ISSUE #14

Read our latest issue on how migrant communities mobilise to vote, the role of migrant candidates, and the impact of mobility on elections

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Belarus’s political capital abroad: The role of activists fighting for democracy from Lithuania

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Migration and political (non-)participation in origin countries: Romanians and Poles in Oslo and Barcelona

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Thae Yong-ho: From North Korean defector to South Korean politician

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Displaced sentiments: Consuming national identity abroad in Kurdistan’s vote for independence

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Complications arising from allowing migrants to vote in their country of origin: The case of Hong Kong

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Local voting rights for non-EU nationals in the EU: Democratic principle or earned privilege?

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LIBYA

A Q&A with Giulia Tranchina on EU migration policy in Libya

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LGBTQ+ RIGHTS

A call to recognise the complexity of queerness in exile

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MEDITERRANEAN

The Humanitarian Corridors Project in Lebanon

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PERSONAL STORIES

Quarantine and hunger during the rentrée

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FOOD & MIGRATION

The meanings behind food-related objects

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REFUGE & COVID-19

On home, refuge, and quarantine in Rome

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CULTURAL ANALYSIS

The critical call of a silent artwork

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INTERVIEW

Interview with Kacey Femi Ajayi

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VIDEO INSTALLATION

Past and present of objects of exile

Border lines

(poem anthology), 2020

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