Type
Article
Title
The Changing Face of ‘Integration’ in a Mobile Europe
Volume
43
Number
1
Pages
53 - 58 p.
Abstract
EN
Amidst the rising tide of anti-immigration across all of Europe – which now includes Eastern and Southern Europeans as much as familiar targets such as Muslims or undocumented Africans – there has been little questioning of the dominant mainstream progressive response to the consequences of migration: that ‘integration’ is the best and most realistic solution for nations now having to accommodate the populations who have moved into or around Europe during the past two highly mobile decades of the 1990s and 2000s (...).
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