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Human Rights, Migration, and Social Conflict: Toward a by Ariadna Estévez

By Ariadna Estévez

This ebook makes use of human rights as a part of a constructivist technique designed to set up a causal dating among human rights violations and sorts of social and political clash in Europe and North the US.

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The positive expression of migrant agency refers to peaceful activities related Human Rights and Conflict in Modern Migration 25 to organization for the management of rights in receiving societies and transnational activities that have an influence in their countries of origin. In contrast, the negative expression of partial autonomy refers to violent or conflictive actions oriented toward resistance or opposition to discriminatory, xenophobic, and repressive actions by the receiving society. Through such expressions migrants can either influence community development in both their countries of origin and in receiving societies or exacerbate ethnic conflicts serving as the basis of defensive identities inclined to fundamentalism.

In addition to the type of migration related to globalization’s strictly economic structural principles, there are those linked to other features of globalization, referred to by El-Ojeili and Hayden (2006), particularly a greater intensity of social, cultural, economic, and political interaction around the globe and the creation of global infrastructures that underpin formal and informal institutional arrangements to facilitate the operation of global networks. While the social, economic, cultural, political, and environmental dynamics of globalization push people to migrate, migrants become the object and target of economic activities that lead to the setting up of formal as well as informal infrastructures that serve, and benefit from, international migration.

These imbalances existed before the significant arrival of immigration (at the end of the 1980s there was a high level of unemployment in Spain and there were already jobs for which it was hard to find labor) and had reduced possibilities for economic growth that appeared after the crisis at the beginning of the 1990s. Immigrants have corrected these imbalances since they have mostly entered the activities and categories for which it was difficult to find local labor, and in doing this they have assisted the development of companies and entire sectors.

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