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Guido Amoretti

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Migration flows are part of human history. The process of globalization, if on the one hand it seems to favour the movement of human beings, on the other hand it is creating the conditions for the recovery of migratory flows, especially within some areas of the world and, in part, directed towards advanced development countries. This creates problems of acceptance on the part of the host with respect to the customs and habits of the guest. Resistance to reception, used for political ends by populist parties, has deep roots that have to do with psychological and social factors: defence mechanisms, stereotypes and prejudices. The article stresses the importance of training in overcoming these obstacles to building a society that is first multicultural and then intercultural.

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Nicoletta Varani and Enrico Bernardini

References AA. VV. Il muro ungherese alle porte dell’Europa. Internazionale.it. Reference to a web source [Online] Available: https://www.internazionale.it/video/2018/05/23/muro-ungherese-porte-europa (May 23, 2018) Bredeloup S. 80% de la migration sur le continent est intra-africaine. La Tribune Afrique. Reference to a web source [Online] Available: https://afrique.latribune.fr/politique/politique-publique/2017-04-17/anti-cliche-80-de-la-migration-en-afrique-ne-se-fait-pas-vers-les-pays-du-nord-interview.html (April 17, 2018) Camilli A. Non

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Nicoletta Varani and Enrico Bernardini

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Planetary interdependence makes the task of states and international organizations to guarantee security inside and outside national borders ever more urgent. The tendency is to widen the space from national to international and to conceive of security as multidimensional for the satisfaction of human needs, assumed as priority needs with respect to those of the States. The old concept of national security must today confront the new concept of human security cultivated within the United Nations, which places the fundamental rights of the individual and of people at the centre of attention and lays the foundations for overcoming the traditional politics of power.

The concept of human security emphasises the security of the individual and his protection from political violence, war and arbitrariness. It takes account of the strong correlation between peace policy, human rights policy, migration policy and humanitarian policy.

The contribution provides, through a series of social indicators such as the Global Peace Index (GPI), Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) and the World International Security and Policy Index (WISPI), a framework on risk, security, human rights violations in the African continent and examines some significant case studies related to sub-Saharan Africa.

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Diana Spulber

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