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Books and Reports

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Chapter ‘Tackling Gender Inequality in Public Space: Sustainability in Governance and Design’
In Unfolding Dilemmas of
Urban Public Spaces

Maria Angeli and Emma Hill

Published September 2020

JPI Urban Europe

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Chapter ‘Multilingual Citizens, Multicultural Citizenship? Somali People’s Experiences of Language, Race and Belonging in Contemporary Scotland’
In Multilingualism and Politics: Revisiting Multilingual Citizenship

Emma Hill 

Published August 2020

Palgrave Macmillan

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Chapter ‘Ethnic Minorities and Political Citizenship in Scotland’
In The Oxford Handbook of Scottish Politics

Nasar Meer and Emma Hill

Published August 2020

Oxford University Press

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Imprenditori senza frontiere. Le migrazioni come fattore di sviluppo
[Entrepreneurs without borders. Migration as a development factor]

Claudio Di Maio and Raffaele Torino

Published March 2020

Roma Tre-Press


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