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Deterring solidarity in border spaces: Acomparative analyses of food distribution bans in Ventimiglia and Calais.
Escarcena, Juan Pablo; Da Silva, Amanda Carolina 
2018 • In Howell, Jayne; Altamirano, Deborah; Totah, Faedah et al. (Eds.) Porous Borders, Invisible Boundaries? Ethnographic Perspectives on the Vicissitudes of Contemporary Migration
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Keywords :
solidarity; food bans; deterrence; comparative migration; Calais; Ventimiglia
Abstract :
[en] During the so-called "refugee crisis” in Europe, the presence of migrant groups in European cities has motivated very different reactions from local authorities and civil society. Taking into consideration two key aspects, the typology of destination cities and reaction of local authorities, we focus on two specific cities—Ventimiglia and Calais—because they are both situated at important points of passage on the borders between states. Also in each case, local authorities have chosen a deterrence approach in the form of a ban on food distribution to deal with immigration issues. We analyze the different ways in which local authorities of Ventimiglia and Calais have implemented bans directed at food distribution programs for migrants and the responses to the bans from local citizens’ solidarity organizations.
Disciplines :
Anthropology
Author, co-author :
Escarcena, Juan Pablo;  university of Seville > GEISA
Da Silva, Amanda Carolina ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Doct. sc. pol. & soc. (ISHS - paysage)
Language :
English
Title :
Deterring solidarity in border spaces: Acomparative analyses of food distribution bans in Ventimiglia and Calais.
Publication date :
30 December 2018
Main work title :
Porous Borders, Invisible Boundaries? Ethnographic Perspectives on the Vicissitudes of Contemporary Migration
Author, co-author :
Howell, Jayne
Altamirano, Deborah
Totah, Faedah
Keles, Fethi
Publisher :
American anthropological association CORI vol., Arlington, United States
ISBN/EAN :
978-0-692-19172-9
Collection name :
1
Pages :
11-15
Peer reviewed :
Peer reviewed

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