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Vojno delo
2019, vol. 71, br. 5, str. 63-76
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 09/11/2019
doi: 10.5937/vojdelo1905063P
Migration as a human right in media reporting
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Univerzitet Privredna akademija u Novom Sadu, Pravni fakultet

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Reporting on the migrant crisis phenomenon and the possibilities for its mitigation has been very important. Regardless of whether it has been written about migrants in Croatia, Serbia or Bosnia and Herzegovina, professional accountability is expected from the media. The results of the research indicate that there are differences between the analyzed daily newspapers in the writing approach to migration issues as human rights. There are a few texts on the migrants' integration processes, and there are almost none of affirmative texts regarding the migration issues. Regardless of the country's official position on the Moroccan Agreement, the objective reporting on such a universal phenomenon should be implied. The level of problems accompanying migrants often goes towards the attitude of the society that is often and mainly formed through media discourse. Migration is today a human right, and this vulnerable population deserves a nondiscriminatory media attitude and response to it. The professionals should act and directly contribute with their activities to the full respect of all people, and at the same time, respect professional ethics including the topic of migration, asylum seekers, or refugees.

Ključne reči

migration as a human right; universal phenomenon; non-discrimination; ethics

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