Shared Challenges and Opportunities for EU and US Immigration Policymakers
Title: Shared Challenges and Opportunities for EU and US Immigration Policymakers
Citation: Florence, European University Institute/Washington, Migration Policy Institute, 2011
Series/Report no.: EU-US Immigration Systems; 2011/20; Final Report
External link: http://www.eui.eu/Projects/TransatlanticProject/Home.aspx
In the final report of the project “Improving EU and US Immigration Systems' Capacity for Responding to Global Challenges: Learning from experiences”, Shared Challenges and Opportunities for EU and US Immigration Policymakers, authors Philippe Fargues, Demetrios G. Papademetriou, Giambattista Salinari, and Madeleine Sumption summarize and reflect upon the key findings of the project’s research papers and policy briefs. The report highlights the lessons to be learned from both similar and divergent experiences on either side of the Atlantic, sketching opportunities for future reform, as well as ways in which the European Union and the United States could improve their cooperative relationship. This review took place within the context of substantial uncertainties arising from the economic, jobs, and fiscal crises and, in the case of Europe, from political upheaval in the Arab world. It must also be seen in the context of ongoing institutional, economic, and demographic changes, as well as governments’ growing recognition that deeper cooperation with both sending and receiving countries are crucial to the effective management of migration.
Table of Contents:
Introduction 1 Learning from Experience 2 I. Addressing the Impacts of Demographic Change and Economic Competitiveness 3 Immigration and the Demographic Challenge 6 II. Immigrant Integration, Employment, and Social Cohesion 8 Immigration and Social Cohesion 9 III. Border Management and Security 11 IV. Development and Cooperation with Sending Countries 14 Migration and Development 16 V. Humanitarian Protection 18 VI. Transatlantic Cooperation on International Migration 19 Works Cited 21 About the Project 23 About the Authors 24
Improving EU and US Immigration Systems' Capacity for Responding to Global Challenges: Learning from experiences; This report was produced for Pilot Projects on Trans-atlantic Methods for Handling Global Challenges in the European Union and the United States, a project funded by the European Commission. The project is conducted jointly by the European University Institute (EUI) and the Migration Policy Institute (MPI). The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the authors and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
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