Migration

"Migrants have flooded into Slovenia since Hungary closed its border with Serbia to people making arduous treks across Europe in September and clamped down on its border with  Croatia on Saturday. Since then, 21,500 people have entered Slovenia from Croatia, with many thousands more on the way."

With a significant slowdown in the surge of migrants streaming across the Southwest border, it stands to reason that the number of deaths among those braving the crippling heat of Arizona’s desert frontier with Mexico would also decline. But it didn't. In fact, even more people died attempting the perilous crossing: 117 bodies have been recovered along migration routes in southern Arizona since Jan. 1, compared with 108 bodies during the same period last year. What happened?

After weeks of warnings about the dangers involved in Europe’s migrant influx, and fears about winter’s arrival, the worries of public officials and humanitarian groups were realized on Monday when thousands of asylum seekers, many of them families with small children, began to back up at crossings and were stranded in a chilly rain.

“We can’t welcome everybody,” a Bavarian-based newspaper wrote recently. Crowding thousands of people from different cultures into tents and hoping that they follow German customs was simply irresponsible. There were 1,000 criminal acts, 2,000 police interventions and 3,000 injuries over a two-week period alone. All this self-congratulatory talk of hospitality had to stop.

Stepping up European attempts to clear away hundreds of thousands of migrants whose asylum claims have been denied, E.U. leaders early Friday bolstered the powers of the pan-E.U. border agency to deport people.

De Hart discute de ces formes de régulation du sexe, des relations et des mariages entre les groupes qui ont été considérés comme mélangés sur le plan de la race ou de l'ethnie. Elle fournit des exemples historiques, tels que les mesures contre les «Negrocabarets» et contre les mariages néerlandais-chinois dans les années 1930.

De Hart discusses these forms of regulation of sex, relationships and marriages between groups that were considered ‘racially’ or ‘ethnically’ mixed. She provides historical examples, such as the measures against ‘Negrocabarets’ and against Dutch-Chinese marriages, both in the 1930s.

L'article traite du système de points (Points Based System - PBS) pour l'immigration, le comparant aux tests du gouvernement. Il examine la mise en œuvre du PBS et les cinq niveaux relatifs aux travailleurs migrants hautement qualifiés, travailleurs qualifiés, travailleurs non qualifiés, étudiants et travailleurs temporaires et la mobilité des jeunes. Il considère le raisonnement derrière le PBS et regarde si le système fonctionne pour la Grande-Bretagne. Il note les problèmes découlant de l'absence d'accent sur l'égalité.

Discusses the points based system (PBS) for immigration, comparing it to the Government's own tests. Examines the implementation of the PBS and the five tiers relating to highly-skilled migrants, skilled workers, unskilled workers, students, and temporary workers and youth mobility. Considers the reasoning behind the PBS and looks at whether the system works for Britain. Notes problems arising from the lack of focus on equality.

Ce document propose une perspective critique sur la façon dont contrôle de l'immigration régit la vie de la famille des résidents britanniques et des descendants d'immigrants. L'immigration familiale est problématique pour un gouvernement déterminé à limiter l'immigration à long terme aux travailleurs qualifiés.

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