The word kanyar in the creole language of La Réunion is communly used to point out delinquent person or outsiders. But this term also designs, in a broader sense, someone who is beyond the margins of the society – by birth, by condition, by choice. Thus, we find kanyars in all social classes. They might be our fellow citizens; now, we see more and more how stranded refugees are considered, for the sake of populism, as a non-legal, thus criminal element, as kanyars.
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