CzasKultury/English 3/2016

It has been a while since the refugee crisis broke out in Europe. What we are seeing today is merely a handful of the life stories that make up events similar to many of those that have unfolded in previous years, as thousands of migrants were trying to reach Europe, jeopardizing their health and lives. The legal and social mechanisms along with economic segregation applied towards the refugees have served as a tool for strengthening hierarchy and social injustices in the global labor relationships for quite some time now. Political consequences of the changes that we are observing, the gradual limitation of rights and the strengthening of border regulations will affect consecutive generations of workers. And just who exactly and in what ways they will suffer these consequences most will be largely determined by the social and ethnic backgrounds of those generations (….)

Tra i materiali per il seminario sulle migrazioni (1/3 dicembre, Milano, presso il Cantiere), vi segnaliamo questo testo di Katarzina Czarnota, pubblicato su Academia.edu:



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