POSITION OF FOREIGN WORKERS, MIGRANTS AND PERSONS WITHOUT CITIZENSHIP ACCORDING TO THE MACEDONIAN NATIONAL LEGISLATION

  • Zaklina Stojanova

Abstract

In this paper, we make an analysis of the situation, with a special emphasis on the right to employment of foreigners, migrants and stateless persons, which we analyze through the legal and bylaws in a positive law of the Republic of Macedonia, that is, in the domestic law. By conducting an analysis of the status and status of foreigners, migrants and stateless persons, we are actually seeing the possibilities available to these people in the direction of their equalization with the other citizens of the Republic of Macedonia. In elaborating our topic on this paper, we first start with the notion of a foreigner, a migrant and a stateless person, as well as their determination in our country. The analysis of the legal framework regarding the legal status of foreigners, migrants and stateless persons represents an extremely strong scientific and research challenge due to the exceptional importance of the regulation for these people as a whole. If the regulation regarding the status of foreigners, migrants and stateless persons is analyzed, the impression of the exceptional importance of regulating their rights as a source and promoter of many essential changes and value components in the function of forming a democratic society without discrimination is undoubted. In this regard, the impact of the degree of respecting the values and principles of values, human rights and freedoms of these persons on the development of democracy and the rule of law is especially emphasized.

Keywords: protection, rights, freedoms, discrimination, regulation.

Published
Sep 26, 2019
How to Cite
STOJANOVA, Zaklina. POSITION OF FOREIGN WORKERS, MIGRANTS AND PERSONS WITHOUT CITIZENSHIP ACCORDING TO THE MACEDONIAN NATIONAL LEGISLATION. Student's Social Science Journal, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 4, p. 83-91, sep. 2019. ISSN 2545-4021. Available at: <http://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/sssj/article/view/3252>. Date accessed: 07 dec. 2019.