Migrant Shepherds: Opportunities and Challenges for Mediterranean Pastoralism

@inproceedings{Nori2017MigrantSO,
  title={Migrant Shepherds: Opportunities and Challenges for Mediterranean Pastoralism},
  author={Michele Nori},
  year={2017}
}
The first results of the TRAMed research report on how pastoralism – an activity seemingly destined for oblivion, a memory of a recent past – shows interesting signs of resilience and important adaptive capacities. In several south European countries, foreign workers (shepherds who have emigrated from other Mediterranean countries) play an important role in this process because they provide skilled labour at a relatively low cost. Such migratory flows enable the pursuit, evolution and… CONTINUE READING

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