La migration n’est pas une crise – CNCD-11.11.11

Aujourd’hui, en Europe, les migrants sont perçus comme un problème. La solution en vogue, c’est de fermer les frontières. Pas moins de 585 kilomètres de murs anti-migrants ont été construits en Europe depuis la chute du mur de Berlin … L’Europe-forteresse cherche même à repousser au loin ses murailles. Elle négocie des accords avec des … Lire la suite La migration n’est pas une crise – CNCD-11.11.11

Etats-Unis : les migrants entre le Président et le juge. Nouvel acte

Un juge fédéral vient de bloquer en partie le dernier décret du président américain édicté alors que la Cour suprême était saisie du précédent, ce qui l’avait amenée à renvoyer les parties à réexaminer leurs arguments à l’aune du nouveau… Voir Federal judge blocks Trump’s third travel ban – The Washington Post Voir aussi : États-Unis : … Lire la suite Etats-Unis : les migrants entre le Président et le juge. Nouvel acte

Journal of Internal Displacement – Call for Papers

Reviewer & Author Guidelines Reviewers and Authors are vital to the existence and progress of JID. This page provides general guidelines for authors and reviewers. Why Publish in the JID? We understand that it is a difficult process to choose where to publish your work. Before you navigate away from JID, here are nine (9) … Lire la suite Journal of Internal Displacement – Call for Papers

Researcher in Migration School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography

Grade 7: £31,604-£38,833 with a discretionary range to £42,418 p.a. (pro rata for part-time)  Vacancy No. 131433 The Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford is seeking to appoint a Researcher in Migration on a fixed-term basis until 31 December 2019, with an extension expected subject to the availability of external funding. The post is offered … Lire la suite Researcher in Migration School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography

IMISCOE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018: CALL FOR PAPERS, PANELS AND WORKSHOPS

The Mediterranean lies at the heart of migration studies in Europe and, currently, it is a focal point of large-scale human displacement. This is both a global and a local challenge with major effects on origin and destination countries in terms of society and politics, and with important implications for border and diversity policies, and … Lire la suite IMISCOE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018: CALL FOR PAPERS, PANELS AND WORKSHOPS

Bifurcation of Mobility, Bifurcation of Law. Externalization of migration policy before the EU Court of Justice (2017) | Thomas Spijkerboer

The externalization of European migration policy has resulted in a bifurcation of global human mobility, which is divided along a North/South axis. In two judgments, the EU Court of Justice was confronted with cases challenging the exclusion of Syrian refugees from Europe. These cases concern core elements of externalization, being third country agreements (the EU-Turkey … Lire la suite Bifurcation of Mobility, Bifurcation of Law. Externalization of migration policy before the EU Court of Justice (2017) | Thomas Spijkerboer

Orbán wins the migration argument – POLITICO

Suddenly most EU leaders echo the Hungarian prime minister. No one in Brussels wants to say it out loud, but Viktor Orbán is winning the migration debate. The Hungarian prime minister may be much maligned in European capitals for his anti-immigrant rhetoric, his opposition to the EU’s refugee relocation policy, and for building a border … Lire la suite Orbán wins the migration argument – POLITICO

Immigration: le gouvernement opte pour le tout répressif | Mediapart

Doublement de la durée de rétention, allongement de la « retenue » pour vérification d’identité, expulsion facilitée des migrants « dublinés » : Gérard Collomb fait plus fort que ses prédécesseurs place Beauvau : le projet de loi sur l’immigration et l’asile révélé par l’AFP durcit dangereusement le code de l’entrée et du séjour des étrangers en France. Il y a … Lire la suite Immigration: le gouvernement opte pour le tout répressif | Mediapart

« Nonsensical”, “Dishonest”, “Illegal”: the ‘Code of Conduct’ • Sea-Watch

Italy has drafted a Code of Conduct which it wants to impose on NGOs carrying out Search and Rescue (SAR) in the Mediterranean. Dr. Violeta Moreno-Lax, Senior Lecturer in law at Queen Mary University of London, explains why many of the clauses are “either redundant or simply illegal.” Sea-Watch: Perhaps we could start with the … Lire la suite « Nonsensical”, “Dishonest”, “Illegal”: the ‘Code of Conduct’ • Sea-Watch

The immigration stats blunder shows how far perception is from the truth | Abi Wilkinson | The Guardian

New figures show fewer immigrants in the UK than previously thought, but it’s doubtful this will affect some media which warp public understanding of reality, writes freelance journalist Abi Wilkinson: It turns out that net migration – the number of people coming in and out of the UK – may be much lower than previously … Lire la suite The immigration stats blunder shows how far perception is from the truth | Abi Wilkinson | The Guardian

Scrap the borders that divide Africans | Achille Mbembe | Mail & Guardian

The continent was a place where people could always move freely, and this is what we must strive for, wrote Achille Mbembe, on March 17, 2017. « The government of human mobility might well be the most important problem to confront the world during the first half of the 21st century. Worldwide, the combination of fast … Lire la suite Scrap the borders that divide Africans | Achille Mbembe | Mail & Guardian

Le plaidoyer du pape François pour l’intégration des réfugiés et des migrants

Le souverain pontife a publié un texte dans lequel il défend le regroupement familial, la libre circulation, le droit du sol et le respect des cultures d’origine. par Cécile Chambraud, le 22 août 2017 Le pape François est sorti de son – relatif – repos estival pour publier, lundi 21 août, un texte très engagé et … Lire la suite Le plaidoyer du pape François pour l’intégration des réfugiés et des migrants

Fewer Immigrants Mean More Jobs? Not So, Economists Say – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — When the federal government banned the use of farmworkers from Mexico in 1964, California’s tomato growers did not enlist Americans to harvest the fragile crop. They replaced the lost workers with tomato-picking machines. The Trump administration on Wednesday embraced a proposal to sharply reduce legal immigration, which it said would preserve jobs and … Lire la suite Fewer Immigrants Mean More Jobs? Not So, Economists Say – The New York Times