Frontiers of Law, Political Science and Art

International migration law provide protection of the rights of individuals involved in migration.


Nazni W. A.

A renewed try to a consolidation was made within the late eighties by IOM technical cooperation Centre in Vienna and its output was published in 2001 within the “Migration Handbook” edited by P. J. Van Krieken. This product cannot be said to be exhaustive and any comments or suggestions for an eventual second, and more complete. Recognition of the rights of migrants and therefore the need for the promotion and protection of those rights within the exercise of state sovereignty has been present in IOM’s constituent documents since the Organization’s foundation. The IOM Constitution, certain Council decisions and policy documents provide the idea for IOM’s involvement in promoting IML as a part of its comprehensive migration management frameworks.


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