The necessity of reconceptualizing the migration of unaccompanied minors to the Canary Islands of Spain
<p>The migration of unaccompanied foreign minors (menores extranjeros no acompañados, MENA) represents a new model for international mobility in Spain, one with its own particularities compared with other migratory flows. The dual nature of being unaccompanied and unauthorized leads to conflicts in...
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The Criminal Law Intervention on Migratory Founder
The purpose of this article is to analyse the legitimacy of criminal intervention in current migration flows. The main premise is that the use of criminal law as a management tool to control migration flows ratifies the rhetoric of fear of imminence and encourages organised crime that has been struc...