Cirmib MigraReport 2021. Flussi migratori nell’epoca postcoloniale,

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Cirmib MigraReport 2021. Migratory flows in the postcolonial era,

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The fourth edition of the annual report on migration in Brescia presents the data relating to the immigrant population (demographic, socio-economic, legal, cultural-religious and health aspects) elaborated by the Center for Initiatives and Research on Migration - Brescia (CIRMiB) in consultation with : Regional Observatory for integration and multi-ethnicity, Brescia Chamber of Commerce, Brescia Municipality, Brescia Prefecture, Ismu Foundation, and consulting the databases of UNHCR, Istat, Ministry of the Interior, Miur and Banca d ' Italy. The first part offers statistics on the condition of foreign residents in the province of Brescia before and after the pandemic. The second part presents the theme of migration routes, with regard to Italy-Libya relations and the situation of refugees in Bosnia. The third part examines religious pluralism in Brescia and relations between Christians and Muslims after the Abu Dhabi Document (February 2019). In the monographic Dossier, the essays on cultural and historical anthropology on the Italian colonial experience in Eritrea bring attention to the postcolonial perspective, which today is more than ever necessary to understand the legacies of colonialism in Italy from a cultural, symbolic and ideological point of view.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Cirmib MigraReport 2021. Migratory flows in the postcolonial era,
Original languageItalian
PublisherVita e Pensiero, Milano
Number of pages222
ISBN (Print)9788834346532
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Brescia multietnica
  • dialogo interreligioso
  • pandemia
  • popolazione straniera
  • postcolonialismo
  • rotte migratorie

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