Desplazados medioambientales y Derechos Humanos : una construcción conceptual sine qua non para su protección jurídica internacional | Environmental displaced people and human rights: a conceptual construct as previous step for their international legal protection
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Desplazados medioambientales y Derechos Humanos : una construcción conceptual sine qua non para su protección jurídica internacional | Environmental displaced people and human rights: a conceptual construct as previous step for their international legal protection

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Desplazados medioambientales y Derechos Humanos : una construcción conceptual sine qua non para su protección jurídica internacional | Environmental displaced people and human rights: a conceptual construct as previous step for their international legal protection

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Gracia Pérez, Daniel
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019
This paper is based on the hypothesis that it is not possible to design an international protection regime for people displaced by environmental disruptions without first clarifying what is meant by "environmental displaced" and how this understanding has been reached. Thus, the article is structured in two parts. The first of them aims to reconstruct how the concept of environmentally displacement has been shaped in academic thinking, both from environmental and migratory studies. The second one, on the other hand, analyzes the first definition of environmental displaced which appears, with a legal vocation, on the international scene and the influence that those previous streams have had on it.

    Gracia Pérez, Daniel. Desplazados medioambientales y Derechos Humanos : una construcción conceptual sine qua non para su protección jurídica internacional | Environmental displaced people and human rights: a conceptual construct as previous step for their international legal protection. En: Cuadernos electrónicos de filosofía del derecho, 39 2019: 30-

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