Name, affiliation, contact details, and short bio of Guest Editor s 3. To pursue the claim that we need to rethink the accounts of political community that anyone with credibility as a political analyst would much prefer to leave as a constitutive assumption of almost everything they want to say, takes some courage. Isin, Peter Nyers, Bryan S. Guest Editor s will work with a member of the Editorial Team to assemble a Special Issue that meets the highest scholarly standards. He is the author of Irregular Citizenship, Immigration, and Deportation Routledge 2019. Drawing on Foucauldian analytics, the analysis demonstrates how key strategies employed to govern refugees, namely spatial confinement and development interventions are also creatively subverted by refugees and appropriated as bases for resistance and political mobilization. However, many policies and programmes are not based on supporting data.
In saying this, social geographers have more recently sought to examine the influence of structural and environmental agents on human mobility -particularly in these 'state of exception' situations see Nyers, 2006. Also being challenged and recognized is that private persecution, mainly against women in a state that supports patriarchal values, must, as feminists insist, be recognized as persecution that gives women that right to claim asylum. Sassen argues that postnational citizenship is more broad-based than the concept of denationalised citizenship, as state remains the point of interest, and citizenry rights evolve outside the state, while in denationalised citizenship rights remain within the domains of the state. How and to what extent are refugees able to carve out political space where they can engage with and affect their lives and their situations? Evasive Manoeuvres: Refugee Warrior Communities Recast the Political Conclusion. The British Council translation Web site refers us to the collaboration between Martin Bowman, born in Montreal of Scottish parents, and Wajdi Mouawad, a theater director born in Beirut and brought up in Montreal, in which they arrived at a particular orthography and transposed demotic to capture the language of Welsh's Scots speakers in Joual. This article puzzles out the relationships between displaced peoples, their families, resettlement, the household, employment, and social reproduction — the often voluntary, feminized, and un- or under-compensated labour that reproduces a family, household, or labour force.
The future of the transatlantic relationship is rarely out of the headlines in Europe or North America. International refugees theoretically can invoke their universal human rights to gain asylum from the oppressive or restrictive behavior of sovereign states. Based on this assumption, the paper investigates the role of managing temporality of Marka camp in crafting distinctive urbanisms that have existed for decades, yet, occasionally visited in literature. Being governed by fragmented authority, uncertain sovereignty and undetermined duration McConnell 2009;Wilson 2012 , Palestinian situation challenges the conventional understanding of both refugees and camps Ramadan 2013. Isin, Peter Nyers, Bryan S. This last conceptual area is clearly indebted to the pioneering study of Franz Kafka by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, Kafka: Toward a Minor Literature. Special issue of Citizenship Studies 11:1 February 2007.
It is concluded that rights are instruments that facilitate political and social intervention and that the context in which rights are invoked is crucial to their potential effect. In Jordan, Palestine refugee camps have turned by time into socioeconomic centers of gravity and cores of urban and regional expansions. As long as we filter protection through the concept of sovereignty, we are doomed to devote attention not to protection but to the many practices that limits access to protection. Two Special Issues will be published in a 2016 issue of the journal. In classical conceptions of security, derived from a realist paradigm of international relations, the relevant agent about whose security one should be concerned was the sovereign state, and insecurity sprang from the anarchical order in which sovereign states subsisted.
Findings suggest that photographs address polemics specific to the European refugee crisis. One phenomenon which has brought these two discourses into conflict is that of people-smuggling, which some see as a non-traditional security threat, but which arguably enhances the human security of those in need whom it assists. While humanitarianism is often portrayed as posing a challenge to the codes and practices of state sovereignty, this article argues that framing the refugee phenomenon as a 'humanitarian emergency' works to sustain constitutive practices which stabilise and reproduce statist resolutions to questions of political identity, community, and world order. We compared these results with recommended emergency phase minimum indicators. Normally, Special Issues consist of seven articles as well as an article length Introduction.
Notes from the Field, Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies November 2018. To claim that protection and assistance need to be kept separate does not imply that assistance is something irrelevant but simply highlights the different rationales of each concept. The crisis discourse that is commonly mobilised to describe refugees and their movements testify to this suspension and to the location of the figure of the refugee in a space of exception. This humanitarian aid can be seen as violent if it is seen as legitimizing and supporting violent regimes and appearing to maybe seemingly cynical observers that so-called humanitarianism is just another hierarchical business opportunity. The earthquakes that struck Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2010—11 ruptured both the material and sociocultural architectures of the city. The contributions are intended to provide active, pointed, and practical recommendations that would eventually lead to an immigration programme that is efficient, secure, and complies with international human rights standards while eliminating instances of abuse and exploitation.
Moments of Solidarity, Migrant Activism and Non Citizens at Global Borders: Political Agency at Tanzanian refugee camps, Australian detention centres and European borders Heather Johnson 7. This issue also builds on scholarly work on migration and displacement that provides a critical assessment of immigration and nationality policies e. The lack of clarity is especially due to the fact that the concept of protection is often conflated with the concept of assistance to the point that refugee protection tends to refer to any policies for refugees, irrespectively of the ultimate outcome. By examining the narratives of chapters 42—44 in relation to the oracles against the nations chs. The camp is located in Rusaifeh, a city that acts with Amman and Zarqa as a home to more than half of Jordan's businesses. Proposals should include the following information: 1. We do not produce a comprehensive diagnosis, normative argument or critical framework.
If however such claims are met by relativization of the content of protected rights in line with practices prevailing in different states the asylum system is undermined and individual protection diminished. D O S S I E R La paradoja de esta operación humanitaria es que los caliica precisamente por su descualiicación, su degradación a la condición de vida por proteger. Peter Nyers is Associate Professor of the Politics of Citizenship and Intercultural Relations in the Department of Political Science at McMaster University. What sort of sovereign responses has been advanced to govern and discipline the movement of people in a globalizing world? Brief statement about the issue theme 350 words 4. Peter Nyers is and Associate Professor of the Politics of Citizenship and Intercultural Relations. In this paper I argue that the development of a critical geopolitical imagination can help to illuminate issues of inside and outside, the transgression of borders, and the subversion of sovereignties, and that these issues are vital to our global understanding of democracy, justice, and ethics.
Rethinking International Protection should be read as an attempt to think afresh about core political categories that we take for granted. Nyers is an academic; he is also a political activist working with refugees in central Canada. Mülteciler Avrupa' da ise ulus-devlete karşı bir tehdit ve çözülmesi gereken bir sorun olarak görülüyor ve göç akışını kontrol etmeyi amaçlayan birçok yasa çıkartılıyor, yeni politikalar uygulanıyor Nyers, 2006;Penninx, Spencer and Van Hear, 2008;Waever vd. Guest Editor s must be prepared to deliver the final copy of the Special Issue by 1 February 2016. Gelişmiş ülkelerde hükümetler sığınmacıların tanımlanması konusunda zorlanırken, sığınmacıların sınır-dışı edilmesi amacıyla düzenlenen kampanyaların sayısı da giderek artıyor Bloch and Schuster, 2005;Willen, 2007.