Publication year: 2022
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This book discusses the socio-political context of the COVID-19 crisis and questions the management of the pandemic emergency with special reference to how this affected the governance of migration and asylum. The book offers critical insights on the impact of the pandemic on migrant workers in different world regions including North America, Europe and Asia.
Subject: Social Sciences, Migration, Public Policy, Political Science, Emigration and immigration, COVID-19 pandemic and migration, Managing migration during a pandemic crisis, Border control at a time of pandemic, Migrant nurses and doctors under the pandemic, Vulnerability and resilience in the COVID-19 crisis, International students during the pandemic crisis