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Title: Land Grabbing: a "New" Driver and a Challenge for International Migration Law
Authors: Rizzo, Alfredo
Keywords: Immigrazione
Politiche pubbliche
Sviluppo sostenibile
Issue Date: 13-Jul-2021
Citation: Rizzo A. (2021), Land Grabbing: a "New" Driver and a Challenge for International Migration Law, Lisbona, IPSA World Congress <>
Abstract: Through a mainly legal analysis, the research suggests a theoretical path in the perspective that, when it comes to emerging international challenges, the political decision-making levels effectively grant human rights protection and aim at broader sustainable development goals, including environmental protection. Indeed, migrations are in most cases due to weak public policies of the departure countries, in particular when such policies respond to aggressive economic practices implemented globally both by private companies and by foreign public actors, as exemplified by lands' massive acquisitions that too often hit negatively individuals' welfare and rights alongside the local populations' ones.
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