Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move


Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move


“Violent Borders” by Reece Jones examines how fortified borders contribute to violence and restrict the fundamental human right to movement, advocating for a radical rethinking of global immigration policies.

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  • Explores the global issue of borders and the impact they have on refugees and migrants.
  • Argues that the increasing fortification of borders leads to more violence and loss of life.
  • Provides historical context on the creation and evolution of borders.
  • Discusses the economic and political forces that drive migration and border enforcement.
  • Examines specific case studies from various regions including the United States-Mexico border, the Mediterranean Sea, and others.
  • Critiques the policies and practices that criminalize and dehumanize migrants.
  • Proposes a radical rethinking of borders and advocates for the right to move freely.

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Weight 240 g

Rees Jones

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