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来源:[J].JOURNAL OF GYPSY STUDIES, 2020, Vol.2 (1), pp.55-80
摘要:In Brazil, different ethnic and social minorities (Quilombolas, Indigenous peoples, people with disabilities, the elderly) have expressly got recognition in the Federal Constitution of 1988 and other normative instruments as subjects of human rights. This scientific article deals...
来源:[J].Border Crossing, 2020, Vol.10 (1), pp.29-42
摘要:Throughout the history of Western culture and art, there are numerous examples of those who, in their creativity, went beyond the limits of a particular art, embarking instead on attempts to combine in one artistic discourse the practices of various arts, such as music and p...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.309-324
摘要:Forced migration and displacement are two well-known results of internal armed conflicts of nations. A fundamental relationship associated with these humanitarian movements is the one entailing the link between the geographical distance travelled by migrants and their economic we...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.229-237
摘要:Despite the prevalence of the term over the last two decades, scholars have not agreed on a definition of, or approach towards, participation, although critiques have emphasised that participation is not an equal process for all parties involved. By reviewing the literature ...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.219-228
摘要:In this paper, we explore the seductive nature of a participatory approach to research with marginalized migrant populations in South Africa. We outline the opportunities offered by such an approach while at the same time emphasizing the need for caution by showing how the a...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.402-403
摘要:Constitutionalising the External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies in Times of Crisis, Legality, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights Reconsidered, Edited by Sergio Carrera, Juan Santos Vara and Tineke Strik, London, 2019, 336 p. ISBN: PB: 978 1 78897 247 5. Reviewed by João...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.289-297
摘要:Grounded in a collaborative theatre project with Black and Muslim second-generation Dutch youth in the Netherlands, this paper critically examines the use of participatory theatre as a method of knowledge production. Drawing on vignettes from the theatre project, I investigate th...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.239-247
摘要:Participatory research holds the potential to decolonize knowledge production and put research into action to advance social justice aims and the concerns of participant communities. Participatory approaches are becoming more accepted, yet the output and impact demands researcher...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.299-307
摘要:This contribution seeks to explore new forms of legal, human and social protection in which clients, lawyers and voluntary associations work together to identify vulnerable people and their needs and to defend them. It shows how forms of so-called collaborative lawyering can be a...
来源:[J].Migration Letters, 2020, Vol.17 (2), pp.379-398
摘要:Reactions, measures as well as discourses dealing with the current pandemic vary significantly across the world. While some countries were completely locked down, as was the case in Italy, some had claimed to have very few or no cases, as was the case in Turkey and Indonesia by M...

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