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Bernard Duhaime est professeur au Département des sciences juridiques de l’UQAM, affilié à la CIDDHU et membre du CIRDIS

Protection of migrants from enforced disappearance : A human rights perspective

« The missing », International Review of the Red Cross, Volume 99, No. 905

Bernard Duhaime, 26 novembre 2018

This article looks at the issue of enforced disappearances of migrants during their migratory journey or once they have reached their destination, a subject yet to be addressed in the literature. It examines how the legal and analytical framework provided by international human rights law and migration law applies to enforced disappearances of migrants. It then reviews the factors that contribute to this phenomenon in different contexts, including the disappearance of migrants for political reasons, those that take place in detention and deportation processes and those that take place within the context of migrant smuggling and trafficking.

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Bernard Duhaime