10 Apr 2006

The Nexus between Immigration, Integration and Citizenship in the EU

Joanna Apap / Leonard F.M. Besselink / Gerard-René de Groot / Kees Groenendijk / Jan Niessen / Elspeth Guild / Sergio Carrera / Sandra Pratt

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CHALLENGE Collective Conference Volume / 65 pages

What is the nexus between immigration, integration and citizenship in the EU, and what are the effects emerging from that relationship? The papers presented at the CHALLENGE seminar of 25 January 2006 addressed these questions and offered an overview of the main trends, issues, uncertainties and vulnerabilities surrounding these contested issues.

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