Autor: Alexandra Pereira

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AMBROSINI (2022): MORAL ECONOMY, DESERVINGNESS, COMPETING MORAL ECONOMIES, IMMIGRATION POLICIES, TIME AND MEDIA ROLES (Pereira, A.)

In this sixth blog post, I will examine the connection between the concepts of moral economy, deservingness, competing moral economies and concrete immigration policies based on the analyses provided by Maurizio Ambrosini (2021, 2022). I will proceed by bridging them with the general use of time as a tool in migration governance (temporalities, uncertainties, othering processes, protection and oppression logics) and the key role played by media coverage, not only...

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OUR COMMON HOME: THE NEW JURIDICO-POLITICAL CATEGORY OF ‘CLIMATE REFUGEES’ (Pereira, A.)

In this fifth blog post, I will examine IOM’s – International Organization for Migration recurrent stance on how more measures are needed to protect climate migrants and climate refugees around the world and its relationships with both new research lines on climate migrants being created and developed by migration research institutes around the globe (from New Zealand to Germany and Canada) and the debate around the need for the recognition...

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THE TEMPORAL TURN IN MIGRATION STUDIES (Pereira, A.)

In this fourth blog post, I will examine different perspectives on the so-called temporal turn in migration studies by describing its origins, main characteristics and protagonists, together with the main recent tendencies in research focusing on time and migration.   © Alexandra Pereira, CECC, UCP, 2022 * Cover Image Creative Commons License Type:    According to Melanie Griffiths (2022), states govern through temporal rationalities: immigration policies are littered with temporal considerations...

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RECOGNITION AND FORMS OF DISRESPECT (Pereira, A.)

This third blog post will continue my reflection on issues pertaining migrant women, integration and discrimination topics. I will propose here a special focus on the general forms of disrespect based on Axel Honnet’s (1992-2021) perspective concerning recognition theories and also on the multiple ways how those forms of disrespect and misrecognition or non-recognition might impact human beings and relationships. Females, namely migrant women, are especially concerned – although they...

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NEPALESE FEMALE MIGRANTS – 2 (Pereira, A.)

This is the second part of a blog post introducing my postdoc research project with Nepalese Female Migrants from the 1st and 2nd generations in Portugal within the framework of the IHD – Integral Human Development postdoc program at CADOS, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 2022.

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INTEGRAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (IHD) / DESENVOLVIMENTO HUMANO INTEGRAL (DHI)

Blog for the presentation, discussion and dissemination of the different research projects integrated in the Post-Doctoral Program on IHD – Integral Human Development by CADOS (2022-2024), Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal. The projects focus on Integral Human Development themes, namely the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) of the 2030-UN Agenda engaging with the Peripheries of Humanity and with invisible, unheard or excluded populations: migrant women, migrants with special needs, non-migrant elderly relatives and representations of migrants on the media, hidden school dropout, organization and local management of the humanitarian organization Caritas.

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