Description (short summary): This article deals with the uses of the Internet - in particular discussion lists - in the Education Without Borders Network (RÃ©seau Ã‰ducation sans FrontiÃ¨res, RESF), a network dedicated to supporting illegal migrants (â€˜sans-papiersâ€™). These uses are closely connected to the kind of activism at work within RESF, a solidarity activism based on sponsorship and which enables a bottom-up integration of the â€˜sans-papiersâ€™.
Finally, this prevalence of support raises the issue of the relation between information and communications technology (ICT) and politics of representation.
Number of pages: 23
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Nature of documentation: Article