Confined

Episode 2 February 24, 2021 01:16:40
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This episode talks about the "border", how it is thought of and experienced by those with strong passports or those who have little chance of moving legally. It explores the politics of domination and the issue of the responsibility of states which, by externalizing border control, delegate the dirty work to governments were human  

rights are very poorly protected and where often not even the international conventions on refugee rights have been ratified.

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