Migrant smuggling in Canada possible - lessons for beyond borders

Author
Winterdyk, John
Dhungel, Rita
Faculty Advisor
Date
2019
Keywords
smuggling , irregular migrants , asylum , Canada , human rights , 3E’s
Abstract (summary)
Even though migration has been seen as an expression of people’s willingness to overcome adversity to find and live a better life within the complex socio-political and diverse world of today, it has become a problematic phenomenon in Canada, and elsewhere. Aside from definitional challenges, the illegal move-ment of people presents a wide range concerns for States (e.g., accommodating the numbers, migrant integration, socio-cultural barriers, etc.). Defining and responding to ‘irregular migration’ is fraught with a number of challenges but recent cases in Can-ada provide possible options to ensure the safety and security of illegal migration movements not only in Canada but potentially internationally. An intervention and prevention model based on engagement, empathy, and empowerment (i.e. 3E’s) is discussed.
Publication Information
Winterdyk, J., & Dhungel, R., & (2019). Migrant smuggling in Canada: Possible lessons for beyond borders. Journal of Criminalistics and Law, 23 (3), 211-232. doi:10.5937/nabepo23-19409
DOI
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Item Type
Article
Language
English
Rights
Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA)