The integration of migrants and refugees : an EUI forum on migration, citizenship and demography
BAUBÖCK, Rainer ; TRIPKOVIC, Milena (editor/s)
Florence : European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, 2017[Global Governance Programme], [GLOBALCIT]
BAUBÖCK, Rainer, TRIPKOVIC, Milena (editor/s), The integration of migrants and refugees : an EUI forum on migration, citizenship and demography, Florence : European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, 2017[Global Governance Programme], [GLOBALCIT] - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/45187
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This book addresses the challenges that the current migration and refugee crisis poses to the traditional integration mechanisms and processes employed by European countries. These challenges arise from the unprecedented number of migrants and refugees that have recently entered Europe; the mostly unregulated and uncontrolled nature of this new immigration; the burden that this puts on those European countries that have previously had very little experience with immigration and integration; the desire of immigrants and refugees to settle in specific countries; the security concerns that have arisen in the aftermath of terrorist attacks. The book explores the medium and long-term impact of these and other challenges on the debate and measurement of the success of immigrant integration. It covers four aspects of integration: (I) citizenship and legal statuses, (II) education, (III) labor market integration, (IV) cultural integration.
Table of Contents:
-- Preface, Rainer Bauböck and Milena Tripkovic p.1; -- The integration of migrants and refugees – A European synopsis, Rainer Münz p.7; -- SECTION 1: CITIZENSHIP AND LEGAL STATUSES p. 23; -- Citizenship and legal statuses in relation to the integration of migrants and refugees, Maarten Vink p.24; -- Citizenship, diversity and mobility, Kees Groenendijk p.48; -- Towards a life course perspective on naturalisation for refugees, Ines Michalowski p.51; -- Beyond the nation state? Glocal citizenship and its consequences for integration, Barbara Oomen p57; -- SECTION 2: EDUCATION p.61; -- No lost generation? Education for refugee children: A comparison between Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands and Turkey Maurice Crul, Elif Keskiner, Jens Schneider, Frans Lelie and Safoura Ghaeminia p. 62; -- Education opportunities for recently arrived migrants, Michael Teutsch p 80; -- SECTION 3: LABOUR MARKET INTEGRATION p. 87; Refugee and migrant labour market Integration: Europe in need of a new policy agenda, Klaus F. Zimmermann p. 88; -- Europe and the ‘refugee/migration crisis’: Starting points for policy debates about protection and integration, Martin Ruhs p. 101; -- ‘From refugees to workers’: What challenges?, Iván Martin p. 105; -- Where and when to start the integration process?, Alessandra Venturini p.109; -- SECTION 4: CULTURAL INTEGRATION p. 115; -- Integration and culture: From ‘communicative competence’ to ‘competence in plurality’, Ruth Wodak p.116; -- From Eastern Enlargement to Jihad: The double challenge for migrant integration in Europe, Anna Triandafyllidou p.138; -- The cultural integration of immigrants and refugees: shifting narratives and policies in the European Union, Tamas Szücs p. 144;
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/45187
Full-text via DOI: 10.2870/30835
Series/Number: [Global Governance Programme]; [GLOBALCIT]
Publisher: European University Institute
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