The Right to Rights?

  title={The Right to Rights?},
  author={A. Bloch},
  pages={233 - 250}
  • A. Bloch
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Sociology
  • This article examines the disjuncture between the theory of international refugee protection, human rights and citizenship rights and their practice. Drawing on data from a sub-sample of 500 Zimbabwean migrants taken from a larger survey of 1000 Zimbabweans in South Africa and the UK, it explores the labour market and transnational lives of undocumented migrants and compares them with migrants with other immigration statuses. The article demonstrates that while the protection and rights… CONTINUE READING

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