The selective control of frontiers and its transnational resistences

Iker Barbero
Publication date: 
July 2010
Publication type: 
Journal article

El control selectivo de las fronteras y la transnacionalización de sus resistencias.

This article deals with an emergent phenomenon, the transnational networks in advocacy of immigrants rights. As a conjunction of multiple organizations (immigrant associations, NGOs, anti-globalization groups, trade unions...), these networks have realised the necessity of transnationalizing their action in order to defeat the European Union neoliberal policies of border control and labour supply.

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