Degrowth is a movement as well as a highly interdisciplinary approach that draws attention to multiple crises and contemplates prospects for sustainable and just living beyond growth. In recent years, migration has been narrowly viewed as a phenomenon that creates a governance crisis mostly for the so called developed countries. In this plenary we bring together Marxist, feminist and post-colonial scholars to discuss a range of issues such as the role of migration industry, linkages of migration to the imperial mode of living, Degrowth and new internationalism. The plenary will also examine potential opportunities for international solidarity by identifying linkages between human mobility and social transformation.
Speakers: Martin Miriam Lang, Martin Lemberg-Pedersen, Malin McGlinn. Chair: Mine Islar