Tag Archives: Justice
Lawrence Davidson views the present refugee crisis, triggered by the armed conflicts in the Arab world, in the context of the post-World War II – and continuing – demise of the homogeneous state.
Marianne Azizi describes how an Israeli woman’s quest for state assistance resulted in her son being taken away from her on the basis of hearsay, and both her and her son being denied their rights.
Jamal Kanj argues that the embryo of the refugee crisis facing Europe today was yesterday’s support for the Security Council-sanctioned war on Libya and the assistance given to“freelance” fighters in Syria.
Graham Peebles says the “dehumanising political immigration net” in Britain has created an environment of prejudice and fear, and allowed governments to criminalise people whose only crime is to be in need of a home.