Razblinjene sanje in povratek domov: bangladeški delavci migranti v Svetu za sodelovanje v Zalivu med pandemijo bolezni Covid-19

Avtorji

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3986/dd.2022.2.02

Ključne besede:

Covid-19, omejitev gibanja, bangladeški delavci, Svet za sodelovanje v Zalivu, povratne migracije

Povzetek

Odkar se je začela pandemija bolezni Covid-19, se je veliko bangladeških migrantov že vrnilo domov, še mnogim drugim pa grozi repatriacija. Avtorji na podlagi kvalitativne raziskave, opravljene z bangladeškimi migranti, ki so se vrnili iz držav Sveta za sodelovanje v Zalivu, analizirajo izkušnje bangladeških delavcev v tujini med pandemijo, da bi bolje razumeli, zakaj so se ti migranti vrnili v svojo matično državo. Pri tem sta bili njihovi glavni raziskovalni vprašanji, kako je Covid-19 vplival na vsakodnevna življenja bangladeških delavcev v državah Sveta za sodelovanje v Zalivu ter v kolikšni meri je njihovo vračanje domov povezan s pandemijo bolezni Covid-19.

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2022-07-09

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Morad M, Rabby AA, Sacchetto D, Haque N. Razblinjene sanje in povratek domov: bangladeški delavci migranti v Svetu za sodelovanje v Zalivu med pandemijo bolezni Covid-19. DveDom [Internet]. 9. julij 2022 [citirano 13. avgust 2022];2022(56). Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/twohomelands/article/view/10943