Cawo M. Abdi looks at the Somali crisis as the most recent conflict being fought in the name of 'war against terrorism'. She argues that it entails major implications for migration in general and for migrant women in particular. Her central concerns are to track the new realities in the various forms of migration across the world and to better understand at a policy level how migration and development nexus encourages south-north, south-south social and economic relations with more open and accountable development paths. She tracks how the migration and development nexus challenges concepts of citizenship, trans-national borders, diversity, social protection and security.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||7|
|State||Published - Dec 1 2007|