This book series focuses on social, political and cultural changes and challenges caused by large-scale cross border migration and multiculturalisation. It aims to provide a knowledge base as well as ethical and legal proposals - in accordance with local conditions of different societies in the world - to build new communities in which all lives become more livable. The books are thus themed around both particular and common issues, and predicaments of migration and multiculturalisation across the globe including: disturbance in the welfare state; political, social, and financial instability; and threats to citizens’ sense of solidarity. At the same time they pursue an inclusive culture and society, which embrace diverse ways of life with workable policies for migrants and their families to ensure their basic human rights. The series deals connectis contributors from across the globe and between disciplines in order to propose answers to these pressing issues from a variety of perspectives.
More specifically, the series focuses on:
By Kazunari Sakai, Noemi Lanna
September 25, 2023
The contributors to this book investigate migration governance in Asia through a multilevel analysis, addressing its local, national and regional dimensions as well as placing it in the wider context of global migration governance. Core case studies include migration to and within Japan, the ...
By Tetsu Sakurai, Mauro Zamboni
March 31, 2023
Looking at two of the key paradigms of the post-Cold War era–national sovereignty, and human rights – this book examines the possibilities for their reconciliation from a global perspective. The real or imagined fear of a flood of immigrants has caused and fuelled the surge of an amalgam of ...