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Migration, mobilities and movement
Migration flows have led to new governance challenges and political backlashes. The 'migrant crisis' has created global tendencies toward increasingly restrictive border controls and populist movements that target migrants for violence and exclusion.
Addressing Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities and Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, our titles in this area examine conflict, insecurity, access to justice and how policy should pay attention to the needs of marginalised populations.
Key on our list is the Global Migration and Social Change series. This series opens up interdisciplinary terrain and develops new scholarship in migration and refugee studies that is innovative, empirically rich and policy engaged.
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Bristol University Press and Policy Press are signed up to the UN SDG Publishers Compact. In Mobilities and movement, we aim to address the following goals:
A selection of related journal articles
From Families, Relationships and Societies:
Migrant mothers: performing kin work and belonging across private and public boundaries
Mothering and othering in the city: Polish migrants in the UK
A mother's work is never done: migrant mothers' struggles and sacrifices in a Swedish context
Transmitting marriage models across generations: narratives of mothers and daughters between Morocco and Italy
Migrant mothers: kin work and cultural work in making future citizens
From Global Discourse:
Seeing Like a European Border: Limits of the European Borders and Space
Reply: Reflections on Borders, Boundaries and the Limits of Europe
Brexit: a requiem for the post-national society?
Reply: Can a post-national vision better tackle racial discrimination than a national one? Response to Adrian Favell: 'Brexit: a requiem for a post-national society?'
Migration, solidarity and the limits of Europe
Reply: Response to 'Migration, Solidarity and the Limits of Europe' by Martina Tazzioli and William Walters