SOLIDARITIES: negotiating migrant deservingness
Migrants and solidarities: Negotiating deservingness in welfare micropublics (SOLIDARITIES) breaks new ground by exploring how solidarities are imagined and practiced in negotiations of migrant deservingness. Through a multi-sited ethnography in Denmark, Sweden, and the UK, SOLIDARITIES seeks to contribute fresh insights to public debates on deservingness, welfare, and migration.
From the field
Between immigration controls and child protection policies: No recourse to public funds and children ‘in need’
There are around 1.376 million people with time-limited ‘leave to remain’ who are subject to the ‘no recourse to...