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Changing Fields of Solidarity in France: A Cross-field Analysis of Migration, Unemployment and Disability

Abstract : This chapter evaluates the implications of recent crises for solidarity organisations in France. The main aim is to assess whether solidarity remains nationally bounded or otherwise follows some consistent pattern of transnationalisation. By focusing on the fields of migration, unemployment and disability, the chapter examines the main attributes of solidarity organisations; in particular, the analysis aims to evaluate how transnational features relate to endogenous characteristics, such as activities, roles and networks affecting their particular experiences within changing fields of solidarity. Crucially, findings show that the economic crisis and welfare retrenchment in France have well served the purpose of governments willing to pre-empt strong political challenge by potential solidarity movements.
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Carlo de Nuzzo. Changing Fields of Solidarity in France: A Cross-field Analysis of Migration, Unemployment and Disability. Transnational solidarity in times of crises : Citizen organisations and collective learning in Europe, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.157 - 180, 2020, 9783030496586. ⟨hal-03703181⟩

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