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Formation and Disintegration of the Balkan Refugee Corridor: Camps, Routes and Borders in Croatian Context

Autor:Author: Emina Bužinkić and Marijana Hameršak, eds.
Nakladnik:Publisher: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research (Zagreb), Centre for Peace Studies (Zagreb), Faculty of Political Science University of Zagreb – Centre for Ethnicity, Citizenship and Migration, bordermonitoring.eu e.V. (München)
Godina izdanja:Year of publication: 2018.
Dokumenti:Documents: Contents

This monograph represents an important analytical document. It provides an account on what impact did a global phenomenon of the refugee crisis have on a local micro-level in a particular moment of time: in the newest EU Member State Croatia, while the Western Balkan route was officially managed by the transit states rather than the human smugglers. The main topic of this book is one of the most relevant themes in the contemporary migration and refugee studies not only in the national (Croatia) academia, but also in the international scholarly arena.

dr. sc. Julija Sardelić

(School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool)

 

 

This book represents an extraordinary contribution to the understanding of not only the Croatian part of the migration corridor in 2015 and 2016 but the whole Balkan route as such, as well as the understanding of the European migration policies and their ramifications. Besides that, all the book chapters have a strong research foundation, and are centered around key theoretical frameworks. Also, they offer a practical potential due to problematizing ways that shape, transform, and regulate migration practice and related concepts.

dr. sc. Marta Stojić Mitrović

(The  Institute of Ethnography  SASA, Belgrade)

 

The issue of the refugee crisis has been one of the key political issues in Croatia in the last two years. This book represents one of the pioneer pieces that offers both academic and broader public friendly language. I strongly believe that the book Movements, Borders, Camps: Formation and Disintegration of Balkan Corridor Regime will become an unavoidable resource to all those interested in the refugee situation between September 2015 and April 2016. Also, this book is already of interest to the researchers who slowly but steadily build and widen forced migration academic field in Croatia.

Viktor Koska

(Centre for Ethnicity, Citizenship and Migration, Faculty of Political Science University of Zagreb)



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