In an more and more globalized global of collapsing fiscal borders and lengthening formal political and felony equality rights, lively citizenship has the aptitude to extend in addition to deepen. even as, with the increase of neo-liberalism, welfare nation retrenchment, decline of kingdom employment, re-privatization and the emerging hole among wealthy and negative, the commercial, social and political citizenship rights of definite different types of individuals are more and more curtailed.
This ebook examines the complexity of citizenship in old and modern contexts. It attracts on empirical learn from a number nations, contexts and techniques in addressing girls and citizenship in a global/local global and covers a range of numerous matters, either current and prior, to incorporate immigration, ethnicity, type, nationality, political and monetary participation, associations and the non-public and public spheres. This wealthy assortment informs our figuring out of the pitfalls and percentages for girls within the endurance and alterations in the contours of citizenship.
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Extra resources for Contours of Citizenship: Women, Diversity and Practices of Citizenship (Gender in a Global/Local World)
The Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration was founded in 1951 as an intergovernmental initiative to assist with the organization and processing of massive overseas migration movements of refugees, displaced persons, and economic migrants from post-World War II Europe. The Committee continued its work on behalf of immigrants and refugees, later under the name ICM (Intergovernmental Committee for Migration), while from 1989 on it changed its name to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
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The cuts to welfare also go hand in hand with the “intensification of racialization” (Castles and Davidson 2000, 118; Crocker et al. 2007; Tastsoglou and Dobrowolsky 2006). Consider here the welfare backlash directed toward migrants (Dobrowolsky with Lister 2006) and immigration law reform (see chapter in this volume by Martinez). And yet, the effects of shrinking welfare provision on migrants are devastating. Granted, there have been moves toward more democratic citizenship and even an opening of citizenship in the EU especially over time, particularly for more privileged states.