Immigration is the international movement of people to a destination country of which they are not natives or where they do not possess citizenship in order to settle as permanent residents or naturalized citizens. Commuters, tourists, and other short-term stays in a destination country do not fall under the definition of immigration or migration; seasonal labour immigration is sometimes included, however. As for economic effects, research suggests that migration is beneficial both to the receiving and sending countries. Research, with few exceptions, finds that immigration on average has positive economic effects on the native population, but is mixed as to …

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PILAR · 26 November 2022 English

The aim of this paper is to analyse how migration and the critique of the EU are associated and instrumentally referred to in populist claims of members of parliament (MPs). …

numerous myths (Pawlak 2018) and emotional anti-immigration statements (Frelak 2019) in public discourse only on the national level: We believe that immigration and refugee policy should remain in the hands

PILAR · 26 November 2022 English

As we have witnessed, such a fertile state of conflict was created by the destructive economic consequences of the Yugoslav disintegration crisis (1991—1995), the Global Financial Crisis (2008), the European …

rhet- oric moving towards inflammatory, anti-immigration speeches against “job-grab- bing” foreigners side offer and overstating the dangers that immigration poses on nativism and economic prospects in the for self-sufficiency under the banner of anti-immigration sentiment, progressive and liberal value backlash 2. Trade protectionism. 3. Immigration reduction or fully anti-immigration. 4. Individual and corporate in the EU countries is depicted through anti-immigration rhetoric and through the traditionalist older

PILAR · 26 November 2022 English

It ap- pears in the moment of the “crisis of the welfare state”, economic recession and un- employment, in the late 1970s (Faist 1994, 53-54). [...] Anti-migration in Serbia: the …

“culture”, which is today a central term in immigration debates (Yılmaz 2012, 369), has been a major and then managed to push the cultural- ized immigration debate into the center of political discourse” question of immigration” (Taguieff 1990, 116). These “cultural anxieties” about immigration are reflected important, especially if we have in mind that “the immigration debate has turned into a debate on Muslim immigrants Lazaridis and Puurunen 2016, 57). Although immigration has been traditionally the topic of the far-right

PILAR · 26 November 2022 English

Having all these aspects of family in Serbia, the aim of this paper is to analyze the initiative of LGBT organizations for the legalization of same-sex partnerships, the politics behind …

has very ‘“controver- sial”’ attitudes toward immigration, but also on the introduction of sex education

PILAR · 26 November 2022 English

For the purposes of this paper I choose the term LGBT move- ment, as it is how the object of the research, Law and Justice party, refers to it, and …

in CEE, “blame games” between countries, anti-immigration discourse. While analysing this proc- ess, Wodak

ELIAMEP · 24 November 2022 English

Even though the aim of managing the international environment remains the same, there some key shifts in the practice of NPD, including: the increasing involvement of non-state actors (NGOs, citizens …

crisis, development, prosperity, terrorism and immigration, where its role is extremely important. The Russian

Al Sharq Strategic Research · 24 November 2022 Turkish

Avrupa’nın önyargılı mülteci politikalarına ön ayak olabilecek coğrafi ve politik faktörleri inceleyen bu uzman görüşü ırk ve din gibi kültürel etmenlerin belirli mülteci gruplarına yönelik ayrıcalıklı muameleyi daha iyi açıkladığını …

22- See Davis, L. ve Deole, S. S., (2017). “Immigration and the Rise of Far-Right Parties in Europe,” Right-Wing Populism in Response to Unbalanced Immigration,” Hindawi Complexity, Article ID 1580526, ss

ESRI · 23 November 2022 English

long-term social-network effects due to increased immigration over the past 30 years and a generally positive increase, including the adoption of hostile immigration policies in the UK and the deal to externalise after-effects of the 2 There was a brief period of net immigration in the 1970s, but this reversed following labour-market Office, Immigration Statistics, year ending June 2022, Office, Immigration Statistics, year ending June 2022,

RSIS · 23 November 2022 English

This is especially so in and implementation and gives due this global crisis as the lockdown and recognition to the vulnerable groups closures of economies have shown and sectors that …

comprehensive dialogues on migra- under strain and anti-immigration sentiments are rising across tion and mobility

IPPR · 22 November 2022 English

apparatus, and relations with the rest of the world. [...] In the run-up to the EU referendum, immigration was the biggest issue on people’s minds, followed by the NHS, the economy and the Brexit debate the full details of the immigration system, there is a considerable body of work showing that voters are aware of and responsive to some of the core principles framing immigration policy.

Warming attitudes to immigration Institute for Public Policy Research A NEW CONSENSUS? HOW PUBLIC OPINION OPINION HAS WARMED TO IMMIGRATION Robert Ford and Marley Morris November 2022 ABOUT IPPR IPPR, the Institute ......................8 1. How attitudes to immigration have transformed ........................... ...........................9 Perceptions of immigration and the economic recovery .................. ......16 2. What the changing landscape for immigration politics means for Labour and the Conservatives

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