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Lundberg, A., Kjellbom, P. & Wernesjö, U. (2019). “Advanced Legal Practices in the Welfare State - A Study of Displacements of the Right to Social Assistance for Undocumented Persons and Poor EU Citizens, in Three Swedish Municipalities - A research project 2019-2022, funded by FORTE”: presentation at “Exploring critical legal cartography: an experimental workshop about the right to social protection in a transnational world” at the 2019 IMISCOE conference in Malmö.. In: 16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN: Understanding International Migration in the 21st Century: Conceptual and Methodological Approaches:The growing diversity and complexity of international migration present a need for reconceptualizing migration research. The aim of the 2019 IMISCOE Annual Conference is to facilitate exchanges in new concepts and innovative methodologies for understanding human migration in the 21st Century.We welcome proposals from various disciplines, such as political science, sociology, economics, history, law, anthropology, social work, public administration, demography, social geography, and others.. Paper presented at 16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN.
Open this publication in new window or tab >>“Advanced Legal Practices in the Welfare State - A Study of Displacements of the Right to Social Assistance for Undocumented Persons and Poor EU Citizens, in Three Swedish Municipalities - A research project 2019-2022, funded by FORTE”: presentation at “Exploring critical legal cartography: an experimental workshop about the right to social protection in a transnational world” at the 2019 IMISCOE conference in Malmö.
2019 (English)In: 16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN: Understanding International Migration in the 21st Century: Conceptual and Methodological Approaches:The growing diversity and complexity of international migration present a need for reconceptualizing migration research. The aim of the 2019 IMISCOE Annual Conference is to facilitate exchanges in new concepts and innovative methodologies for understanding human migration in the 21st Century.We welcome proposals from various disciplines, such as political science, sociology, economics, history, law, anthropology, social work, public administration, demography, social geography, and others., 2019Conference paper, Oral presentation only (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

Abstract

The aim of this three-year research project is to investigate displacements, i.e. changes in the right to housing and food according to the Swedish Social Service Act between 1982-2018, and its implications for the broader issue of social rights in the welfare state. This is done through the notion of advanced legal practices, which refer to incidents where the dominant current law is contested in legal interpretation and application and this involves a transformation of the legal content. Focus of the project is the right to basic social assistance, which comprises emergency aid, including food and housing, for vulnerable EU migrants and undocumented persons. Special focus is children’s situation.

Advanced legal practices emerge at different levels and in various juridical spaces, for example when a decision-maker or judge disregards certain conditions or allows jurisdictions to interact in new ways. An example is a resent ruling by the Supreme Administrative Court’s HFD 2017 ref 33, which, through a re- interpretation of the linkage between the Social Service Act and Law on the reception of asylum seekers, destabilized the basic responsibility of the municipalities to provide emergency aid for everyone residing on their territory. Regardless of the underlying

motives, advanced legal practitioners have consequences for individuals as well as for social rights in general. It is therefore important to understand why and how such practices emerge. The study concentrates on two basic social rights (food and housing) and two groups whose legal status in Sweden is ambiguous. Empirical material are 200 administrative court judgments, individual and group interviews, and local guidelines in three Swedish municipalities of different size with experience of EU-migration and refugee reception – Malmö, Norrköping and Älmhult. Our knowledge acquisition is a dialectic process through continuous collaboration with professionals. An exploration of the law enforcement over time in three municipalities, guided by approaches within legal geography, spatial and temporal dimensions of law are demonstrated.

Keywords
"Advanced legal practices"
National Category
Law and Society
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-158288 (URN)
Conference
16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN
Funder
Forte, Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare, 2018-00458
Available from: 2019-06-28 Created: 2019-06-28 Last updated: 2019-06-28
Lundberg, A. & Vestin, S. (2019). Asylkommissionens plattform: Kommissionen för granskning av lagstiftning, lagtillämpning och rättssäkerhet för människor som sökt asyl i Sverige under perioden 2015-2017: [Platform for the Asylum Commission: Commission for Review of Legislation, Law enforcement and Legal Certainty for People who sought asylum in Sweden during the period 2015–17]. Linköping: Linköping University Electronic Press
Open this publication in new window or tab >>Asylkommissionens plattform: Kommissionen för granskning av lagstiftning, lagtillämpning och rättssäkerhet för människor som sökt asyl i Sverige under perioden 2015-2017: [Platform for the Asylum Commission: Commission for Review of Legislation, Law enforcement and Legal Certainty for People who sought asylum in Sweden during the period 2015–17]
2019 (Swedish)Other (Other academic)
Abstract [sv]

Asylkommissionen har bildats av forskare och personer med omfattande kunskap om migration och asylsökandes liv och villkor i Sverige, med syfte att initiera en granskning som utgår från asylsökandes levda erfarenheter och perspektiv.

Bakgrunden till kommissionen är de återkommande rapporterna om en svår situation bland barn, unga och vuxna asylsökande, såsom oförutsägbara och inhumana beslut, ökande hemlöshet, social exkludering, psykisk ohälsa, familjesplittring och fler utvisningar med inslag av våld. Trots vittnesmål om brister i rättssäkerheten försvarar regeringen och många ansvariga inom kommuner och myndigheter hanteringen. Samtidigt har en del aktörer i kommunerna och inte minst i civilsamhället arbetat för att försöka motverka dessa destruktiva konsekvenser.

Abstract [en]

The Asylum Commission has been formed by researchers and people with extensive knowledge of migration and asylum seekers’ living conditions in Sweden, with the aim of initiating enquiries based on asylum seekers’ lived experiences and perspec-tives.

The background to the Commission is recurring reports of a difficult situation among children, adolescents and adult asylum seekers, such as unpredictable and inhumane decisions, increasing homelessness, social exclusion, mental illness, broken families and more violent deportations. Despite testimony on deficiencies in rule of law-prin-ciples, the changes are defended by the government and those responsible in munici-palities and authorities. At the same time, some municipalities and civil society have worked to counteract the destructive effects.

Place, publisher, year, pages
Linköping: Linköping University Electronic Press, 2019. p. 8
National Category
International Migration and Ethnic Relations Law and Society
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-158616 (URN)
Note

Plattformen är kollektivt författad och kan komma att revideras. 

The platform is collectively written and will continuously be revised.

Available from: 2019-07-04 Created: 2019-07-04 Last updated: 2019-07-05Bibliographically approved
Vestin, S. & Lundberg, A. (2019). Asyllagen – ett stort socialt experiment: Asylkommissionen: Vårt mål är att ge dem som drabbats upprättelse. Aftonbladet (19 juni)
Open this publication in new window or tab >>Asyllagen – ett stort socialt experiment: Asylkommissionen: Vårt mål är att ge dem som drabbats upprättelse
2019 (Swedish)In: Aftonbladet, ISSN 1103-9000, no 19 juniArticle in journal, News item (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.)) Published
Abstract [sv]

Efter flera år av snabba lagändringar på asylområdet kommer allt fler alarmerande rapporter om att människor på flykt, inte minst barn och unga, far illa efter att ha sökt asyl i Sverige.

Därför bildas nu en granskningskommission för att undersöka vad det är som hänt och hur situationen kan förbättras.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Schibsted ASA, 2019
National Category
Law and Society
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-158297 (URN)
Note

Medlemmar i Kommissionen för granskning av lagstiftning, lagtillämpning och rättssäkerhet för människor som sökt asyl i Sverige under perioden 2015–2017, Asylkommissionen:

Sisela Abelli, jurist, Stockholms Stadsmission

Ayman Adel Amin, migrations- och asylrådgivare IM

Ulrika Andersson, Österlens stödförening för flyktingar och forskare Lunds universitet

Babak Behdjou, jurist, Barnrättsbyrån

Mira Björkegren, projektledare, Ensamkommandes Förbund Malmö

Eva Blomberg, professor i historia, Södertörns högskola

Lise Blomqvist, journalist, tidigare kommunikationschef Statens Invandrarverk, statlig utredare

Louise Dane, doktorand i offentlig rätt vid Juridiska institutionen, Stockholms universitet

Pouran Djampour, doktor i socialt arbete, Malmö Universitet

Sara Edvardson Ehrnborg, ordförande Flyktinggruppernas Riksråd, FARR, grundare yrkes- och volontärnätverket #vistårinteut

Torun Elsrud, docent sociologi, lektor socialt arbete, Linnéuniversitetet.

Martin Enquist Källgren, jurist, Stockholms Stadsmission

Benjamin Fayzi, ordförande för ensamkommandes Förbund Stockholm och talesperson Ung i Sverige

Jacob Flärdh Aspegren, Hugo Stenbecks stiftelse

Louise Gehandler, verksamhetsutvecklare samt volontär, bla initiativtagare till Agape Borås

Sara Granath, programansvarig Migration, Sverigeprogrammet inom Rädda Barnen

Sabine Gruber, universitetslektor och docent i socialt arbete, Linköpings Universitet

Aino Gröndahl, asylrättsjurist och offentligt biträde för hbtqi-asylsökande, RFSL

Thomas Hammarberg, tidigare Europarådets kommissionär för mänskliga rättigheter, nu riksdagsledamot

Elisabeth Hultcrantz, läkare, medlem av Etikkommissionen, professor emerita Linköpings Universitet

Sofia Häyhtiö, vice ordförande samt samordnare i FARR, Forskningsassistent, Linköpings universitet.

Farhad Jahanmihan, doktorand, Barn- och ungdomsvetenskapliga institutionen, Stockholms universitet

Sofi Jansson-Keshavarz, doktorand i välfärdsrätt vid Institutionen för samhälls- och välfärdsstudier, Linköpings universitet

Frida Johansson Metso, leg psykolog

Anna Karlgren, handläggare/sakkunnig flykting- och asylfrågor i Svenska Kyrkan

Baharan Kazemi, doktorand, socialt arbete, GU

Lynn Khatib, aktivist, egen erfarenhet

Fatemeh Khavari, initiativtagare till Ung i Sverige

Mohamed Kiswani, projektledare, Palestinska Huset i Göteborg

Anna Lindberg, gästforskare vid SASNET, Lunds Universitet, samt styrelseledamot i FARR

Anna Lindblad, chefsjurist vid Rådgivningsbyrån för asylsökande och flyktingar

Anna Lundberg, professor i Välfärdsrätt vid Institutionen för samhälls- och välfärdsstudier, Linköpings universitet

Khaled Abdu Mohammedsaid, journalist och redaktör för tidningen AlKompis, Human Rights Watch recipient av Hellman & Hammett award år 2003

Alexandra P Palm, asyljurist, RFSL Ungdom

Sooz Romero, metodutvecklare och kommunikatör för projektet Disabled Refugees Welcome

Emma Salomonsson, paralegal engagerad inom frivilligsektorn (gällande flyktingar i Göteborg)

Hanna Scott, jurist vid Unga Forum, Skåne Stadsmission

Madelaine Seidlitz, jurist, ansvarig flykting-och migration i svenska sektionen av Amnesty International

Åsa Söderqvist Forkby, socionom, doktor i socialt arbete, Linnéuniversitet

Sanna Vestin, informatör och styrelseledamot i Flyktinggruppernas Riksråd, FARR

Michael Williams, medlem i SKR:s migrationsarbetsgrupp, vice ordförande FARR

Josefin Åström, styrelseledamot FARR, masterstudent internationell migration och etniska relationer på Malmö universitet

Available from: 2019-06-28 Created: 2019-06-28 Last updated: 2019-07-04Bibliographically approved
Lundberg, A. (2019). Avancerade rättsliga praktiker i socialt arbete. In: Avancerade rättsliga praktiker i socialt arbete (ARPIS) - presentation av ett forskningsprojekt.: . Paper presented at FORSA nationellt symposium 2019 Social förändring - (o)lika villkor. 12-13 mars 2019. Norrköping.
Open this publication in new window or tab >>Avancerade rättsliga praktiker i socialt arbete
2019 (Swedish)In: Avancerade rättsliga praktiker i socialt arbete (ARPIS) - presentation av ett forskningsprojekt., 2019Conference paper, Oral presentation only (Other academic)
Abstract [sv]

Syftet med denna presentation är att diskutera studier av förskjutningar i rätten över tid liksom dess implikationer för sociala rättigheter, med särskilt fokus på levnadsvillkoren för icke-medborgare som vänder sig till socialtjänstlagen för att de är i behov av ekonomiskt bistånd. Med begreppet avancerade rättsliga praktiker avser vi incidenter då avsteg görs från gällande rätt och detta innebär en förskjutning i rätten. Sådana praktiker kan framträda på olika nivå och i skilda sammanhang, exempelvis genom att en beslutsfattare/domare bortser från vissa sakomständigheter, eller låter olika rättsliga skalnivåereller rättsområden växelverka på nya sätt (så kallat interlegalitet). Ett exempel är Högsta förvaltningsdomstolens avgörande HFD 2017 ref 33 som, genom en nytolkning av relationen mellan socialtjänstlagen och lag om mottagande av asylsökande m. fl., undanröjde kommunernas yttersta ansvar för papperslösa med behov av akut nödbistånd. Oavsett bakomliggande motiv får avancerade rättsliga praktiker konsekvenser, för både enskilda och för gränsdragningar i välfärdsstaten generellt. Det är därför viktigt med en förståelse för hur sådana praktiker uppkommer och varför. 

Keywords
"Avancerade rättsliga praktiker"
National Category
Law and Society
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-158283 (URN)
Conference
FORSA nationellt symposium 2019 Social förändring - (o)lika villkor. 12-13 mars 2019. Norrköping
Funder
Forte, Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare, 2018-00458
Available from: 2019-06-28 Created: 2019-06-28 Last updated: 2019-06-28
Spång, M. & Lundberg, A. (2019). In the World: Action and Fabrication by and on Behalf of Undocumented Persons. In: Celine Cantat, Eda Sevinin, Ewa Maczynska, Tegiye Birey (Ed.), Challenging the Political Across Borders: Migrants’ and Solidarity Struggles (pp. 72-98). Budapest: Center for Policy Studies, Central European University
Open this publication in new window or tab >>In the World: Action and Fabrication by and on Behalf of Undocumented Persons
2019 (English)In: Challenging the Political Across Borders: Migrants’ and Solidarity Struggles / [ed] Celine Cantat, Eda Sevinin, Ewa Maczynska, Tegiye Birey, Budapest: Center for Policy Studies, Central European University , 2019, p. 72-98Chapter in book (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

The working together of migrants, undocumented persons and citizens creates a situation where political action is no longer defined purely by a legal status of those who act or by the space in and from which they act. By tracing the moments of coming together, this chapter highlights the possibilities and limitations of appropriating and transgressing a nation- and state-centric understanding of politics, showing that narrations of solidarity might aim at generating alternative spaces for the making of politics. These chapters show the often competing and conflicting discourses that the actors employ, the breaking of solidarity alliances along national, ethnic, and gender lines, and the ways in which dominant discourses are at times strategically used by actors and through that reproduced and sustained. By discussing solidarity initiatives as containing both the potential to challenge hegemonic discourses as well as contradictions and tensions, the chapters highlight the complexities inscribed in solidarity struggles.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Budapest: Center for Policy Studies, Central European University, 2019
Keywords
solidarity, solidary struggles
National Category
International Migration and Ethnic Relations Social Work
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-160302 (URN)9789633860076 (ISBN)
Available from: 2019-09-17 Created: 2019-09-17 Last updated: 2019-09-17Bibliographically approved
Lundberg, A. (2019). Law and expulsions insidethe Swedish welfare state.: The ‘craftwork of illegalisation’ and the management of undeportable deportees.. In: Law & Society Association, May 30 - June 2, 2019. Dignity: Legally Stranded? Administrative Practices & Refugee Rights and Resettlement in Nordic Countries and the U.S.Fri, 5/31: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM. Paper presented at LSA 2019.
Open this publication in new window or tab >>Law and expulsions insidethe Swedish welfare state.: The ‘craftwork of illegalisation’ and the management of undeportable deportees.
2019 (English)In: Law & Society Association, May 30 - June 2, 2019. Dignity: Legally Stranded? Administrative Practices & Refugee Rights and Resettlement in Nordic Countries and the U.S.Fri, 5/31: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM, 2019Conference paper, Published paper (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

The article presents a legal ethnographic study of the contradiction between the rhetoric of return, stressing that rejected asylum seekers should leave the country, and the reality of legally stranded migrants, in a Swedish context. Through an in-depth analysis of three individual asylum case files, the study reveals how a situation comes about where rejected asylum seekers end up as legally stranded migrants, or ‘superfluous’ in the welfare state. These processes, termed ‘craftwork of illegalisation’ happens through (1) displacement of key matters, (2) complex, and far-reaching organization of non-responsibility, and (3) an incommensurable circle of suspicion throughout the asylum process. Whereas the practices result in complete destitute for the concerned individuals, they are in stark contrast to the idea of general basic welfare for all residents. The craftwork of illegalisation tells a broader story of the continuous production and reproduction of unequal access to Swedish welfare, superfluity, and of a current transformation of the welfare state from within, where exclusions and boundaries have become increasingly prioritized.

Keywords
‘craftwork of illegalisation’, superfluity, Sweden, Migration, Practical impediments to enforcement, asylum, Migration Agency
National Category
Law and Society
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-158284 (URN)
Conference
LSA 2019
Available from: 2019-06-28 Created: 2019-06-28 Last updated: 2019-06-28
Lundberg, A. & Jansson-Keshavarz, S. (2019). Migrationsverket ändrar på lagens innehåll för att ensamkommande barn inte ska beviljas uppehållstillstånd i Sverige. JT (4), 1012-1019
Open this publication in new window or tab >>Migrationsverket ändrar på lagens innehåll för att ensamkommande barn inte ska beviljas uppehållstillstånd i Sverige
2019 (Swedish)In: JT, ISSN 1100-7761, no 4, p. 1012-1019Article in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.)) Published
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Stockholm: Stockholms universitets förlag, 2019
National Category
Law and Society
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-158294 (URN)
Available from: 2019-06-28 Created: 2019-06-28 Last updated: 2019-08-08Bibliographically approved
Lundberg, A. & Obenius van Stellingwerff, H. (2019). “What can migration-law learn from cartography? Some reflections on critical legal mapping as a method for understanding law”. In: 16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN : Understanding International Migration in the 21st Century: Conceptual and Methodological Approaches:The growing diversity and complexity of international migration present a need for reconceptualizing migration research. The aim of the 2019 IMISCOE Annual Conference is to facilitate exchanges in new concepts and innovative methodologies for understanding human migration in the 21st Century.We welcome proposals from various disciplines, such as political science, sociology, economics, history, law, anthropology, social work, public administration, demography, social geography, and others.: Abstracts for the workshop “Exploring critical legal cartography: an experimental workshop about the right to social protection in a transnational world” at the 2019 IMISCOE conference in Malmö. Paper presented at 16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN.
Open this publication in new window or tab >>“What can migration-law learn from cartography? Some reflections on critical legal mapping as a method for understanding law”
2019 (English)In: 16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN : Understanding International Migration in the 21st Century: Conceptual and Methodological Approaches:The growing diversity and complexity of international migration present a need for reconceptualizing migration research. The aim of the 2019 IMISCOE Annual Conference is to facilitate exchanges in new concepts and innovative methodologies for understanding human migration in the 21st Century.We welcome proposals from various disciplines, such as political science, sociology, economics, history, law, anthropology, social work, public administration, demography, social geography, and others.: Abstracts for the workshop “Exploring critical legal cartography: an experimental workshop about the right to social protection in a transnational world” at the 2019 IMISCOE conference in Malmö, 2019Conference paper, Oral presentation only (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

The aim of this article is to articulate how legal processes, that produce assumptions about social realities which subsequently shape relations of inequality and oppression, may be explored using a critical legal cartographic approach. Critical cartography points to the duality of representation and construction that is innate to cartography, i.e. when portraying reality, maps are also making it. Asking what legal processes do, more specifically how they enable some human activities and constrain others, this study takes a performative approach to law. Furthermore, the article tries to answer why it is important to reveal performative aspect of legal processes.

Departing from de Sousa Santos’ influential article from 1987 about law as a map for mis-reading in the form of distorted representations of reality, this article seeks to contribute with a deeper knowledge of how law works when law produces the social reality it needs, and how socio-legal scholars may explore this using critical cartographic methodologies. De Sousa Santos introduces three concepts that provide an understanding of legal judgments and the effects of law as a map: Scale, projections and symbols. Whereas he suggests that law “creates the reality that fits its application” (Santos 1987: 288), he does not in depth elaborate on the material conditions produced by law. Bringing such performative aspects of legal mapping into light, the present study focuses on how the social world is constructed through legal mapping exercises (cartographies) and what the material implications are. By changing the perspective, from representations of the social world (which is the focus of Santos) to the actual material conditions shaped through legal decision-making, we argue that a deeper understanding may be gained of the power that is embedded in law.

To illustrate how critical legal cartography may contribute to socio-legal studies in the field of migration, this study presents two mapping exercises of “practical impediments to enforcement” in the context of Swedish asylum law. This means, concretely, that both mapping exercises concern asylum cases where the persons seeking refuge had their asylum claims rejected and therefore received an expulsion decision. Nonetheless, due to a practical obstacle of some kind, the concerned persons cannot return to the designated country. As “undeportable deportees” they are caught in a situation where they receive repeated unenforceable removal orders (Grant 2007). Whilst in this situation, in the Swedish context, they have no right to work and no right to economic support (children excepted). Legally speaking, practical impediments may lead to a residency in Sweden. In fact, the migration authorities must consider such barriers in decisions concerning refusal-of-entry or expulsion (see, for example, Chapter 8, Section 7 of the Aliens Act). Additionally, if the enforcement barriers appear after a removal order has become final and non-appealable, such impediments should be taken into consideration (see Chapter 12, Section 18, first paragraph, point 2 of the Aliens Act) and residency may be granted. Despite these legislations, which makes it possible to grant a residence permit in Sweden because of enforcement barriers, a number of people remain in Sweden after receiving a refusal-of-entry or expulsion order without being granted such a permit. Some of these people are stranded for longer periods of time in a legal no-man’s-land. They are trapped in a maze of bureaucracy that is virtually impossible to find a way out of.

Applying critical legal cartography as a method, the article presents two cartographies trying to manage this position of legal limbo (Dauvergne, 2008; Paoletti, 2010): One state-based “hegemonic” map, and one case-based mapping exercise of an individual case. Whereas the former (an independent state-enquiry) serves to illustrate the state’s capacity to dominate through a combination of coercion and consent of those dominated, the latter (case-based cartography), is a counter-mapping exercise in that it reveals the hegemonic politics inherent in the state’s mapping. The case-based cartography also critically problematizes the advantages of regulating (i.e. mapping) human mobility.

Within the framework of the state enquiry, certain issues regarding enforcement barriers are invented and re-invented, and certain assumptions about the law are made and questions asked. In a similar way, the case-based study makes other assumption of law and put different issues on the table. This is not unexpected considering that the motives of the state enquiry and the individual case study differ in many ways.

Nevertheless, a mapping of the individual case-based study, functions as a deconstruction as well as a reconstruction of the migration law of the state-enquiry. Accordingly, the case-based study, is a form of counter-mapping which has a dual role; to reveal the consequences of the law in the world and for people’s living conditions, and to raise questions about what is desirable, or even possible, to map in a complex field of human migration in the current ‘world of mobility’. Ultimately, this article discusses the essence and significance of contemporary laws and legal mapping.

References

De Sousa Santos, Boaventura. (1987) “Law: A Map of Misreading - Toward a Postmodern Conception of Law” Journal of Law and Society. pp. 279-302.

Grant, Stefanie. (2007) “The Human Rights of Legally Stranded Migrants” in Cholewinski et al. (eds.) International Migration Law, TMC Asser.

The migration of power and north-south inequalities: the case of Italy and Libya.

Dauvergne, Catherine. (2008) Making People Illegal What Globalization Means for Migration and Law.

Migration University Press.

Paoletti, Emanuela. (2010).

Springer.

National Category
Law and Society
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-158290 (URN)
Conference
16TH ANNUAL IMISCOE CONFERENCE JUNE 26-28, 2019 MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN
Available from: 2019-06-28 Created: 2019-06-28 Last updated: 2019-06-28
Lundberg, A. (2018). Book Review: Policing Undocumented Migrants: Law, Violence and Responsibility [Review]. Social & Legal Studies, 27(25), 661-665
Open this publication in new window or tab >>Book Review: Policing Undocumented Migrants: Law, Violence and Responsibility
2018 (English)In: Social & Legal Studies, Vol. 27, no 25, p. 661-665Article, book review (Other academic) Published
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Sage Publications, 2018
National Category
Social Sciences
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-150107 (URN)10.1177/0964663918786621 (DOI)000444983100007 ()
Funder
Swedish Research Council, 421-2012-683
Available from: 2018-08-13 Created: 2018-08-13 Last updated: 2018-10-08
Gruber, S., Lundberg, A. & Righard, E. (2018). Brandväggar och det sociala arbetets professionsetik (1ed.). In: Magnus Dahlstedt och Philip Lalander (Ed.), Manifest: för ett socialt arbete i tiden (pp. 291-302). Lund: Studentlitteratur AB
Open this publication in new window or tab >>Brandväggar och det sociala arbetets professionsetik
2018 (Swedish)In: Manifest: för ett socialt arbete i tiden / [ed] Magnus Dahlstedt och Philip Lalander, Lund: Studentlitteratur AB, 2018, 1, p. 291-302Chapter in book (Other academic)
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Lund: Studentlitteratur AB, 2018 Edition: 1
Keywords
brandväggar, professionsetik, socialt arbete
National Category
Sociology
Identifiers
urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-148573 (URN)9789144125688 (ISBN)
Available from: 2018-06-13 Created: 2018-06-13 Last updated: 2018-06-26Bibliographically approved
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