Migration and Integration

Caritas Europa publie une nouvelle publication sur les obstacles à l'intégration des migrants dans les sociétés européennes

Une nouvelle publication de Caritas Europa analyse les obstacles existants qui empêchent des millions de migrants de s'intégrer dans les sociétés européennes. Ces entraves, qui contribuent à leur exclusion, peuvent être culturelles, structurelles et socio-économiques.

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Migration and Integration

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Migrant rights

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2017

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46 pages

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Caritas Europa issues a new publication discussing the barriers for migrants to integrate into European societies

A new publication by Caritas Europa analyses the existing barriers that prevent millions of migrants to integrate into European societies. These hindrances, which contribute to their exclusion, can be cultural, structural and socio-economic. However, Cartias Europa includes in this publication 21 best practices from 13 countries across Europe that show that these barriers can be overcome, and also lists a series of specific recommendations targeting each barrier and an exhaustive list recommendations to national governments aiming at breaking down these barriers.

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English

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Migration and Integration
Migrant Rights

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Migrant rights

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2017

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46 pages

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Cécile Riallant: “Migration has not been governed by any proper international instrument”

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The Programme Manager of the UNDP Joint Migration & Development Initiative (JMDI), Cécile Riallant, presents the future Global Compact for Migration in an interview with Platforma 4Dev. Riallant believes that there is “something missing” within the international framework when it comes to deal with migration. She stresses that the current migration context makes it more necessary for the international community to develop the proper tools to manage these movements in a “comprehensive long-term vision”.

 

 

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