(14) (PDF) Populism as Plebeian Politics: Inequality, Domination & Popular Empowerment | Camila Vergara – Academia.edu

One of the most challenging aspects of the mainstream definitions of populism is that they do not help us distinguish between populist and supremacist politics. This article critically engages with the latest rebranding of populism as an Sorgente: (14) (PDF) Populism as Plebeian Politics: Inequality, Domination & Popular Empowerment | Camila Vergara – Academia.edu

(18) (PDF) GLOBAL MIGRATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE: BOOK SERIES Series Editors | Nando Sigona – Academia.edu

Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Sorgente: (18) (PDF) GLOBAL MIGRATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE: BOOK SERIES Series Editors | Nando Sigona – Academia.edu

Territorial and Non-territorial: the Mobile Borders of Migration Controls

This chapter examines the territorial and non-territorial borders of international migration controls. Migration controls are about people crossing or trying to cross territorial state borders, as well as about the immaterial, non-territorial borders embodied by such people. Differences in the personal conditions and legal statuses of individuals determine who should be allowed or forced toContinua a leggere “Territorial and Non-territorial: the Mobile Borders of Migration Controls”

Cosmopolitan Europe? Cosmopolitan justice against EU-centredness

Abstract Since the early 2000s, the concept of ‘cosmopolitan Europe’ (CE) has become popular among philosophers and sociologists as a ‘post-nationalist’ way to rethink and reform the European Union (EU) in an age of globalization. Thus, seeking its justification in the European cosmopolitan tradition as an answer to unrestrained nationalism in Europe, CE should makeContinua a leggere “Cosmopolitan Europe? Cosmopolitan justice against EU-centredness”

Antiracism apps: framing understandings and approaches to antiracism education and intervention 

Mobile apps for antiracism have become valuable pedagogical and activist tools for their real-time and mapping capabilities, their portability and intimate bodily presence, which enables a reaction exactly when an act of racism occurs. Antiracism apps: framing understandings and approaches to antiracism education and intervention Alana Lentin and Justine Humphry School of Humanities and CommunicationContinua a leggere “Antiracism apps: framing understandings and approaches to antiracism education and intervention “

Children and unsafe migration in Europe: Data and policy, understanding the evidence base

This briefing focuses on data on the rising number of migrant and refugee children arriving in Europe by sea. It highlights the gaps and limitations in data collection, inconsistencies in terminology, and the most significant findings for policy. Sorgente: Children and unsafe migration in Europe: Data and policy, understanding the evidence base | Nando SigonaContinua a leggere “Children and unsafe migration in Europe: Data and policy, understanding the evidence base”