MIGRATION PROCESSES AS A PACKAGE OF CHALLENGES AND THREATS FOR PUBLIC SECURITY

Danguolė Seniutienė

Abstract


This article presents a framework of issues of migration processes.  Over the last five years, the European institutions have given priority to the European agenda on migration. Today after the Covid-19 pandemic, in the Europe and worldwide, dominated by a variety of crises, whether political, social or economic. The analysis of current trends in migration processes leads the conclusion that this issues still very actual and nowadays. Migration flows in one way or another also affect national security issues. The European Union's migration legislation reviewed and recommendations provided to the Member States. In the article, are raised questions: What encourages migration? Why is this now? Why migrate? Is migration a natural right?” Do migration trends and intensity not threaten security aspects? Migration processes taking place within state borders. Therefore, law enforcement officials: the police officials,  border officials  must  constantly  monitor  the  migration process,  analyse  the  findings  and adapt their daily work.


Keywords


migration processes; border guard; human rights; public security

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.13165/PSPO-20-25-23

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