Intersections of Migration and Education from the Perspective of International Law
In context of reviewing several Sustainable Development Goals through the mechanism of UN High-level Political Forum in 2019, the purpose of this paper is to enrich the dialogue on the interconnection and mutual influence between different goals in the example of Goals 4, 8 and 10 relating to migration and education. Both migration and education can be found in the Declaration, and goals and targets, specifically. The issues of migration and education are intertwined in many aspects. The three points were chosen from the many mentioned in the development agenda, which are the access of migrant children to education, the quality of that education in context of integration problems faced by children and educational systems and education in the field of migration, and academic migration. As an illustration to the problems raised, the experience of the Russian Federation is taken, as this country is in the top-list of migrants receiving states for years. Education on migration is taken at the example of the most settled part of migration sphere in law, which is the refugee law, with the links between theory and clinical experience of law students. Finally, the academic migration is touched upon through concepts of "brain drain", "brain circulation" and "brain waste".