This Special Issue of European Journal of Migration and Law is devoted toanalysing some relevant facets of the conflict, which we seeat the heart of the current European approach to migration, between criminalizationof migrants and migrants’ rights. But it is also devoted to outliningsome strategies and practices through which the conflict might be avoided,or at least overridden. The papers focus on different facets of this overarchingsubject by adopting a European (EU and ECHR) perspective, as well as the perspectiveof specific MSs. Three domestic systems, in particular, are taken intoconsideration—the UK, France and Italy—and compared with the relevantEuropean standards concerning migrants’ rights.
|Numero di pagine||10|
|Rivista||European Journal of Migration and Law|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|
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