The Journal Two Homelands has published the special issue “THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS AND MIGRATION. Inequalities, Discrimination, Resistance”, guest editors Francesco Della Puppa and Fabio Perocco (both University of Venice).
It examines the consequences of the pandemic on the health, working, housing, administrative conditions of immigrant workers, migrants, and asylum seekers in the world, with attention to the new inequalities and to the impact on migration policies.
INDEX OF THE THEMATIC SESSION (VOL. N. 54)
The Coronavirus Crisis and Migration : Inequalities, Discrimination, Resistance
Francesco Della Puppa, Fabio Perocco
Vulnerabilities of Internal Returnee Migrants in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic in India
Arun Kumar Acharya, Sanjib Patel
Social Stigma and COVID-19 : The Experiences of Bangladeshi Returnees from Italy
Mohammad Riduan Parvez
Online Education of Marginalized Children in North Macedonia and Italy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Marina Cenedese, Ivana Spirovska
Migration and Legal Precarity in the Time of Pandemic : Qualitative Research on the Italian Case
Paola Bonizzoni, Senyo Dotsey
Italian Reception Policies and Pandemic : From Exclusion to Abandonment
Davide Filippi, Luca Giliberti