The contested right to EU-Europe

Unlawful push-backs of migrants at the European border implemented by Spanish and Moroccan security forces have become highly visible throughout 2014. These repressive practices as well as the human rights discourses justifying or condemning them tell much about today’s power relations in postcolonial Euro-African borderlands: negotiated by various local, national and European actors, yet constantly contested and transformed through transnational migrants’ mobility.

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Who is a migrant?

The answer to this question might seem pretty obvious. Everybody claims to know what a migrant is, since migration is an omnipresent issue in media and politics. But is the term really so easily defined? And who defines himself as a migrant?

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Migration and things: little stuff that sometimes matters

What do people take into their luggage when they change their countries of residence? How does their attachment to things, places and people change over time?

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So close, so far away
Nov15

So close, so far away

Tangier, Morocco (March 2013)

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Politics and power in Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp

Jordan’s Za’atari camp for Syrian refugees is now the fourth largest population centre in the country. As the settlement is slowly transforming into something much more permanent, humanitarian relief agencies become increasingly involved in the political government of the camp population, not without resistance.

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Politics and power in Jordan’s Za'atari refugee camp

Jordan’s Za’atari camp for Syrian refugees is now the fourth largest population centre in the country. As the settlement is slowly transforming into something much more permanent, humanitarian relief agencies become increasingly involved in the political government of the camp population, not without resistance.

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