By Lucy Mayblin
This ebook offers another view, drawing on theoretical insights from 3rd global methods to overseas legislations, publish- and decolonial experiences, and providing new examine at the context of the British Empire. The textual content highlights the truth that because the early Nineteen Nineties, for the 1st time, nearly all of asylum seekers originate from nations outdoors of Europe, nations which until eventually 30-60 years in the past have been less than colonial rule. regulations which tackle asylum seekers needs to, the booklet argues, be understood not just as a part of a world hypermobile current, yet in the context of colonial histories.
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