Introduction to Forced Migration by Christina Clark-Kazak part 7: Intersectionality and Forced Migration

People have differential experiences of forced migration because of intersecting power relations and structures, including: gender, sexual orientation, (social) age, disability, class and racialization. In this seventh part of the forced migration series, Professor Clark-Kazak uses Kimberlé Crenshaw’s concept of intersectionality to help to understand lived experiences of forced migration.


Also Read