Il diritto a non emigrare. Atti della VI edizione della Summer School "Mobilità umana e giustizia globale"

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The right not to emigrate. Proceedings of the VI edition of the Summer School "Human Mobility and Global Justice"

Laura Zanfrini (Editor), Giovanni Giulio Valtolina (Editor), M. Asis (Editor), R. Alarcón (Editor), F. Baggio (Editor), E. Agyeman (Editor), G. Bentoglio (Editor), G. Perego (Editor)

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The essays collected here constitute the Acts of the VI edition of the Summer School Human mobility and global justice, held from 13 to 16 July 2015, promoted by the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in collaboration with the Scalabrini International Migration Institute, the Scalabrinian Agency for the development cooperation and the Migrantes Foundation. The intention of the school is to place the analysis of migratory processes within a broader reflection, aware of the close link that unites the government and the governance of human mobility with the issue of global justice, as is the last edition of the school has shown particularly eloquently. Choosing a theme that the chronicles of these months have made even more dramatic, the school has first of all wanted to investigate the situations that make emigration a forced choice, pointing the finger at the responsibilities of all those actors who derive benefits for various reasons from the migrations, failing in the duty of creating, in the countries of origin, adequate life and work opportunities for the young generations. Through the presentations of scholars from several of the most important regions of the contemporary migration scenario, he described the consolidation of a powerful immigration industry that takes away arms and brains from the development of their countries of origin. It has thrown light on some of the most vulnerable components of contemporary flows, in particular on low-skilled workers and unaccompanied minors. But it has also identified some lines of intervention that call into question not only the responsibilities of governments and international agencies, but also those of the various actors of civil society, investing them with the task of making the right not to emigrate not just a utopia.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The right not to emigrate. Proceedings of the VI edition of the Summer School "Human Mobility and Global Justice"
Original languageItalian
PublisherCentro Studi Emigrazione:via Dandalo 58, I 00153 Rome Italy:011 39 06 5809764, EMAIL: cser@cser.it, INTERNET: http://www.cser.it, Fax: 011 39 06 5814651
Number of pages175
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • forced migrations
  • human mobility
  • international migrations
  • international students
  • migration policies
  • migrazioni forzate
  • migrazioni internazionali
  • mobilità umana
  • politiche migratorie
  • studenti internazionali

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