By Peter Nyers,Kim Rygiel
Migration is an inescapable factor within the public debates and political agendas of Western international locations, with refugees and migrants more and more considered during the lens of defense. This ebook analyses contemporary shifts in governing worldwide mobility from the viewpoint of the politics of citizenship, applying an interdisciplinary process that employs politics, sociology, anthropology, and history.
Featuring a world staff of major and rising researchers engaged on the intersection of migrant politics and citizenship stories, this e-book investigates how regulations on mobility aren't purely producing new kinds of inequality and social exclusion, but in addition new different types of political activism and citizenship identities. The chapters current and speak about the views, reports, wisdom and voices of migrants and migrant rights activists so that it will greater comprehend the categorical concepts, strategies, and data that politicized non-citizen migrant teams produce of their encounters with border controls and defense applied sciences. The booklet focuses the controversy of migration, safety, and mobility rights onto grassroots politics and social pursuits, making a huge intervention into the fields of migration experiences and significant citizenship studies.
Citizenship, Migrant Activism and the Politics of Movement might be of curiosity to scholars and students of migration and protection politics, globalisation and citizenship studies.
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