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Immigration law and human rights: The unequal, disorganized, and consequential movement of people

Marko Nikolic´

227 pages
Arcler Education Inc
By reading this book you will enter into the core of the problems that follows the dislocation of people. You will clearly see all the psychological, economic, cultural and social aspects which condition both the issues of crime in individual states and the way in which international law will be applied to these people. Of course, no less important is the issue of preserving the basic human rights of those who change their domicile for a certain reason. The approach to the problem is comprehensive, and will help us to better understand the reason for accepting or not accepting newcomers in the new environment.
Author Bio
Marko obtained his Master’s degree from University of Belgrade - Faculty of Law in 2014. He specialized in Criminal Law, Family Law and Environmental Law. He spent his Master year studying about international child abduction in modern world. He was employed in Ministry of Defense’s Legal Department and was also working as a legal secretary in numerous educational institutions. His freelance engagements are including more than 40 long-term clients and he also established a consulting agency in 2021. In addition to professional literature editing, he published a novel on the subject of history and mythology.