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7th-11th September 2015 – 2015 International Metropolis Conference “Migrants: Key Players in the 21st Century”

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The Ismu Foundation will be at the 2015 Metropolis Conference with the volume “Migration: energy for the planet feeding cultures. Outcomes of the 2014 International Metropolis Conference” and through the activation of specific workshops . Palacio de Minerìa, Mexico City Programme on the official Metropolis 2015 website

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MIPEX – presented the final results of the Migrant Integration Policy Index of the Extra-EU population

By   /  July 22, 2015  /  PROJECTS  /  Comments Off

On June 30th, in Brussels, were presented the results of the research project ‘MIPEX 2015 Migrant Integration Policy Index’ . The study compared the policies in the fields of immigration and migrant integration across 38 countries. The research included all the European Union countries, plus Australia, Canada, Iceland, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, South Korea, Switzerland, […]

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Immigration and Sustainability in Welfare Policies

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This fact sheet, by Veronica Merotta, aims to analyse the trends and the perception of the evolving Italian welfare system, as it is increasingly more confronted with a structural and rooted presence of immigrants. The report first describes the general concerns of the Italian citizens over the future sustainability of the current Welfare system. Then, […]

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“Migration: energy for the planet feeding cultures. Outcomes of the 2014 International Metropolis Conference”

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“Migration: energy for the planet feeding cultures. Outcomes of the 2014 International Metropolis Conference” The book presents the main results of the 2014 Metropolis Conference, organized by the Ismu Foundation from the 3rd to 7th November 2014. The volume describes the main issues dealt with during the Conference and their relevance for the current debate […]

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“The Diversity Value. How to Reinvent the European Approach to Immigration”

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The European approach to immigration is traditionally characterized by a sort of “schizophrenia”, generated by the attempt to keep together two contradictory philosophies: the “economicistic” philosophy on which the system of entry (and stay) is regulated and the philosophy of solidarity and equal opportunities. To overcome this paradox, three major changes are necessary, which constitute […]

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