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Cultural Rights of Third-Country Nationals in EU Law provides a complex analysis of the cultural rights of third-country nationals in European Union Law. Originally published in Polish and translated into English for the first time, this book examines EU migration policy and law from the perspective of cultural rights protection for migrants as a part of the overall system of human rights protection in the EU. In offering a careful analysis of these standards and their implementation mechanisms, Cultural Rights of Third-Country Nationals in EU Law will be of use to all researchers on EU law, especially in the areas of asylum law, migration law and the protection of the borders. It will also be useful to scholars and practitioners in the area of cultural policy.
Migration migration law asylum law European Union Law cultural policy international affairs public law human rights international law european studies citizenship Common European Asylum System Schengen Borders Code Charter of Fundamental Rights diversity European Convention on Human Rights Treaty of Amsterdam Multiculturalism post-modernity foreign nationals
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Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
Law and Criminology
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