Tristan Bruslé

Tristan Bruslé is a geographer at the National Centre for Scientific Research in France. His research focuses on Nepali labour migration in India and in the Gulf countries. He has studied issues related to daily life in labour camps, access to the labour market and migration processes.

Dubai’s ‘in-between’ Southasians

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