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Immigrant Justice in an Era of National Borders: Multi-Level Governance and Advocacy in the U.S. and Greece

Abstract This project seeks to explore how organizations work toward refugee and immigrant integration through forming different types of coalitions and strategic networks. Semi-structured interviews were conducted to identify when coalitions emerge between refugee organizations and immigrant rights groups in order to examine their development, from how the coalitions broadly conceive of refugee and immigrant rights, to how they organize resources and information sharing, service provision, policy advocacy, and policy implementation. The project is guided by the question: What explains the formation of coalitions that advocate for both immigrant rights and refugee rights? Through examining the formation and development of these coalitions, this th... (more)
Created Date 2019
Contributor Amoroso-Pohl, Melanie Hope (Author) / Colbern, Allan (Advisor) / Keahey, Jennifer (Committee member) / Walker, Shawn (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Political science / Social research / Advocacy / Coalition Building / Federalism / Immigration / Integration / Refugees
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 123 pages
Language English
Note Masters Thesis Social Justice and Human Rights 2019
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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