Reconciling Migrants' Well-Being with the Public Interest: Welfare State, Firms & Citizenship in Transition
PUTTICK, Keith (2009) Reconciling Migrants' Well-Being with the Public Interest: Welfare State, Firms & Citizenship in Transition. Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, 23 (4). pp. 393-396. ISSN 1746-7632Full text not available from this repository.
Abstract or description
This review article considers the issues raised by a collection of papers published by the Council of Europe in a publication that forms part of a series 'Trends in Social Cohesion'. Collectively, the chapters examine a range of issues and challenges for migrants and host communities as part of the wider debate about 'integration' and the tensions between host communities' expectations and those of those of non-nationals. The publication comes particularly at a time when 'security' concerns have been fuelling tensions and insecurities, and residents and newer communities of people of foreign extraction are being portrayed in some sections of the media as a threat to the lifestyle of national populations. As the discussion highlights, other 'threats' focus on perceived cultural differences and mismatches, and have as a back-drop increased competition for scarce resources - jobs, housing, and social benefits.
|Subjects:||M100 Law by area
M900 Other in Law
|Depositing User:||Keith PUTTICK|
|Date Deposited:||27 Aug 2013 10:45|
|Last Modified:||27 Aug 2013 10:45|
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