Publications

Waiting for the smuggler : tales across the border

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ACHILLI, Luigi
  • Citation: Public anthropologist, 2019, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 194-207
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: According to mainstream media and political discourse, human smugglers are among the cruellest figures of our time, individuals who prey on migrants’ need for assistance. Motivated by the circulation of [...]
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Beyond legality and illegality : Palestinian informal networks and the ethno-political facilitation of irregular migration from Syria

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ACHILLI, Luigi, ABU SAMRA, Mjriam
  • Citation: Journal of ethnic and migration studies, 2019, OnlineFirst
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: Contemporary studies on human smuggling and irregular migration have often overlooked the importance of national ties in the formation of transnational networks able to support refugees throughout their journey and [...]
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Herding through uncertainties – principles and practices : exploring the interfaces of pastoralists and uncertainty : results from a literature review

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): NORI, Michele
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/69, Global Governance Programme-360, [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: This paper has been written as a background review for the European Research Council-funded PASTRES project (Pastoralism, Uncertainty, Resilience: Global Lessons from the Margins, www.pastres.org). Lessons from pastoralists, we argue, [...]
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Herding through uncertainties – regional perspectives : exploring the interfaces between pastoralists and uncertainty : results from a literature review

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): NORI, Michele
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/68, Global Governance Programme-359, [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: This paper has been written as a background review for the European Research Council-funded PASTRES project (Pastoralism, Uncertainty, Resilience: Global Lessons from the Margins, www.pastres.org). Lessons from pastoralists, we argue, [...]
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Rethinking the economics and the governance of reception of refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants : the case of Italy

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): RICARD-GUAY, Alexandra
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/51, Global Governance Programme-348, [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: The significant numbers of arrivals through the Central Mediterranean route to Italy between 2014 and 2017 have put the Italian reception system under pressure, and pushed its rapid expansion. This [...]
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The Molla Sali case : how the European Court of Human Rights escaped a legal labyrinth while holding the thread of human rights

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): IAKOVIDIS, Iakovos, MCDONOUGH, Paul
  • Citation: Oxford journal of law and religion, 2019, OnlineFirst
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance programme], [Cultural Pluralism]
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Global cities and cultural diversity governance : comparing Doha and Singapore

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): MOLHO, Jeremie
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/41, Global Governance Programme-346, [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: The rise of global cities has raised multiple questions regarding the governance of diversity. While they are often portrayed as spaces of ungovernable global flows and as catalysts of the [...]
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Plastic hospitality : the empty signifier at the EU’s Mediterranean border

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): DEBONO, Daniela
  • Citation: Migration studies, 2019, mnz015, OnlineFirst
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [European, Transnational and Global Governance], [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: Hospitality and hospitality-laden language feature highly among people working in or around structures of first reception in Italy and Malta, two countries at the European Union’s (EU) external border. This [...]
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Global but not regional? : the role of African regional migration regimes in the international governance architecture

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): DICK, Eva, SCHRAVEN, Benjamin
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/33, Global Governance Programme-345, [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: Regional organisations and migration regimes are increasingly being acknowledged in global migration policies. The global compacts for migration and on refugees adopted in December 2018 recognise the migration-related expertise and [...]
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Refugee integration in Europe since the 'crisis'

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): PEACE, Timothy, MEER, Nasar
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/31, Global Governance Programme-343, [Cultural Pluralism]
  • Abstract: In this working paper we map the literature on refugee integration in Europe as part of our work for the GLIMER project which seeks to understand how localities are responding [...]
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