Preventing Illegal Immigration : Juggling Economic Imperatives, Political Risks and Individual Rights (2004)
Immigration flows in Europe: an objectively controllable situation
What is illegal migration?
Organised trafficking in human beings
Strict control of entries and measures to deter settlement: a strategy of policing foreigners rather than an immigration policy
New provisions recently adopted or under discussion
The effects of enlargement in eastern Europe: EU requirements
Community policy on asylum reaches an impasse
The foreseeable risks
Closure of and controlled access to the labour market
The pragmatic management of temporary labour immigration
Persistence of illegality and new illegal practices on the labour market
The desire for control, market needs and demographic forecasts
The challenges of a new form of north-south co-operation: how are we to avoid depriving
the countries of the south of their vital forces?
The challenges of development: growth, equal treatment and the rule of law
By way of conclusion
- Exclusivité web !