migration, minorities and citizenship

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1. 1. Historical perspectives

1.1. previously: church arranged now: state

1.2. 18e -19e: equality

1.3. definition of foreigner

1.4. migration changes: two prerequisites

1.5. passport problems

1.6. specified borders - WOI and WOII

1.7. 1990: undocumented migration

1.8. different factors

1.9. 1920: mainly Italians and Eastern Europeans as guest workers - industry and mining sector

1.10. 1930: tightening of migration legislation: work permit

1.11. 1950: industry looks for labour mainly from Greece and Italy - Italy: high unemployment

1.12. 1970: economic problems: Belgium thinks migrants are returning

2. 2. Migrant groups- populations

2.1. why people leave their homeland

2.2. migration continues to increase

2.3. two types of migration

2.4. drastic step

2.5. choice

3. 3. Conflicts and emergencies

3.1. planned of forced migration

3.2. internationalised conflicts - longest in India

3.3. inequality and conflict- movements

3.4. media increases attention

4. 4. Impact

4.1. personal opportunities and choices

4.2. gains and disadvantages of migration

4.3. migration - permanent?

5. 5. Theories

5.1. study of migration interdisciplinary

5.2. some disciplines

5.3. six theory groups

5.4. combination of rational choice, migrant network and capitalist economic system

5.5. one of the founders is a German-English geographer: Ravenstein - migration laws

6. 6. Types of migration

6.1. CHILD MIGRATION - children rights - unavoidable risks - 1.2 million children per year

6.2. HUMAN TRAFFICKING - the difference is consent - smuggling and trafficking of human beings

6.3. MIGRANT DOMESTIC WORKERS

6.4. RETURN MIGRATION - lack of literature on voluntary refugees

7. 7. Cosmopolitan citizenship

7.1. global mobility

7.2. access to basic and fundamental rights

7.3. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

7.4. mobility: privelege and enequal distribution

7.5. border controls: strengthening inequalities

8. 8. Implications social work

8.1. policies are important for all citizens

8.2. search for new forms of guidance and cooperation

8.3. old-fashioned view on migration

9. 9. Country policies

9.1. conditions for entry into country

9.2. immigration policy

9.3. involvement in policy implementation - integration

9.4. 'the inverted glasses - threat and victim'

9.5. AMIF: asylum migration and integration

10. 10. Practice in communities

10.1. integration

10.2. diversity training

10.3. xenophobia

11. 11. Administration

11.1. the role of administrators -programme developpers

11.2. implement effective guidelines

11.3. colloboration

11.4. disproptionate use of regular social service

12. 12. Services

12.1. four- component frame Lum's

13. 13. Academia

13.1. gap between academic and services

13.2. labour force - human migration

13.3. transnational mobility

13.4. tool