Filosofía y migración: Debates sobre la protección de los derechos de los refugiados venezolanos en Perú

Translated title of the contribution: Philosophy and Migration: Discussion on the Protection of the Rights of Venezuelan Refugees in Peru

Ena Cecilia Obando Peralta, Angela María Rincón Martínez, Vladimir Rodríguez Cairo

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Abstract

This paper aims to analyze the migratory phenomenon in the light of philosophy. Mobility is a fact as old as humanity, it responds to the need for progress, which has significantly helped in the evolution of man. However, war, disease, poverty, social marginalization, conditioned social scenarios and prompted human beings to transcend their geographical limits, seeking better life opportunities, thus guaranteeing the right to survival, advancing towards the consolidation of universal human rights. The present investigation assumes this theoretical-philosophical position; However, it recognizes the political, economic and social impact of migration in current scenarios; Therefore, it evaluates the specific case of the Venezuelan migration to Peru, pointing out the role that the Special Commission for Refugees has played in its performance as a state body whose function is to protect and enforce the right of refugees who enter the country Peruvian territory. For this reason, the importance of international agreements in the protection of refugees is recognized and, at the same time, the intrinsic value that exists in human nature is emphasized.

Translated title of the contributionPhilosophy and Migration: Discussion on the Protection of the Rights of Venezuelan Refugees in Peru
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)276-292
Number of pages17
JournalRevista de Filosofia (Venzuela)
Volume38
Issue number99
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Sep 2021

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