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Mobilisations des migrants en Europe : du national au transnational

Abstract : Transnational Solidarities of Migrants in Europe - A comparative study on the settlement of immigrants in different European countries emphasizes the " models " that each country develops as the way to deal with a minority group. These models based on each country's political traditions and its conception of nationhood and citizenship obviously has an effect upon immigrants, leading to their mobilization through the creation of voluntary associations. The result might be called the " nationalisation " of their political action. Projects for European Unity however, challenge the validity of these national models. In fact, migrants or minorities (the terminology varies from one country to another) are developping new networks based on their nationalily (actual or of origin), their religion or race in order to promote their political participation beyond national boundaries. Their aim is the search for representativity on a European level.
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Riva Kastoryano. Mobilisations des migrants en Europe : du national au transnational. Revue Europeenne des Migrations Internationales, Université de Poitiers, 1994, 10 (1), pp.169-181. ⟨hal-01016777⟩



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