MIGRATION: ADVOCACY FOR A WORLD WITHOUT BORDERS

Authors

  • Camille Mukoso, SJ Author

Keywords:

Migration, Advocacy, Theology

Abstract

The right to migrate is experiencing a renewed interest in the world today as the plight of illegal immigrants strikes our consciousness, with no political or legal solution seeming adequate to address the phenomenon. This article explores the thesis that national borders are more harmful than beneficial in the current context, and thus, it would be wise to open them widely. We argue that this opening would not be detrimental to host countries but would contribute to equality among all individuals. In celebrating Hekima’s 40 years of existence, this article calls on the institution to lead in researching migrant conditions.

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Published

15.05.2024

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