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Fronteras y Justicia

Oxford Migration Studies Society, Migration and Mobility Network, Border Criminologies y Routed Magazine organizan el Congreso de Migraciones de Oxford 2021.

Como el año pasado, el Congreso de 2021 adopta un formato digital, con una serie de publicaciones que estarán disponibles en esta web a partir del 8 de mayo y una semana de paneles virtuales que tendrán lugar entre el 10 y el 15 de mayo.

Invitamos a los expertos universitarios, investigadores, activistas, artistas, profesionales y otros actores a participar en esta conversación sobre los fundamentos morales de las fronteras, las nociones de exclusión e inclusión, las formas de control fronterizo y de resistencia, en un intento colectivo y colaborativo de desafiar al régimen fronterizo actual e imaginar realidades futuras.

Inscríbete en los paneles de Zoom en

[Descarga aquí el poster del Congreso de 2021]

1. Contested and protected rights

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The displacement paradox: Legitimising rightlessness in the refugee regime

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How private is (my) grief?

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‘NGOs are sort of a dirty word here’: Refugee service provision in Greece

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How do diplomats separate refugee families in Brazil?

2. Climate change and (im)mobility

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Why do people stay despite climate risks?

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Climate change and (im)mobility of persons with disabilities

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Impossible politics: The power of climate migration models

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Environmental injustice & (dis)empowerment of out-migrating Bangladeshi women to India

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From fast to slow risks: Shifting vulnerabilities of flood-related migration in Lodwar, Kenya

3. Gender, sexuality and (dis)empowerment

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The politics of representation: Cross-border marriage brokerage agencies and migrant representations in South Korea

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LGBTQI+ accessibility and visibility in a Dutch asylum seeker centre

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Men, migration, and emerging masculinities in the transnational sphere

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Searching for reproductive justice for migrants held in the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centres

4. Advancing power of technology

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Technology and refugee legal aid in Iraqi Kurdistan

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Exploring power and migration: The United States’ spatialised digital border system

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Digital technology and migrant health communication experiences: A perspective from the Thai border

5. Navigating humanitarianism and development

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From humanitarian aid to mutual aid: A lexicon of border struggle

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Increasing or diverting control? Refugee self-reliance, political stakes, and international aid to forcibly displaced people in Cameroon

6. Colonial legacies and decolonial futures

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Who are the privileged? Refugees, the Indigenous, and white people in La Guajira, Colombia

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Pandemics, populist necropower, and regimes of mobility in the Global South: Haitians’ silent exodus from Brazil during the COVID-19 pandemic


Migration governance as white saviourism: A colonial legacy or a post-colonial power trip?

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Comics, rhythms and rhymes: Colonial borderlands and decolonial lines

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Afropolitanism: Rewriting African mobility in the 21st century?

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