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Luis Cabrera's research explores ways to promote human rights protections through the gradual institutional transformation of the global system. His most recent book, The Practice of Global Citizenship (Cambridge University Press 2010), seeks to identify the universal human duties that correspond to individual economic and political rights. His theoretical claims were informed by extensive field work at sites of intense unauthorized immigration in the United States, Mexico, and Western Europe. The book received the 2011 Yale H. Ferguson Prize from the International Studies Association-Northeast.

In his first book, Political Theory of Global Justice (2004; paperback 2006), he argues for democratically accountable political integration above the state, up to some form of fully global government. His current book project, The Possibility of Global Political Community, locates best practices for suprastate democracy through giving fine-grained attention to democracy under conditions of deep diversity in such states as India, and within the European Union.

Since 2007, he has taught international ethics in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham (UK), where he also serves as an Associate Member of the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics. From 2002-07, he taught at Arizona State University.

Before turning to academics full time, he worked as a staff reporter for The Associated Press in Seattle (USA), covering criminal justice issues, politics, the anti-corporate-globalisation movement, the Seattle music scene, and the NBA Seattle SuperSonics.

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'An outstanding contribution to our understanding of cosmopolitanism, global justice, and human rights. Drawing on his rich and insightful field research among unauthorized immigrants and activists, Cabrera compellingly illuminates the myriad practices of global citizenship actively taking shape within the current international system.' Patrick Hayden, University of St Andrews

'A challenging, innovative account of the responsibilities and practice of global citizenship. An excellent and important book for anyone interested in cosmopolitanism, immigration, global justice, or the institutional transformations that would yield vast improvements for so many who suffer needlessly under our current arrangements.' Gillian Brock, University of Auckland

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A true global citizen should contribute directly to human rights protections and advocate rights-enhancing political integration between states. Luis Cabrera blends a careful moral argument with gripping stories of the struggles of unauthorized immigrants, activists seeking to protect their rights, and the 'Minutemen' activists who strive to keep them out.

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