Koronakriza in migracije: Diskriminacija, neenakost in upor


Deriving from multiple ecological-social causes, the novel coronavirus and, subsequently, the COVID-19 pandemic, has affected all spheres of societies of the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered and amplified an economic crisis that existed before the health crisis. The combination of the two crises into a double “ecological-­healthcare” and “socio-economic” crisis has had multiple consequences for everyone on the economic, social, political, and cultural level; however, it has affected social classes, workers, genders, and territories in different ways, deepening social inequalities and worsening the social conditions of disadvantaged social groups: among the most affected social groups, we find migrants.


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Della PuppaF, Perocco F. Koronakriza in migracije: Diskriminacija, neenakost in upor. DveDom [Internet]. 12. julij 2021. [citirano 2. avgust 2021.];2021(54). Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/twohomelands/article/view/10267