Recent publications, 25 June 2017
Merkle, O., Reinold, J., Siegel, M. (2017). A Study on the Link between Corruption and the Causes of Migration and Forced Displacement. Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
Halvorsen, R. et al. (Eds.) (2017). The Changing Disability Policy System. Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 1. Routledge.
Vink, M. (2017). Citizenship and Legal Statuses in Relation to the Integration of Migrants and Refugees. In R. Bauböck and M. Tripkovic, eds. The Integration of Migrants and Refugees. European University Institute, pp. 24-46.
Vink M., Prokic-Breuer T., Dronkers J. (2017). Access to Citizenship and the Role of Origin Countries. In A. Weinar, A. Unterreiner, P. Fargues, eds. Migrant Integration Between Homeland and Host Society Volume 1: Where does the country of origin fit? Springer International Publishing, pp. 201-224.
Reslow, N. (2017). Not everything that counts can be counted”: Assessing ‘success’ of EU external migration policy. International Migration (forthcoming).
Haagsman, K. (2017). Do Transnational Child-Raising Arrangements Affect Job Outcomes of Migrant Parents? Comparing Angolan Parents in Transnational and NonTransnational Families in the Netherlands. Journal of Family Issues (forthcoming).
A recently published book in the series Routledge Advances in Disability Studies includes a chapter by Macimide member, Professor Lisa Waddington. Professor Waddington’s chapter is entitled “The potential for, and Barriers to, the Exercise of Active EU Citizenship by People with Disabilities: The Right to Free Movement”, and is included in the book edited by Rune Halvorsen,Bjørn Hvinden , Jerome Bickenbach, Delia Ferri and Ana Marta Guillén Rodriguez, The Changing Disability Policy System, Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe, Volume 1, Routledge, 2017 at pages 196-214. The chapter explores the possibilities for, and barriers to, the right of free movement experienced by people with disabilities. The chapter also examines proposals to reduce or eliminate the identified barriers which have been put forward in reports and studies by Disabled Persons’ Organisations, academics and the European Commission, before reaching some conclusions.
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