The latest podcast episode looks at mobility in Europe from different perspectives, from the right to free movement between national borders to free public transport and the options for people with different backgrounds to move around Europe safely – or not.
Neta-Paulina shares her knowledge as a critical geographer: “Critical geography approaches mobility as a socially constructed and contested process, shaped by power relations, inequalities and spatial structures.” And Whitney, who is a human rights lawyer, explains the situation from a legal point of view: “A right to mobility is not really recognised as a fundamental right in most legal systems, but it is often considered a component of other recognised rights, such as the right to liberty, the right to freedom of movement.”
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Intro: Carleigh Garcia| Speakers: Whitney Nosakhare, Neta-Pauline Wagner, Henri Vogel | Audio-Edit: Kevin Nagel | Music: Viktor Rosengrün | Editor: Katja Sigutina | ©2023 DialoguePerspectives
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