This Working Paper identifies five prominent transnational narratives in France and the UK that aimed to justify restrictions towards immigrants from the Global South, from the 1960s to the mid-1980s, when both countries turned to restrictive policies structurally.
How is gender involved in the migration process? What are the effects of migration on gender? And how those relations impact the representation of migration in turn? How do media and politics shape migration narratives from a gender perspective?