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This highly original book provides an innovative analysis of EU migration and asylum law and its interplay with equality issues in order to assess the current integration framework for third-country nationals and to explore future scenarios in the European Context.
Integration for Third-Country Nationals in the European Union focuses on the nexus between non-discrimination based on nationality and race, and the equality clauses covering different categories of regularly residing third-country nationals within EU law. It highlights the extent to which social rights that have been formally promised to non-EU citizens are enjoyed in practice. The contributing authors - who are both academics and practitioners - also consider the link between secure residence and equal treatment, highlighting on the implementation of EU Policies in aselection of Member States. Using socio-legal and comparative methods, this study provides an overview of the models of integration and social cohesion shaped by European and national actors in order to profile the present fragmented structure of European society and to discuss future possibilities.
Academics, practitioners, and students interested in EU law and migration studies will find this enriching book invaluable.
Integration for Third-Country Nationals in the European Union: The Equality Challenge
Madeline Garlick, Stephen Davis and Adriano Silvestri
Introduction: Integration for Third-Country Nationals in the EU - the Challenge of Equality
PART I: FRAMEWORK CHAPTERS
1. The Evolution of the Concept of Union Citizenship after the Lisbon Treaty
2. The Equality Clauses in the EU Directives on Non-discrimination and Migration/Asylum
Sonia Morano-Foadi and Karin de Vries
3. Integration Policy at European Union Level
Micaela Malena and Sonia Morano-Foadi
PART II-1: ASYLUM-SEEKERS AND REFUGEES: CASE STUDIES ON THE UK, ITALY AND GREECE
4. Inequality for Asylum-Seekers and People Entitled to Protection in the European Union
Madeline V. Garlick
5. The United Kingdom's Implementation of the EU Asylum-Seekers' Reception Directive
6. Refugee Integration in Italy: Shortcomings and Future Scenarios
7. Equal Before the Law? The Case of Asylum Procedures and Detention of Asylum-Seekers in Greece
Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi
PART II-2: ECONOMIC MIGRANTS AND LONG-TERM RESIDENTS: CASE STUDIES ON BELGIUM, GERMANY, SPAIN, THE SCANDINAVIAN COUNTRIES AND THE UK
8. Third-Country Nationals, Integration and Access to Employment and Occupation under EU Law
9. Care, Labour and Migration Policies in Germany: Implications for the Rights of Migrant Domestic and Care Workers
10. Immigration Policies in Finland: Economic Marginalisation and the Residence-based Welfare Regime's Support for Humanitarian Migrants
Aino Saarinen in collaboration with Susanna Mehtonen
11. The EU Researcher Directive and its Implementation in German Immigration Law
12. Long-term Residents' Integration in Spain at a Crossroads: Rights-based Approach or Downhill Towards Restrictiveness?
Diego Acosta Arcarazo
13. Access to Employment and Occupation in Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom
PART III-3: FAMILY MEMBERS: CASE STUDIES ON GERMANY, THE NETHERLANDS AND SPAIN
14. Inequalities of Family Members of EEA and non-EEA Nationals: 'Integration' and Barriers to Family Reunification in the Post-Lisbon Era
Keith Puttick and Cordelia Carlitz
15. Language Skills as a Requirement for Family Reunification of Spouses in Germany: Respecting Respect for Family Life?
16. The Dutch Act on Integration Abroad: A Case of Racial or Ethnic Discrimination?
Karin de Vries
17. The Adaptation of Spanish Law on Family Reunification to International and European Law
Carmen Perez Gonzalez
Sonia Morano-Foadi and Micaela Malena