The Governance of New Immigrants Inflow: from Emergency Management to Social Inclusion Policies. The Case Study of the Municipality of Rome
Recent studies and events on immigration highlight the strategic importance of an immigration management. The paper aims at emphasizing that a possible solution is to adopt a multilevel governance perspective which focuses on the main actors and processes involved in the immigration management. Starting from the structural characteristics of this phenomenon with its long-term implications, the paper reviews the relevant literature and analyses the legislation context, giving a detailed picture of the current situation in the area of the Municipality of Rome. We underline the roles played by actors at the central and the local organizational level. Particular attention is given to their areas of intervention. Our results show the existence of overlapping and/or missing actions at the central level, while an important role is played by NGOs.
Volume (Year): 3 (2009)
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