Edited By: Alison Brysk and Gershon Shafir
Explores how, in an era of globalisation, different nations' distinct traditions of national citizenship and universal rights affect their responses to global migration, markets and international ties. Covering the interaction of citizenship and human rights, the noted contributors bring together a wide range of perpectives from the Palestinian plight to global women's activism to indigenous Latin American groups to developed nations' labour movements.
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