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‘A Forest with many trees’ - Mapping migration governance and the dispersion of authority in Europe
‘A Forest with many trees’ - Mapping migration governance and the dispersion of authority in Europe

Author(s): Lisa Marie Borrelli, Rebecca Mavin, Giorgia Trasciani
Subject(s): Politics, Geography, Regional studies, Governance, Labor relations, Policy, planning, forecast and speculation, Migration Studies, EU-Legislation
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Europe; authority; migration; governance; politics; illegal labor market; EU; Germany; UK; Italy;
Summary/Abstract: The effective governance of migration has become a key issue in contemporary politics, on both the national and international levels. While attempts have been made to lock down border zones – for example, in the Schengen area or the Mexico-U.S. border – the so-termed ‘migration crisis’ and summer of migration in 2015 has shown the permeability of borders, the agency of migrants, and the diversity of actors involved in the migration process more generally.

  • Page Range: 29-50
  • Page Count: 22
  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Language: English