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Atlas of Migration in Europe

Atlas of Migration in Europe

Explains the development of European immigration policies and their consequences and exposes realities little known to the general public.


Since the 1980s Europe has been increasing controls on immigration, making migrants journeys more dangerous and imposing an effective house arrest on some of the poorest people on the planetThe title addresses: -Globalisation and migration flows - Increased protectionism in controls on international migration - The establishment of asylum and immigration at the heart of European politics - The consequences of migration controls and the threats to fundamental rights

Page Count: 
21 x 29.60cm
UK Publication Date: 
Monday, 30 September, 2013

Graphically rich, theoretically flawless, practically irreplaceable. The Atlas of Migration in Europe is one new source of information of unparalleled value that border crosser scholars and practitioners alike can now rely on for the quantity and coherence of topics covered and the historical range of the changes it accounts for.

Alison Gerard

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