Issues of asylum, migration, humanitarian protection and
integration/belonging are of growing interest beyond the
disciplines of refugee studies, migration, and social policy.
Rooted in more than two decades of scholarship, this book uses
critical social theory and the participatory, biographical and
arts-based methods used with asylum seekers, refugees and emerging
communities to explore the dynamics of the
asylum-migration-community nexus. It argues that interdisciplinary
analysis is required to deal with the complexity of the issues
involved and offers understanding as praxis (purposeful knowledge),
drawing on innovative research that is participatory, arts-based,
performative and policy-relevant.
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