Borders and camps across Africa are using biometrics to track refugees. For those who are stateless, “fraud” can allow for the smuggling of truths into administrative lies.
An interview with Ruben Andersson on his book Illegality Inc, an ethnographic account of Europe’s efforts to halt irregular migration along Spain’s borders with Africa.
What use are academic categories when they reinforce conservative concepts scholars seek to challenge?
What does the Catalan independence movement mean for African separatists?
A conversation on books, borders, and belonging with Somali-American writer, Abdul Adan.
Jeffrey Gettleman was until recently the East Africa correspondent for The New York Times. He left Africans a memoir, ‘Love, Africa.’
Can African states offer new approaches to refugee asylum?