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Title: Migrants and Refugees in European Union: “Warm Peace”, Human Rights Education and Political Sustainability
Authors: Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
Campina, Ana
Keywords: European Union
Human rights
International legal system
Issue Date: Nov-2018
Citation: Silva, M. M. M., & Campina, A. (2018). Migrants and Refugees in European Union: “Warm Peace”, Human Rights Education and Political Sustainability. Journal of Education and Training Studies, 6(11), 29-32. Disponível no Repositório,
Abstract: Nowadays European Union migrant’s situation, named as a crisis, has begun during the II World War due the Holocaust. Considering the EU position and their state member facing serious Human Rights violation as well as a political complex diplomatic development (inside and outside) the European context. Holocaust has obliged millions of European citizens to “escape” from their own countries to be able to survive. The political consequences of this movement were controlled based on the diplomacy considering the war context and each state “position”. Due the most different reasons, along the 20th century the migration in, from and to Europe was an important and strong social movement but without a negative global political impact but economical. However, the last decade, especially after 2010 with the “Spring Arab” revolutions in Middle East and North Africa, Europe has been the destination of millions - illegal migrants and Refugees.
ISSN: 2324-805X
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