Deported before experiencing the good sides of migration: Ethiopians returning from Saudi Arabia

In the period November 2013-April 2014 more than 160,000 Ethiopians were deported from Saudi Arabia after a seven months amnesty period for undocumented migrants came to an end. This large-scale regularization campaign of the Saudi government must be seen in light of the 'Arab Spring', whe...

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Volume: 9
Main Author: de Regt, Marina
Tafesse, Medareshaw
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Routledge 02.07.2016
published in: African and black diaspora Vol. 9; no. 2; pp. 228 - 242
Related: Social and Cultural Anthropology
Mobilities, Beliefs and Belonging: Confronting Global Inequalities and Insecurities
Data of publication: 7/2/2016
ISSN: 1752-8631
1752-864X
EISSN: 1752-864X
Discipline: History & Archaeology
Anthropology
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