Augustin Nguh (Cameroon) is a recent graduate of the International Studies MA program at the University of Pannonia Kőszeg Campus. He also holds a LL.M in International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa. He has worked for various organizations and law firms in Africa and Europe in the capacity of research fellow and independent consultant. His research interests include human rights, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, migration, and indigenous peoples’ rights.
Topics: Reverse Migration to Africa: Challenging the Current Migration Paradigm; Weaponizing the Migration Crisis: A case study of Russia and Turkey; The Safety/Security nexus and the Humanitarization of border enforcement: The Case of the European