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Forced migration in a moral polity and the public role of migration research / Thomas Faist
VerfasserFaist, Thomas
ErschienenBielefeld : Center on Migration, Citizenship and Development, 2018
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Bibl. Referenzoai:gesis.izsoz.de:document/60964
SerieCOMCAD Working Papers ; no. 163
SchlagwörterEuropa / Migration / Menschenrechtskonvention / Migrationspolitik
URNurn:nbn:de:hbz:6:2-125179 
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Many countries in Europe receiving refugees are signatories to human rights conventions, and we can thus speak of a moral polity. Yet we also find externalisation of migration control and widespread refusal to receive forced migrants. This observation raises three questions. First, in what sense can we speak of a moral polity around forced migration? In other words, what are the existing elements of a global regime around forced migration? Second, how is the discrepancy between human rights declarations on the one hand and restrictive policies on the other hand reflected in exclusion and inequalities? This question is placed in the context of the externalisation of control which has spurred the securitisation of migration with respect to socio-psychological, political-legal, and economic aspects. The main argument is that the dissonance between moral proclamations, on the one hand, and inaction on norms combined with externalisation of migration control on the other, has contribute

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