European Policy Actions Laboratory EUPAL
The EUPAL Laboratory will look at the policy actions that the Government of the country of origin or of destination implement or could implement to favor a successful migration project for the migrant, the citizen of the destination countries and the origin society. The students will become knowledgeable about the multifaceted effects of migration and the different policies which are implemented.
The final manual guide, which has been prepared in the course of three academic years, is published in the section Manual Guide.
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- Garcés-Mascareñas B. and R. Penninx (eds), 2016, Integration processes and policies in Europe. Contexts, levels and actors. Springer.
- Scholten P., 2016, Between National Models and Multi-Level Decoupling: The Pursuit of Multi-Level Governance in Dutch and UK Policies Towards Migrant Incorporation, Journal of International Migration and Integration, Volume 17, Issue 4.
- Campomori F. and T. Caponio, 2016, Immigrant integration policy-making in Italy. Regional policies in a multi-level governance perspective, International Review of Administrative Science, Volume 7.