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What can Interdependence tell us about Migration Governance?

By on July 12, 2018
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Drawing from new research on migration in the Middle East, this blog post shows how migration-related interdependence does not simply allow ostensibly more powerful states – in this case Egypt – to push their policy agenda onto supposedly weaker states, such as neighbouring Jordan and Libya. Interdependence, in fact, can allow the ‘weak’ to coerce […]

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The New Chilean Government and its Shifting Attitudes on Migration Governance

By on May 3, 2018

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera has started his second term in office – his first presidency was 2010-14 – with a strong shift on migration policy and governance. The inability of the previous President, Michele Bachelet, to modify Chile’s out-dated Pinochet-era immigration law from 1975 has given Piñera the perfect excuse to make migration reform one […]

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Venezuelan immigrants in Roraima: provisional measures for an indefinite humanitarian crisis

By on March 22, 2018
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By Laura García-Juan   Since Brazil’s new Migration Act of May 2017 and Decree 9199 regulating its implementation of 21 November 2017, the flow of Venezuelans to the border state of Roraima in Brazil has been continual. The new Law does not specify the requirements for a humanitarian residence permit, but leaves the question to […]

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Feeling threatened by immigrants in your neighbourhood?

By on March 13, 2018
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Keywords: attitudes to immigrants, neighbourhood, community, defended neighbourhoods, Netherlands   Didier Ruedin (https://druedin.com/), Sjoerdje van Heerden   Using panel data on attitudes to immigrants in the Netherlands, we set out to test the so-called ‘defended neighbourhood’ thesis, a derivative of the ethnic-threat perspective. This statistical analysis, part of a research project funded by the Swiss […]

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Brazil´s Migration Governance: Hidden Actors, the New Law and the 2018 Presidential Elections

By on February 19, 2018
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By Diego Acosta, Marcia Vera Espinoza and Leiza Brumat   Brazil, the largest country in Latin America and the ninth largest economy in the world, has begun 2018 with a good deal of political uncertainty. Following his conviction for corruption, now being appealed, former President Lula da Silva – a well-known advocate of migrant’s rights […]

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