Migrant Activism and Integration from Below in Ireland

Hardcover | April 15, 2012

EditorRonit Lentin, Elena Moreo

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This book analyzes the interaction between migrant activists and leaders and the state of the Republic of Ireland – a late player in Europe's immigration regime - against the background of an increasingly restrictive immigration regime. 

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This book analyzes the interaction between migrant activists and leaders and the state of the Republic of Ireland – a late player in Europe's immigration regime - against the background of an increasingly restrictive immigration regime. 

RONIT LENTINHead of Sociology and Coordinator of the MPhil in Race, Ethnicity, Conflict atTrinity College, Dublin, Ireland.She has published extensively on racism and immigration in Ireland, Israel-Palestine, race and state. Among her latest books are Race and State, Thinking Palestine andCo-Memory and Melancholia: Israelis Memorialis...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.56 × 5.83 × 0.88 inPublished:April 15, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230300626

ISBN - 13:9780230300620

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Acknowledgements Notes on ContributorsIntroduction: Immigration in Ireland and Migrant-Led Activism; R.LentinTheorizing Migrant-Led Activism; C.De Tona& E.Moreo'There is No Movement': A Brief History of Migrant-Led Activism in Contemporary Ireland; R.LentinOn Visibility and Invisibility: Migrant Practices Between Regimes of Representation and Self-Determination; E.Moreo Investing in Hope: Gendered Resistance and the Struggle of Migrant Women's Associations in Ireland. C.De Tona Chinese-Led Migrant Activism Beyond Invisibility: The Irish Chinese Earthquake Appeal Committee; Y.Wang Beyond Welcoming the Strangers: Migrant Integration Processes Among Protestant Churches in Ireland; A.Passarelli The Horn of Africa People's Aid: Refugee Empowerment and New Forms of Neoliberal Rationality; E.Moreo Conclusion: Integration from Below?; R.LentinNotes References Index