Incorporation, development, migrant organizations and state responsibility across borders by co-director Alexandra Delano

Incorporation, development, migrant organizations and state responsibility across borders

By Alexandra Delano


The State and the Grassroots examines the spatial and temporal dimensions of transnational activities carried out by both economic migrants and refugees, through a comparative analysis of different countries or origin and areas of settlement, and considering historical and generational shifts over time. This collection deepens the conversation across transnationalism, development, immigrant integration and diaspora studies, and pushes further the debates about state responsibility towards immigrants and emigrants, as well as the migration–development–incorporation nexus.

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