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Barriers and borders

Human mobility and building inclusive societies

Anthony Turton

future targets for surveillance. These targets were placed on a list that grew to include transnational flows of money, human trafficking, drug smuggling and cyber warfare. There were many more on the list, but this will suffice. It was in that space

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Policy coherence for development and migration

Analyzing US and EU policies through the lens of normative transformation

Harlan Koff

FRONTEX’s border surveillance and human rights . In R. Holzhacker & P. Luif (Eds.), Freedom Security and Justice in the European Union (pp. 75 – 100 ). New York : Springer . 10.1007/978-1-4614-7879-9_5 Martens , J. ( 2015 ). Benchmarks

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Regional integration from “below” in West Africa

A study of transboundary town-twinning of Idiroko (Nigeria) and Igolo (Benin)

Olukayode A. Faleye

& Retaille, 2014 ; Walther, et al., 2015 ). In this vein, regulations designed to promote formality encourages informality. Affirming this debacle, Kaplan (2006) has called for an anti-corruption surveillance of the border posts and road blocks as well as

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Economic and social upgrading through professional and supporting services

Lessons from the shrimp value chain in El Salvador

Nahuel Oddone and Ramón Padilla-Pérez

shrimp farming in El Salvador. There is an average of two employees for every 5 ha, working 24-hour shifts, with responsibility for surveillance and feeding in the tanks. Figure 3 Shrimp farming value chain Source: Oddone & Beltrán, 2013

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From proclamation to denial

Indigenous rights and political participation in Venezuela

Catherine Alès

the regular surveillance of borders is a feasible strategy. However, there is a lack of organization and political will to carry out effective policies. This view was expressed by Yanomami informants as well as the Horonami organization. 24