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Solidarity in times of the ‘refugee crisis’: the emergence of a politics of resistance?

Even as – at least when listening to the media – it seems that Europe faces a unique challenge with the increasing numbers of refugees (or as the British media prefers to call them, towing the government line, migrants), who … Continue reading

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‘But my trip is still not over, because I don’t get the rights I am entitled to’ – what the row over a Country-of-Origin-Report on Eritrea reveals about human rights politics

A country of origin report on Eritrea produced by the Danish Immigration Service has led to a war of words in the media and on various internet platforms. To be sure, the report is of shockingly bad quality and little … Continue reading

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