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, disenfranchisement, enslavement, ethnic cleansing, the forced removal of children from their families, genocide, homophobia, human trafficking, imperialism, internment, lynching, miscegenation prohibitions, misogyny, pogroms, purges, racism, segregation, sexism, sexual violence, sterilization, torture and wars of extermination. Misrecognition hinges on perception of difference, no matter how

in Recognition and Global Politics
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An act of queering citizenship

the potential to be a strategy of resistance against dominant paradigms of identity, particularly in relation to how performance art allows for a space in which queer Latina/​o subcultures can resist the racism and homophobia implicit in hegemonic norms. As he puts it, ‘Disidentification is a strategy that resists a conception of power as being a fixed discourse. Disidentification negotiates strategies of resistance within the flux of discourse and power’.48 As a strategy of resistance, disidentification does not function as a counter-​stance; that is, it is not a

in Crossing borders and queering citizenship
Policy rethinking in opposition

cut aid in response to homophobia, oppression of women, abuse of human rights, corruption or absence of democratisation (McNeill and Small, 2014 ). Several Shadow Secretaries of State – Lewis, Murphy, Abbott and Osamor – all endorsed at least some forms of conditionality. Lewis grappled with the issue most directly, arguing for ‘greater up-front conditionality in relation to human rights and corruption’ (Lewis, 2013a ). Indeed, Lewis argued that the UK should withdraw budget support for Rwanda in the wake of the UN report into eastern Congo, a move that was met

in Britain and Africa in the twenty-first century

Chávez helped found the National Farm Workers Association. However, as it progressed, the Chicano movement also ‘ignited a political debate between Chicanas and Chicanos based on the internal gender contradictions prevalent within El Movimiento’.10 This pattern was also reflected in the literature of the movement. Early Chicano movement literature, while playing an important role in the Chicano national psyche and championing Chicano rights, tended to reproduce other social inequalities such as misogyny and homophobia. The literature of the Chicano movement, sometimes

in Crossing borders and queering citizenship