The phenomenon of globalization, identification and implementing of practical solutions for sustainable development, environmental security, and human development as a whole has also led to a strengthening of the right to happiness. The emergence of the World Happiness Report, as a reference survey of the state of global happiness, shows that happiness does not have the same content and the same configuration everywhere, but it is certainly an ideal to achieve. This article highlights the conclusions of the World Happiness Report for 2018, with special attention to migration, by emphasizing the right to migrate in search of happiness. The originality of this report is represented by the emphasis on the happiness-migration relationship, analyzing this relationship from the point of view of the economic, social, territorial and not only.
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