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XXII ISMU Report on Migrations 2016

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On December 1st, the Twenty-second ISMU Report on Migrations 2016 has been presented in Milan, at the Congress Centre of Fondazione Cariplo. The volume has been written by ISMU Foundation (Initiatives and Studies on Multi-ethnicity). Read Acts of the conference here In the Twenty-second report, ISMU Foundation highlights how the migratory phenomena and the complex […]

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Migrant Integration in Sweden. Main Emerging Issues from the Fieldwork

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Paper by Veronica Riniolo Sweden is currently undergoing crucial changes, such as the growing support for its populist and far-right party (Sweden Democrats), the diffusion of ‘welfare chauvinism’, according to which some categories of citizens are not entitled to receive support from the state, the big reform in 2010 regarding the introduction of newly arrived […]

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Reshaping the External Dimension of EU Asylum Policy: the Difficult Quest for a Comprehensive Approach

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Paper by Roberto Cortinovis The increasingly protracted character of many displacement situations worldwide has led the international community to introduce innovative approaches to durable solutions for refugees and Internally displaced persons (IDPs). Specifically, international initiatives have focused on two main areas of action: a) strengthening the nexus between humanitarian and development interventions in the context […]

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The consistency of the link between EU scepticism and immigration issues. A descriptive analysis of party positions

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By Pierre Georges Van Wolleghem The Brexit referendum marked a no-return point in the history of the European construction. First member state ever to leave the Union, the UK was the theatre of a fierce campaign opposing positions on immigration to economic interests. Now that the anti-immigration camp seems to have won the game, this […]

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The Role of Caregivers in the Italian Welfare System

By   /  October 6, 2016  /  PUBLICATIONS  /  Comments Off

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by Veronica Merotta Over the recent years caregivers have become increasingly important in the Italian society in meeting the growing family demand for care that public administrations often underestimate or even neglect. Historically, the Italian welfare system has always approached the issue of a growing population mainly by funding the pension system, at the expenses […]

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