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Title:Migration, human rights and the politics of identity in a globalized world
Editors:Graiouid, Said
Belghazi, Taieb
Series:Colloquia and seminars
City of publisher:Rabat
Publisher:Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines, Université Mohammed V
Geographic terms:Morocco
human rights
Arab Spring
national identity
conference papers (form)
Abstract:This edited volume contains papers presented at the conference on 'Migration, Human Rights, and the Politics of Identity in a Globalized World', organized in Rabat, Morocco, on 20-21 April 2012. The contributions examine migration, human rights, systems of exclusion, boundaries, (transnational) identities and notions of the nation-state in the wake of the Arab Spring in several countries in the Maghreb, especially Morocco. Contributions: Introduction (S. Graiouid, T. Belghazi); Uprisings in North Africa & the Middle-East: universalism & transnational nomadism (S. Graiouid, T. Belghazi); Remembrance, political action, and ethics: reflections on the MENA uprisings (F. Laoudiyi); Calamities, refugees, and the global mobility regime (A. R. Smith); Language-related issues in a refugee context: linguistic human rights, a Baker's dozen (F. Z. Blila, S. Blila); Muslim immigrants' associations and the quest for identity and integration (M. Ennaji); Human rights, migration, and legal reforms in Morocco (K. Elmadmad); La nouvelle constitution du 1er Juilliet 2011 et la politique migratoire au Maroc: atouts et défis en 2012 (A. Belguendouz); Between global financial crisis and the Arab Spring: a paradox in the vision of migration (O. Moumni); Framing Maghrebi women in France: exceptional bodies (M. El Fahli); Racism and the representations of sub-Saharan migrants in Morocco (Y. El Kirat El Allame, M. Hajjam, Y. Dguidegue); Rerouting corruption and reading culture: the story of Balram Halwai (Aparajita De); Arab Spring and hip hop 'cool' (C. Almeida); Some notes on festivity and power in the context of uprising (M. D. El-Maarouf). [ASC Leiden abstract]