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RAMOS, José María. Governance and Security: Redefining Mexican Migration Policy, 2012-2014. Migr. Inter [online]. 2016, vol.8, n.3, pp.65-94. ISSN 2594-0279.

The main objective is to analyze the importance of governance app. roach in order to reduce the violation of human rights of migrants under the Mexican immigration and security policies. The main contribution of this paper is to promote a model of governance for results that can guide effective implementation of the current Mexican immigration policy, particularly with regard to the Special Program for Migration (PEM, 2014-2018). The paper starts the premise that there is a limited app. roach of governance for results in Mexican migration policy and therefore, has not been reduced the insecurity and violence that affect the human rights of migrants in Mexico and particularly in the northern border.

Keywords : governance; security; migration; rights; intergovernmental.

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