Twice Migrated Twice Displaced

Twice Migrated  Twice Displaced

Twice Migrated, Twice Displaced explores the lives of Gulf South Asians who arrived in Canada from India and Pakistan via Persian Gulf countries.

Author: Tania Das Gupta

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ISBN: 0774865660

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Page: 214

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Twice Migrated, Twice Displaced explores the lives of Gulf South Asians who arrived in Canada from India and Pakistan via Persian Gulf countries. Tania Das Gupta reveals the multiple migration patterns of this group, analyzing themes such as gender, racial, and religious discrimination; class mobility; the formation of transnational families; and identities in a post-9/11 context. This perceptive study demonstrates the effect of neoliberal labour markets and transnationalism on community building, diaspora, citizenship, and a sense of belonging when in Canada.
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Reading Cultural Representations of the Double Diaspora

Reading Cultural Representations of the Double Diaspora

This book attends to that gap. Parmar uniquely investigates what it is to be not just from India, but too Africa—how identity forms within, as the study coins, the “double diaspora”.

Author: Maya Parmar

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030180836

Category: Social Science

Page: 215

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Reading Cultural Representations of the Double Diaspora: Britain, East Africa, Gujarat is the first detailed study of the cultural life and representations of the prolific twice-displaced Gujarati East African diaspora in contemporary Britain. An exceptional community of people, this diaspora is disproportionally successful and influential in resettlement, both in East Africa and Britain. Often showcased as an example of migrant achievement, their accomplishments are paradoxically underpinned by legacies of trauma and deracination. The diaspora, despite its economic success and considerable upward social mobility in Britain, has until now been overlooked within critical literary and postcolonial studies for a number of reasons. This book attends to that gap. Parmar uniquely investigates what it is to be not just from India, but too Africa—how identity forms within, as the study coins, the “double diaspora”. Parmar focuses on cultural representation post-twice migration, via an interdisciplinary methodology, offering new contributions to debates within diaspora studies. In doing so, the book examines a range of cultures produced amongst, or about, the diaspora, including literary representations, culinary, dance and sartorial practices, as well as visual materials.
Categories: Social Science

Proceedings of the National Workshop on Soil Erosion Eco degradation and Poverty Relationship in Bangladesh Perspeetive sic

Proceedings of the National Workshop on Soil Erosion  Eco degradation  and Poverty Relationship in Bangladesh Perspeetive  sic

3.0 Socio-Economic Consequences of Riverbank Erosion Bank erosion and
sudden channel migration deteriorate the ... Only 5% of the surveyed displacees
had been migrated just one time and 8% twice. people were displaced between ...

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ISBN: CHI:092293542

Category: Environmental degradation

Page: 65

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Categories: Environmental degradation

Mythologies of Migration Vocabularies of Indenture

Mythologies of Migration  Vocabularies of Indenture

In Salman Rushdie's transnational worldview, an immigrant or exile's displacement from the homeland results in a split or 'double perspective'39 which ...

Author: Mariam Pirbhai

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9780802099648

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 262

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Pirbhai uses the critical paradigm of 'indenture history' to examine the local literary and cultural histories that have influenced and shaped the development of novel-length fiction by writers of the South Asian diaspora in national contexts as diverse as Mauritius, South Africa, Guyana, and Fiji.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Diasporic Inquiries into South Asian Women s Narratives

Diasporic Inquiries into South Asian Women   s Narratives

The migrants who traveled from Africa constituted the twice-displaced; and later those who migrated from the UK, thrice-displaced generations, ...

Author: Shilpa Daithota Bhat

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498591775

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 234

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The South Asian women’s diaspora engages in spatio-temporal interactions and power differentials in a variety of narratives, articulating agency, multiplicities of belonging and culturally integrative practices, highlighting homing paradigms. The sense of alienness in a new homeland, rather in worldwide home places, triggers rethinking of diasporic conceptions and epistemes of individual and group histories, personal and collective experiences. Some of the questions that this anthology seeks to consider are: How do women from the South Asian diaspora represent cultural negotiations and alienness of the adopted homeland in various narratives? What are the themes/issues they select to portray their perceptions of foreignness? How do culture, history and politics intervene in their portrayal of lived experiences? How do they locate themselves in the matrix of foreignness and diaspora? The contributors to this anthology examine narratives depicting South Asian women, their complexly positioned voices, gesturing at the proliferating challenges and reflecting the grim realities of a globalized world.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice

Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice

For instance, climate-induced migration and displacement was first ... text of the Paris Agreement, migration and displacement were mentioned twice.

Author: Tahseen Jafry

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134978489

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 542

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The term "climate justice" began to gain traction in the late 1990s following a wide range of activities by social and environmental justice movements that emerged in response to the operations of the fossil fuel industry and, later, to what their members saw as the failed global climate governance model that became so transparent at COP15 in Copenhagen. The term continues to gain momentum in discussions around sustainable development, climate change, mitigation and adaptation, and has been slowly making its way into the world of international and national policy. However, the connections between these remain unestablished. Addressing the need for a comprehensive and integrated reference compendium, The Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice provides students, academics and professionals with a valuable insight into this fast-growing field. Drawing together a multidisciplinary range of authors from the Global North and South, this Handbook addresses some of the most salient topics in current climate justice research, including just transition, urban climate justice and public engagement, in addition to the field’s more traditional focus on gender, international governance and climate ethics. With an emphasis on facilitating learning based on cutting-edge specialised climate justice research and application, each chapter draws from the most recent sources, real-world best practices and tutored reflections on the strategic dimensions of climate justice and its related disciplines. The Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice will be essential reading for students and scholars, as well as being a vital reference tool for those practically engaged in the field.
Categories: Business & Economics

Protection of Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Asia Pacific Region

Protection of Refugees and Displaced Persons in the Asia Pacific Region

According to Huff and Giovanni,1 gross migration into Burma, Malaya and Thailand between 1911 and 1929 was more than twice as high as gross migration into ...

Author: Angus Francis

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317074267

Category: Political Science

Page: 266

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The chapters in this book explore the impact of recent shifts in global and regional power and the subsequent development and enforcement of international refugee protection standards in the Asia Pacific region. Drawing on their expertise across a number of jurisdictions, the contributors assess the challenges confronting the implementation of international law in the region, as well as new opportunities for extending protection norms into national and regional dialogues. The case studies span key jurisdictions across the region and include a comparative analysis with China, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Bangladesh and Australia. This topical and important book raises critical questions for the Asia Pacific region and sheds light on the challenges confronting the protection of refugees and displaced persons in this area. Interdisciplinary in its approach, it will be of interest to academics, researchers, students and policy-makers concerned with the rights and protection of refugees.
Categories: Political Science

Literature in a Time of Migration

Literature in a Time of Migration

On one level , she is homeless and itinerant : a twice displaced person , her race uprooted from India , and her clan ' evicted from the Ellangowan estate .

Author: Josephine McDonagh

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192895752

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 720

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Examines nineteenth-century British fiction in the light of the new realities of human migration.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Humanitarian Crises and Migration

Humanitarian Crises and Migration

Many families in southern Sindh were reportedly displaced twice (UNHCR 2011b; Zafar 2011). As late as May 2012, almost two years after the floods hit, ...

Author: Susan F. Martin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135085476

Category: Political Science

Page: 376

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Whether it is the stranding of tens of thousands of migrant workers at the Libyan–Tunisian border, or the large-scale displacement triggered by floods in Pakistan and Colombia, hardly a week goes by in which humanitarian crises have not precipitated human movement. While some people move internally, others internationally, some temporarily and others permanently, there are also those who become "trapped" in place, unable to move to greater safety. Responses to these "crisis migrations" are varied and inadequate. Only a fraction of "crisis migrants" are protected by existing international, regional or national law. Even where law exists, practice does not necessarily guarantee safety and security for those who are forced to move or remain trapped. Improvements are desperately needed to ensure more consistent and effective responses. This timely book brings together leading experts from multi-disciplinary backgrounds to reflect on diverse humanitarian crises and to shed light on a series of exploratory questions: In what ways do people move in the face of crisis situations? Why do some people move, while others do not? Where do people move? When do people move, and for how long? What are the challenges and opportunities in providing protection to crisis migrants? How might we formulate appropriate responses and sustainable solutions, and upon what factors should these depend? This volume is divided into four parts, with an introductory section outlining the parameters of "crisis migration," conceptualizing the term and evaluating its utility. This section also explores the legal, policy and institutional architecture upon which current responses are based. Part II presents a diverse set of case studies, from the earthquake in Haiti and the widespread violence in Mexico, to the ongoing exodus from Somalia, and environmental degradation in Alaska and the Carteret Islands, among others. Part III focuses on populations that may be at particular risk, including non-citizens, migrants at sea, those displaced to urban areas, and trapped populations. The concluding section maps the global governance of crisis migration and highlights gaps in current provisions for crisis-related movement across multiple levels. This valuable book brings together previously diffuse research and policy issues under the analytical umbrella of "crisis migration." It lays the foundations for assessing and addressing real challenges to the status quo, and will be of interest to scholars, policy makers, and practitioners committed to seeking out improved responses and ensuring the dignity and safety of millions who move in the context of humanitarian crises.
Categories: Political Science

World Migration Report 2020

World Migration Report 2020

... on Refugees nor the Global Compact for Migration deals with internally displaced persons (IDPs) – of whom there are twice as many as there are refugees.

Author: United Nations

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN: 9789213583456

Category: Political Science

Page: 492

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Since 2000, IOM has been producing world migration reports. The World Migration Report 2020, the tenth in the world migration report series, has been produced to contribute to increased understanding of migration throughout the world. This new edition presents key data and information on migration as well as thematic chapters on highly topical migration issues, and is structured to focus on two key contributions for readers: Part I: key information on migration and migrants (including migration-related statistics); and Part II: balanced, evidence-based analysis of complex and emerging migration issues.
Categories: Political Science

Children and Migration

Children and Migration

And yet, in many countries displaced adolescents have assumed ... The number of IDPs resulting from natural disasters is estimated at twice the number of ...

Author: Marisa O. Ensor

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230297098

Category: Social Science

Page: 287

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Providing a comprehensive analysis of the increasingly common phenomenon of child migration, this volume examines the experiences of children in a wide variety of migratory circumstances including economic child migrants, transnational students, trafficked, stateless, fostered, unaccompanied and undocumented children.
Categories: Social Science

Unauthorized Migration

Unauthorized Migration

Commission for the Study of International Migration and Cooperative Economic ... by most estimates there are more than twice as many refugees and displaced ...

Author: United States. Commission for the Study of International Migration and Cooperative Economic Development

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ISBN: IND:30000044874851

Category: Caribbean Area

Page: 1071

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Categories: Caribbean Area

Migration and Climate Change

Migration and Climate Change

The 2004 Asian Tsunami, for example, killed more than 200,000 people and displaced twice as many. But those people were largely not displaced to OECD ...

Author: International Court of Justice

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN: 9789213630235

Category: Political Science

Page: 60

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This report focuses on the possible future scenarios for climate change, natural disasters and migration and development, looking to increase awareness and find answers to the challenges that lie ahead. It states that even though it is defined as growing crisis, the consequences of climate change for human population are unclear and unpredictable. The study points out that scientific basis for climate change is increasingly well established, and confirms that current predictions as to the “carrying capacity” in large parts of the world will be compromised by climate change.
Categories: Political Science

Disentangling Migration and Climate Change

Disentangling Migration and Climate Change

... by governments who have responded inadequately to disasters, may persuade states to think twice before eschewing rights-based responses to displacement.

Author: Thomas Faist

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400762084

Category: Science

Page: 259

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This book addresses environmental and climate change induced migration from the vantage point of migration studies, offering a broad spectrum of approaches for considering the environment/climate/migration nexus. Research on the subject is still frequently narrowed down to climate change vulnerability and the environmental push factor. The book establishes the interconnections between societal and environmental vulnerability, and migration and capability, allowing appreciation of migration in the frame of climate as a case of spatial and social mobility, that is, as a strategy of persons and groups to deal with a grossly unequal distribution of life chances across the world. In their introduction, the editors fan out the current debate and state the need to transcend predominantly policy-oriented approaches to migration. The first section of the volume focuses on “Methodologies and Methods” and presents very distinct approaches to think climate induced migration. Subsequent chapters explore the sensitivity of existing migration flows to climate change in Ghana and Bangladesh, the complex relationship between migration, demographic change and coping capacities in Canada, methodological challenges of a household survey on the significance of migration and remittances for adaptation in the Hindu Kush region and an econometric study of the aftermath of the 1998 floods in Bangladesh. The second part, “Areas of Concern: Politics and Human Rights”, deepens the analysis of discourses as well as of the implications of proposed and implemented policies. Contributors discuss such topics as environmental migration as a multi-causal problem, climate migration as a consequence in an alarmist discourse and climate migration as a solution. A study of an integrated relocation program in Papua New Guinea is followed by chapters on the promise and the flaws of planned relocation policy, global policy on protection of environmental migrants including both internally displaced peoples and those who cross international borders. A concluding chapter places human agency at centre stage and explores the interplay between human rights, capability and migration.
Categories: Science

Multiculturalism Postcoloniality and Transnational Media

Multiculturalism  Postcoloniality  and Transnational Media

The Indian family depicted in Mississippi Masala has migrated via England from ... twice displaced : Indians by culture and tradition , Ugandan by birth ...

Author: Ella Shohat

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 0813532353

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 335

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Reflecting academic interests in nation, race, gender, sexuality and other axes of identity, this text gathers these concerns under the same umbrella, contending that these issues must be discussed in relation to each other because communities, societiesand nations do not exist autonomously.
Categories: Performing Arts

Being a Man in a Transnational World

Being a Man in a Transnational World

Jaime: Twice migrant and migration in stages Jaime, 42, was 20 years old when his ... and created large waves of forced and displaced internal migrants from ...

Author: Ernesto Vasquez del Aguila

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134601813

Category: Social Science

Page: 264

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This book explores the masculinity and sexuality of migration, analyzing the complex processes of becoming a man and the strategies used by men to reconcile paradoxes and contradictions that co-exist between multiple masculinities and contradictory models of being a man. Vasquez del Aguila offers a number of conceptual contributions, including the notion of “masculine capital” that provides men with the necessary “masculine” skills and cultural competence to achieve legitimacy and social recognition as men; an analysis of male friendship where notions of solidarity and intimacy co-exist with those of distrust, competition, and power relations; and three social representations of being a man: the winner, the failed, and the good enough man. By analyzing heterosexual as well as gay masculinities, and incorporating race and class relations, this study shows the multiplicity and hierarchies of masculinities presented within a particular cultural context. Through ethnographic research undertaken over more than four years in New York and Lima, Peru, this book also examines the role of the Internet and transnational romances and the ways in which migration can create new opportunities for male sexual intimacy, while for others, it creates loneliness and isolation.
Categories: Social Science

Refugees Migration and Global Governance

Refugees  Migration and Global Governance

The often-cited figure of 68.5 million displaced persons includes over 40 ... of IDPs displaced by conflict – more than 40 million – is almost twice ...

Author: Elizabeth G. Ferris

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351172783

Category: Political Science

Page: 220

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As debates about migrants and refugees reverberate around the world, this book offers an important first-hand account of how migration is being approached at the highest levels of international governance. Whereas refugees have long been protected by international law, migrants have been treated differently, with no international consensus definition and no one international migration system. This all changed in September 2016, when the 193 members of the United Nations unanimously adopted the New York Declaration on Refugees and Migrants, laying the groundwork for the creation of governance frameworks for migrants and refugees worldwide. This book provides a fly on the wall analysis of the opportunities and challenges of the two new Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration as governments, international NGOs, multilateral institutions and other actors develop and negotiate them. Looking beyond the compacts, the book considers migration governance over time, and asks the bigger questions of what the international community can do on the one hand to affirm and strengthen safe, orderly and regular migration to help drive economic growth and prosperity, whilst on the other hand responding to the problems caused by increasing numbers of refugees and irregular migrants. This highly engaging and informative account will be of interest to policy-makers, academics and students concerned with global migration and refugee governance.
Categories: Political Science

Interstate Migration

Interstate Migration

Select Committee to Investigate the Interstate Migration of Destitute ... With the old double shovel , a man working 12 hours would plow about 5 ares .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee to Investigate the Interstate Migration of Destitute Citizens

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ISBN: LOC:00170665120

Category: Migrant labor

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Categories: Migrant labor