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(English) Unaccompanied minors and social service: the 2011 North Africa Emergency in Italy (Italiano) Minori stranieri non accompagnati e intervento sociale: l’Emergenza Nord Africa 2011

  • Marco Accorinti

(English) The essay analyzes the policies for migrants with a specific focus of the measures planned for unaccompanied minors from North Africa. It describes the evolution of the organization of assistance and social protection in Italy and the main phases of management ENA 2011. In the conclusions some lines of social policy are described. (Italiano) Il saggio analizza le politiche per i migranti avendo una attenzione specifica agli interventi previsti per minori non accompagnati provenienti dal Nord Africa. Si descrive l’evoluzione dell’organizzazione di assistenza e tutela in Italia e le principali fasi evolutive della gestione dell’ENA 2011, indicando in conclusione alcune linee di policy.

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Paper provided by National Research Council, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies in its series IRPPS Working Papers with number 52:2013.

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Date of creation: 2013
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Handle: RePEc:cnz:wpaper:52:2013
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