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Novelties in the field of Human Rights in the Migration Library

Human rights are the key issues in the contemporary world. The dilemmas connected with human rights are a growing concern in the European and world politics that is why it is crucial to update knowledge within this field.

The Migration Library is a unique activity in our region, but also in the whole country.

Thanks to the project MIGRANT! LOGIN:LUBLIN co-financed from the National Programme of Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and state budget we have bought new publications.

The themes of the new, English publications are taking into consideration human rights, security in Europe and migration policy. We encourage to acknowledge the following titles:

– Polish Migration to the UK in the “New” European Union after 2004

– Security, Insecurity and Migration in Europe

– Parliaments and Human Rights. Redressing the Democratic Deficit

– Civil Liberties and Human Rights, 11th edition

– Human Rights in contemporary European Law

– Human Rights of Migrants in the 21st century

We invite to visit our Library which is available every day from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. More available books in our Library here.

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