Graziano Battistella (2014), Global and Asian Perspectives on International Migration, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 978-3-319-08317-9, 266 pages.

Graziano Battistella (2014), Global and Asian Perspectives on International Migration, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 978-3-319-08317-9, 266 pages. The Global and Asian Perspectives on International Migration is part of a book series aimed at understanding the future of polic...

Refugee Integration in Germany

Sincethe advent of the Syrian civil war, many people have been displaced around the world.  Most of them have taken shelter in neighbouring countries including Turkey and Jordan. By 2015, the effects of civil war were being felt beyond the Middle East, especially in Europe. A large number of...

Role of Indian Diaspora for Resetting Indo- Guyanese Relationship

In the Globalized world, Diaspora became a new soft power tool of India’s foreign policy to strengthen its relations with other countries. The people of Diaspora can create a link between the home country and the host country. Now Indian policymaker gives importance to this Diasporic group ...

Armenian Diaspora and the Quest for Armenian Genocide Recognition

One of the major roles of the diasporas is to act as a bridge between the population of the home country and the international arena. It also acts a lobby of foreign policy for the home country which helps to initiate its national interest in the region of its concerns.  Another role connect...

Challenges and Opportunities for Digital Diasporas during Covid-19: The Armenian case

Considerable work has been done in the field of diaspora studies recently. Nevertheless, due to the rising socio-economic and political challenges around the world, it is essential to revisit and question earlier theories. At present, when the world is facing a crisis caused by the Covid-19 pande...

Invisible among the Invisible: Women Migrant Workers and State Apathy

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a massive toll on lives as well as livelihoods. The lockdown initiated in its wake brought nearly all economic activities to a staggering halt. With no work and no home to go to, stranded migrant workers began walking or cycling for miles in the scorching heat. As ...

In-Migration: Identity, Conflicts & Challenges in Manipur

The history of migration in Manipur can be classified as before and after the arrival of the British. Prior to the arrival of the British, Manipur was a princely state and its kingdom was extended up to Kabow Valley of present MyanmarMigrants are the resource as well as the source of resource con...

The Tibetan Diaspora in Kashmir -The Ignored Underbelly

The present study was carried out on Tibetan Diaspora in central Kashmir’s District Srinagar. They are ethnically and culturally quite distinct from rest of the valley. This community is easily distinguishable from the rest of Kashmiris. Speaking broken Kashmiri, carrying Mongoloid facial f...

Transmission of cultural codes through language: Study of Gujarati Diaspora in Lisbon, Portugal

“Through all its verbal and non–verbal aspects, language embodies cultural reality. (Kramsch 1998).” Migration entails a combination of several socio-cultural and economic situations that enmesh to form a migrant’s identity. In an attempt to trace and reconnect to one&...

Sikhism in France: challenges and innovative practices

While the Sikh presence in  France is fairly new, the second generation of Sikh immigrants from India has started to take roots in France. Not to mention, most of the Sikhs first arrived as refugees in continental Europe. France was not their preferred destination, however, the tightening of...

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