Crime and Criminal Law- Perspectives on Global Migration (English) (Hardcover)

ISBN: 978-93-88409-47-6

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Crime and Criminal Law- Perspectives on Global Migration (English) (Hardcover)

Dr.Sanjeev P. Sahni is presently a Professor at O. P. Jindal Global University and Principal Director of the Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences, serving in his capacity as Member of the Governing Body and Advisor to the Vice Chancellor. He is also the Director for the Centre for Innovative Leadership

Poulomi Bhadra is an Assistant Professor and Assistant Director at Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS), O. P. Jindal Global University. Prior to joining JGU, she was working with the Natural History Museum, London and the Metropolitan Police on research in forensic entomology. Her research interests are built on a multi-dimensional, interdisciplinary profile that is predominantly focused on the intersection of forensics, law and criminology as well as cultural policies, art crimes and art laws.

This book brings together a valuable amalgamation of international perspectives from across the globe, including countries from South America, South-east Asia and Europe to provide a comprehensive understanding of the migration phenomenon with relation to crime and criminal law. Forced migration caused by oppressive regimes or natural disasters has displaced a large number of people globally in the last decade alone, leading to several other issues such as armed conflict, persecution, severe economic insecurity, environmental degradation or other failures in governance. The complexity and scope of this phenomenon calls for reparative measures, formulation of new policy responses and effective legal and institutional management of the problem at all levels, national and global.


Book Details
Author Dr Sanjeev P. Sahni, Poulomi Bhadra
ISBN 978-93-88409-47-6
Subject General >> Terrorism
Number of Pages 224
Weight 445 g
Publisher Haranand Publications
Publication Year 2020
Language English
Binding Hardback

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