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La dispersion de personnes exilées : ce que la spatialisation des CAO révèle des politiques migratoires et urbaines

Abstract : This article deals with the logic of dispersion of exiled people through the opening of CAO (centres d’accueil et d’orientation) in two small and medium sized towns facing strong problems of residential vacancy. The study of the spatialization of these facilities, on a national scale but also within these cities, reveals the structural dimensions of urban and migration public policies. In a context of centralized migration policy giving rise to a spatialized and quantitativist distribution of exiled people, the article shows that local communities and local interactions still play an important role in the possibility of their opening up. While local institutional actors develop discourses on the opportunity that the arrival of exiles can represent for their territories, it must nevertheless remain discreet, even invisible in the urban space. The article reveals the traditionally top-down nature of public action for these unprecedented measures: their locations are decided according to the usual categories of urban policies, around the injunction to “mixity” and ethnicizing representations.
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Camille Gardesse. La dispersion de personnes exilées : ce que la spatialisation des CAO révèle des politiques migratoires et urbaines. Revue Europeenne des Migrations Internationales, Université de Poitiers, 2020, 36 (2-3), pp.83-105. ⟨10.4000/remi.15602⟩. ⟨hal-03297129⟩

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