Proximity Violence in Migration Times.

A Focus in some Regions of Italy, France and Spain

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Belén Agrela Romero, Alessandra Barone, Maria José Calero Garcia, Maria Luisa Grande Gascon, Maria Nella Lippi, Lia Lombardi, Beatriz Montes, Fulvio Palmieri, Rafaela Pascoal, Elisa Re, Giulia Salvini, Julia Tran Thanh
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pp. 228,      1a edizione  2019   (Codice editore 11164.3)
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In breve

This volume principal investigator of the PROVIDE - Proximity on Violence: Defence and Equity project (Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme - 2014-2020) funded by the EU, shifted the interpretative focus of its research from gender-based to proximity violence. This theoretical intuition-assertion is informed by a wide-scale reconstruction of the phenomenon of migratory violence and corroborated by the results of the action research carried out by six international teams ˗ Ismu, Oxfam, Telefono Donna, Badia Grande, Aseis Lagarto, SamuSocial International, the University of Jaén and the University of Palermo.

Presentazione del volume

This volume, edited by Ignazia Bartholini, principal investigator of the PROVIDE - Proximity on Violence: Defence and Equity project (Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme - 2014-2020) funded by the EU, shifted the interpretative focus of its research from gender-based to proximity violence.
This theoretical intuition-assertion, fruitful too at empirical level, is informed by a wide-scale reconstruction of the phenomenon of migratory violence and corroborated by the results of the action research carried out by six international teams ? Ismu, Oxfam, Telefono Donna, Badia Grande, Aseis Lagarto, SamuSocial International, the University of Jaén and the University of Palermo.
Systems of protection, formal and informal good practices, as well as critical issues regarding the reception of migrants, are explored and narrated by the co-authors of the volume thanks to the action research they conducted with the collaboration of a plethora of professionals who narrate and illustrate the topic of proximity violence, providing their own particular frames of reference, views and counterfactual reflections.
Furthermore, the discussion of legislation provided offers a cogent crosssection of what has been done to contrast the violence which thousands of asylum seekers and refugees undergo and how much national governments need to do in order to host and recognise victims of proximity violence.

Ignazia Bartholini
is associate professor of General Sociology at the University of Palermo. Among her most recent works: Radicamenti, discriminazioni e narrazioni di genere nel Mediterraneo (ed. 2016); Migrations: A Global Welfare Challenge: Policies, Practices and Contemporary Vulnerabilities (eds., 2018); Conoscere da "outsider within": l'ordine femminile delle emozioni, in Antonelli F. (ed., 2018).

Indice

Ignazia Bartholini, Introduction. A nagging thought of a scholar
(The interweave between desk analysis and field of "PROVIDE" research; Gender-based violence and proximity violence; The field research; The Reception System in Italy, Spain and France; Critical elements regarding the reception system; Different instances of best practices; A number of recommendations; References)
Ignazia Bartholini, The phenomenology of proximity violence: relational strategies and modalities used against vulnerable migrants
(Migration and segregation; An amphibiolic terminology: "Violence against women" and "gender violence"; Proximity violence; Domination over and segregation of the female body; Dehumanisation, objectification and reification of the migrant woman's body; Conclusions; References)
Rafaela Hilário Pascoal, The EU's legislative framework and the issue of violence perpetrated against migrant women
(Introduction; From gender inequality to gender-based violence; Gender-based violence in the European legal framework on migration; Conclusions; References)
Ignazia Bartholini, Proximity violence against women refugees and migrants in Sicily. Operators' testimonies
(Two preliminary issues of a methodological nature; Interviewee sampling and profiling; The interviews; The main problems detected; Intervention; The network; The procedures activated; Best practices and need for inclusive policies: the operators' proposals; Aspects to be enhanced or set up; Critical issues; References)
Lia Lombardi, Proximity violence against women refugees and migrants. Experiences and good practices in the Milano area
(Introduction: an overview of the dimension of and approaches to violence in contexts of forced migration; Migration to Italy and Lombardy; The qualitative research plan. The main results; References)
Fulvio Palmieri and Elisa Re, The research and the experiences of Telefono Donna on proximity violence against women refugees and migrants
(Introduction; Main findings of research; Best practices; References)
Maria Nella Lippi, Proximity violence against women refugees and asylum-seekers. Oxfam experiences in Tuscany Region
(The asylum-seeker and refugee population in the Tuscany Region; How violence is managed in the Region; The research method used and results of the field research; Some "concrete examples" of the "good practices" detected; References)
The system of asylum and protection for refugees victims of proximity violence in the Paris region, by Julia Tran Thanh
(Overview of the French system of asylum and protection; The pathway to asylum; The research and "research methodology" used; The research and "research methodology" used; Some concrete examples of the good practices detected; Conclusions; References)
Belén Agrela, Beatriz Montes, Mª Luisa Grande and Mª José Calero, Proximity violence against women refugees and migrants. Experiences and best practices in Andalusia
(The situation in the Region; Process and research method; Main results of the research; Concrete examples of the "good practices" detected; References)
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