Truong, Thanh-Dam

Transnational Migration and Human Security

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Table of contents

1. Transnational Migration, Development and Human Security
Thanh-Dam Truong, Des Gasper

2. The Governmentality of Transnational Migration and Security: The Making of a New Subaltern
Thanh-Dam Truong

3. Migration from Mexico and Central America to the United States: Human Insecurities and Paths for Change
Gustavo Verduzco, María Isabel Lozano

4. The Blind Spot of Repression: Migration Policies and Human Survival in the Central Sahara
Julien Brachet

5. Europeanization and the Right to Seek Refugee Status: Reflections on Frontex
Wies Maas, Thanh-Dam Truong

6. Fortress Europe and the Dutch Donjon: Securitization, Internal Migration Policy and Irregular Migrants’ Counter Moves
Godfried Engbersen, Dennis Broeders

7. The New Co-Development Agenda: Official and Non-Official Initiatives between Morocco and Spain
Alejandra Boni, Joan Lacomba

8. Financial Globalization and the Mechanisms of Migrants’ Remittance: Formed by Supply or Demand?
Amrita Sharma, Karim Knio

9. Managing Migration in the IOM’s World Migration Report 2008

Beatriz Campillo Carrete, Des Gasper

10. Mission Impossible? Voluntary and Dignified Repatriation of Nigerian Victims of Trafficking
May-Len Skilbrei, Marianne Tveit

11. Migrant Women and Their Vulnerability in the Trafficking-Migration Continuum: Evidence from Asia
Yu Kojima

12. The EU’s Ambiguous Position on Migrant Underage Workers
Roy Huijsmans

13. Learning How to Work the Grey Zone: Issues of Legality and Illegality among Indian Students in Australia
Michiel Baas

14. Gender, Technology and Migration in Export-Production of Shrimps: Identity Formation and Labour Practices in Surat Thani Province, Thailand
Bernadette P. Resurreccion, Edsel E. Sajor

15. Changing Identities, Multi-local Politics and Citizenship: Reflections on the Agency of Migrants from Indonesia and their Descendants in the Netherlands
Ton Naerssen

16. Pro-asylum Advocacy in the EU: Challenging the State of Exception
Helen Hintjens, Richa Kumar, Ahmed Pouri

17. Human or Public: The Referents of Security in Discourses on Migrants in Japan
Tatsuo Harada, Kenji Kimura

18. The Global Forum on Migration and Development: ‘All Talk and No Action’ or ‘A Chance to Frame the Issues in a Way that Allows You to Move Forward Together’?
Bernice Roldan, Des Gasper

19. International Migration, Well-being and Transnational Ethics
Des Gasper

20. Migration, Morality and Finance
Amiya Kumar Bagchi

21. Migration Regimes and the Politics of Insiders/Outsiders: Japan and South Africa as Distant Mirrors
Yoichi Mine

22. State and Immigrant Diaspora Identity in Contemporary Japan: From a Developmentalist National Ethic towards a Multicultural Development Ethic of Common Human Security
Kinhide Mushakoji

Keywords: Environment, Environmental Law/Policy/Ecojustice, Political Science, Environmental Economics

Publication year
Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace
Page amount
10 pages
Natural Sciences

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