The Circularity of Exploitation - Reflections from the British Context

Underdevelopment and global inequality are two interlinked prompts for migration. They help condition and produce London’s multiculture.

In the photo-essay 'The Circularity of Exploitation', Shamser Sinha and Les Back (from the London-based EUMARGINS research team) highlight global and local aspects of the British context. Through words and pictures, they show how global threads are woven into the local setting, and how these altogether shape the lives of the immigrant population.       

Tags: London, UK, exploitation, migration, multiculturalism
Published Sep. 22, 2010 2:01 PM - Last modified Sep. 24, 2010 9:01 AM