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(Dis)solving the “Problem” of Immigration: Why migrants and citizens alike should strive for a reformed labor system
Photo Credit: Beatrice Puddu Italian food is venerated by Italians and tourists alike. Being Italian, I am frequently told by others how much they love our food. But how many of them are aware of the conditions in which day laborers are forced to work to ensure its cheap and
Conceptual Issues in the Field of Forced Migration Studies: International Norms and the Internal Displacement of Workers Due to COVID-19
While the plight of internal migrant workers has been noticed, international law has not yet recognized the distinctive nature of their mobility.
Research Grants Available for Faculty and PhD Students The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility is pleased to announce the availability of research grants for New School faculty and PhD students on topics relating to the intersections of mobility and race. Joint proposals between faculty and PhD students will also
Memorial coffins at the Tijuana-San Diego border for those who died crossing. Tomas Castelazo, tomascastelazo.com / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0 Saturday, June 20 is World Refugee Day, honored by the United Nations to raise awareness and educate the public about refugees, their basic rights, their situation around the world,
BJP supporters in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, in 2019. Photo credit: Arun Sambhu Mishra / Shutterstock.com Nandita Sharma, Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants (Duke University Press: 2020) In February 2002, five months after Narendra Modi became chief minister of Gujarat, an anti-Muslim pogrom erupted in his state.