Hospitality as a discourse for managing the inclusion of migrants within Southern European States and societies

migrants hospitality

While uttering empty rhetoric of hospitality designed to indicate that the country is meeting its moral obligations, the State turns a blind eye to the abuse of migrants who have been put with their backs against the wall, afraid of the repercussions should they complain about the situation they find themselves in, or the fact that their rights, as defined by international humanitarian laws, are being trampled upon.

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