Spot On | Nina Glick-Schiller – How Segregation obstructs Migrants to enter in City-making Processes
Nina Glick-Schiller’s research challenges the narratives that nationalist politicians tell us about migration. Migrants face the difficulties of re-settlement, build cities and eventually make up the social fabric of the city over time. Nonetheless, since housing and cost of living in the city center become more expensive, migrants get pushed to periphery. This makes it more difficult for migrants to enter in city-making processes.