Muslimanski prekariat v Assamu: Okužbe, migranti in Covid-19

Povzetek

Članek obravnava stiske migrantskih muslimanskih smetarjev med popolnim zaprtjem javnega življenja v Indiji in njihova prizadevanja za vrnitev v rodno pokrajino Assam. Družbeni, politični in verski predsodki so njihove finančne težave še povečali. Zaradi njihove pripadnosti bengalsko govoreči skupnosti miya, ki izvira iz Bangladeša, se indijske oblasti zanje niso menile, okrepljena protimuslimanska propaganda jih je v času lockdowna obravnavala kot »korona džihadiste«. Avtorica njihov boj za preživetje obravnava v okviru splošnega položaja muslimanov v Indiji, obenem pa se zavzema, da bi civilna družba naredila več za izboljšanje položaja najbolj marginaliziranih in ranljivih skupin. Raziskava je bila izvedena po telefonu, aplikaciji Zoom in z osebnimi intervjuji.

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2021-07-12
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Saikia Y. Muslimanski prekariat v Assamu: Okužbe, migranti in Covid-19. DveDom [Internet]. 12. julij 2021. [citirano 2. avgust 2021.];2021(54). Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/twohomelands/article/view/10270