Parvati Nair directs the United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility. She is also Professor of Hispanic, Migration and Cultural Studies at Queen Mary, University of London. She has directed and worked on the Women of the World: Home and Work in Barcelona project.
Published in: democraciaAbiertaDeath at the Mexico-US Border: from reaction to engagement
Yet again, a photograph erupts into the collective sightline: a picture of a father and child who drowned whilst...
Published in: democraciaAbiertaMuerte en la frontera de Estados Unidos: de la reacción al compromiso
Una vez más, una fotografía irrumpe en el campo de visión colectivo. Es la imagen de un padre y una niña que...
Published in: Mediterranean journeys in hopeSealed lips, sealed borders: contemporary human mobility and the imperative of language
A call to rethink the language of migration in order to recognise the humans at the heart of migration debates.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Where to now? Governing the migration crisis in the Mediterranean
It is through dialogue, not wars, that Europe can work towards alleviating the humanitarian crisis that is apparent...
Published in: HomeOn gender and migration
More than through any other lens, migration foregrounds gender as a construct that is also at once a process in the making.
Published in: HomeHome-Work: gender and urban immigrant relocation
The very detailed and almost intimate contributions by these 16 women offer a panoramic view of the ways in which,...