Volume 3 Issue 2 December 2015
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The Procedural Fortress of US Immigration Law
Jill E Family
How Immigration Detention and Procedural Shortcomings Undermine Children’s Right to Seek Asylum
Michael Garcia Bochenek
Mapping the Construction of EU Borderspaces as Necropolitical Zones of Exception
Kirstine Nordentoft Mose and Vera Wriedt
Logics of Citizenship and Violence of Rights: The Queer Migrant Body and the Asylum System
Indigenous Peoples in a Refugee-Like Situation: Living on the Border Between Colombia and Brazil
Gabriel Gualano de Godoy