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Progressive migration

From otherness to togetherness: a genuinely two-way road towards migrant inclusion

By Hedwig Giusto / 17 December, 2019

Integration remains crucial not only if we wish to prevent tensions between newcomers and locals, but also if we aim to build inclusive and equal societies

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From superficial multiculturalism to a ‘pedagogy of productive diversity’

By Eugenia Arvanitis / 17 December, 2019

The fabrication of a new European citizenry comes about through the responsiveness to and inclusiveness of diversity.

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Defending borders does not require closed doors but corridors

By Paolo Morozzo della Rocca / 17 December, 2019

The reopening of legal entry corridors for work in Europe and greater freedom of movement for foreign workers would help EU economies and provide an alternative to the illegal people-trafficking markets

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Why we need a Global Compact on Migration

By Guy S Goodwin-Gill / 12 December, 2018

The Global Compact on Migration is about the better and more humane organisation of something which the sovereignty of individual States has failed to manage.

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Why not to sign the Global Compact given it addresses a crucial need?

By Anna Elisabetta Galeotti / 12 December, 2018

There are no good reasons not to subscribe the GC, namely only nationalistic ideology and short-term domestic political calculations.

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Migration: there are alternatives!

By Catherine Woollard / 10 December, 2018

Key amongst these alternatives are legal routes and regularisation as the paper emphasises.

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Migration for a new european asylum

By Gesine Schwan / 4 December, 2018

Some voters are pro-EU and wish to maintain the status quo. Others consider the crisis to be the result of excessive integration,

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My mother, a refugee

By Vytenis Andriukaitis / 28 October, 2018

Vytenis Andriukaitis, European Commissioner, tells us about his mother’s story as a refugee.

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“The left remains too often fixated on denouncing issues, without providing any creative solutions”

By Jean-Michel Lafleur / 28 October, 2018

An interview by Alain Bloëdt, with Jean-Michel Lafleur about how much nationalist parties have succeeded to frame the migration debate, while the left has remained too sluggish.

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Ignoring no more: Germany must face the challenge

By Sönke Schmidt / 28 October, 2018

The migration challenge became an issue over which politicians could fall but not prosper.

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