The construction of immigrants and immigration/refugees and asylum seekers is something that fit onto some specific stereotypes that facilitates a conservative discourse against this natural human mobility right. This book intendsto offer more thinking tools to understand the nature of human mobility and why states needs to rethink about their conservative rights targeting it. Solidarities within European boundaries and with the rest of the world form a key aspect of democratic societies. Therefore these solidarities must be investigated in relation to the main issues of migrants, but also to all rights that the States could recognized to migrants as persons and legal subject.
|Number of pages||276|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|