In this publication, the authors present a multidisciplinary analysis of the case of Riace and the broader context of Italian migration policies.
The study focuses on three specific aspects of international relevance: the failure to establish a global regulatory mechanism for confronting the phenomenon, the securitarian management of the migration crisis, and the related distorted media narrative.
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Table of Contents
Introduction, by Andrea Devoto, Francesco Nurra, Fulvia Teano, and Alessandro Tedde
Global Encroachments: Valorisation of Labour Power and Self-Valorisation of Labour in the Capitalist Circulation Process, by Alessandro Tedde
Fundamental rights, the Fight Against Irregular Immigration and Its Limits. A New Approach in the Regulation of Immigration, by Andrea Devoto
Riace as an Informal Labour Management Case? A Position Paper, by Francesco Nurra
Fake News and the Spread of Disinformation Regarding Migration, by Fulvia Teano
Conclusions: Riace as a Paradigm?, by Andrea Devoto, Francesco Nurra, Fulvia Teano, and Alessandro Tedde