UN World Youth Report



WYR 2013 Chapter One

Chapter One: Youth, Migration, and Development: Basic Facts

The decision as to who may enter and reside in national territories is the sovereign right of States. However, all those living within a country’s borders, including migrants, are entitled to the same respect, protection and fulfillment of their human rights, regardless of their origin, nationality or immigration status.

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