Thanh-Dam Truong, Des Gasper, and Jeff Handmaker
This book examines the links between gender and mi-gration and their implications for social justice think-ing, both at the experiential and normative levels. It offers insights also into the uses of human security thinking as a framework for attention to social justice concerns, including in trans-border contexts, and to their intersectional complexity. The volume presents a diverse but selective set of empirical, theoretical, and methodological issues on gender in migration from migrant-centred and Southern perspectives. Its aim is to stimulate debate and discussion among migration scholars and professionals engaged in migration-re-lated policy and to enable insights and enrich prac-tices on gender and social justice.