The EU-Turkey deal and the impact on refugee children

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Abstract

(refugees) represent such a disquieting element in the order of the modern nationstate, this is above all because by breaking the continuity between man and citizen, nativity and nationality, they put the original fi ction of modern sovereignty
in crisis. (Agamben 1998: 131)
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSyrian Refugee Children in the Middle East and Europe : Integrating the Young and Exiled
EditorsMichelle Pace, Somdeep Sen
Number of pages12
Place of PublicationOxon
PublisherRoutledge
Publication date2018
Pages8-19
Chapter2
ISBN (Print)9780815347347
ISBN (Electronic)9781351169325
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventGlobal Political Sociology Research Group: Paper presentation by Michelle Pace on The EU-Turkey deal: the impact on refugee children -
Duration: 16 Feb 201716 Feb 2017

Other

OtherGlobal Political Sociology Research Group
Period16/02/201716/02/2017
SeriesRoutledge Studies in Middle Eastern Society

Bibliographical note

Michelle Pace is Professor with special responsibilities in European Union
and Middle East relations at the Department of Social Sciences and Business at
Roskilde University, Denmark. Her research interests include the life worlds of
minor refugees, emotions in International Relations and identity politics.

Keywords

  • exile
  • refugee crisis
  • unaccompanied refugee children
  • EU-Turkey deal
  • international law
  • international human rights
  • Convention on the Right of the Child
  • Agamben
  • children on the move
  • state of exception

Cite this

Pace, M. (2018). The EU-Turkey deal and the impact on refugee children. In M. Pace, & S. Sen (Eds.), Syrian Refugee Children in the Middle East and Europe: Integrating the Young and Exiled (pp. 8-19). Oxon: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern Society