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Migrants spearhead an unprecedented political-cultural battle: to open new routes to the world
¤ François Soulard ¤ 15 September 2016
“"The river that carries everything away is called violent, but no one calls violent the bed that oppresses it". - Bertold Brecht “It is not the earth that moves this time, it is we, migrants. The migrants, all those people going through the many forms of human mobility, we are a substantial part of the new world reality and also an emblematic expression of its contradictions and challenges”. Latin American letter from migrants Human migrations are surely the most compulsive (...) read more

Marrakech Process for the Protection and Promotion of All Human Rights of Migrants and Persons in Transnational Mobility
¤ 18 December 2014
Having gathered on November 29, 2014 in the city of Marrakech in the Thematic Forum on Migration “at the crossroads of experiences and perspectives”, organized as part of the 2nd World Forum on Human Rights; Being encouraged by the active high-quality participation of various stakeholders (national bodies for human rights, national and international state institutions responsible for migration affairs, United Nations agencies, researchers and academics, representatives of migrants’ (...) read more

Democratizing Borders
¤ Etienne Balibar ¤ 5 May 1997
National borders have drawn up anti-democratic conditions from a partial, limited, unreal democracy, obtained within the framework of some nations. The author has concentrated on these problems, sketching the possible course of the current potential violence through border, towards the concept of a democratization of these institutions, without which any project for creating a new citizenship in Europe would be contradictory and incomplete. What is a border? This question is old and new (...) read more


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