European Immigration Policy by Sami Nair (Eds.)

By Sami Nair (Eds.)

Eu Immigration coverage is dedicated to the issues of minorities and immigrants in the eu neighborhood. It contains many papers drawn from the Strasbourg convention of December 1990. An introductory paper argues the matter of immigration as neither prevention nor relief, yet of acceptable improvement making plans for the South and the political administration of the migrations which needs to ensue mostly end result of the fiscal necessities of the group itself. additional essays speak about the placement of immigrant and migrant peoples locally, modern immigrant and nationality regulations, Christianity and immigration, Spain's unlawful immigrants, and the mixing or marginalization of immigrants in French society

Show description

Read or Download European Immigration Policy PDF

Similar emigration & immigration books

The Europeanization of Migration Policy: The Schengen Acquis between the Priorities of Legal Harmonization and Fragmentation

The legislative dynamic within the post-Amsterdam period is more and more difficult the Schengen Acquis because it results in either felony harmonization and fragmentation. SIS, EURODAC, Prüm and, extra lately, VIS have replaced Europe’s legislations enforcement specialists significantly. notwithstanding, it truly is questionable even if the fragmented criminal harmonization promises enough compensatory measures in gentle of the expanding foreign legal hyperlinks and illicit migration in the Schengen nations.

Replenished Ethnicity: Mexican Americans, Immigration, and Identity

Not like the wave of immigration that got here via Ellis Island after which subsided, immigration to the USA from Mexico has been almost uninterrupted for 100 years. during this vividly specific e-book, Tomás R. Jiménez takes us into the lives of later-generation descendents of Mexican immigrants, soliciting for the 1st time how this consistent inflow of immigrants from their ethnic place of origin has formed their assimilation.

Voyage to North America, 1844-45: Prince Carl of Solms’ Texas Diary of People, Places, and Events

The most important unmarried immigration of Germans to the us, and the main strange, happened in Texas round the heart of the 19th century. The association shaped to direct this German colonization of Texas turned popularly often called the Adelsverein (The Society of Noblemen). the major determine during this cost was once Carl, Prince of Solms-Braunfel, appointed Commissioner-General by way of the Adelsverein.

Another America: The Story of Liberia and the Former Slaves Who Ruled It

The 1st well known background of the previous American slaves who based, governed, and misplaced Africa's first republicIn 1820, a gaggle of approximately 80 African american citizens reversed the process background and sailed again to Africa, to a spot they'd identify after liberty itself. They went less than the banner of the yank Colonization Society, a white philanthropic association with a twin time table: to rid the US of its blacks, and to transform Africans to Christianity.

Additional info for European Immigration Policy

Sample text

He stressed that the Commission was particularly interested in the putting into practice of the single market as regards the 'free movement of people, the necessary and tangible proof for European citizens, at the moment when other walls are coming down, of the disappearance of frontiers and our membership of a common geographical and cultural PETER LEUPRECHT 53 entity. This involves increased collaboration between ministers responsible for immigration, but also, as the European Council has demanded, the drawing up of conventions on the right of asylum and the crossing of external borders.

This is a fundamental principle, and doubtless expresses crucial characteristics of modernity. Why, therefore, has it never been applied to the Third World? Why does Europe support dictatorial regimes in the Third World? The answer is clear: so that these regimes practise a policy of 'liberalism'. Take for example Europe's weak financial support for African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries. Here, it is above all the World Bank and the IMF who offer financial 'support'. Their conditions, however, especially regarding budgetary orthodoxy, have made social upheavals and hunger riots the norm.

Discrimination is inevitable as long as national identity remains the criterion upon which citizens' rights are based, even in the socio-economic area. However, inequalities would no longer be justified if rights were based upon legal residence. This risk of unequal treatment could also arise as regards fundamental social rights, and there is a risk of 'communitarising' a widespread secular national attitude, and introducing the condition of nationality into law, irrespective of whether public order or the security of the state or of the citizen were involved.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.06 of 5 – based on 37 votes