Making Migration Work - Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het ...

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Making Migration Work - Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het ...

labour migration from central and eastern europe and the implications for integration policy117new labour migration also require more official forms of integration policy. Inthe first place, that means providing housing (and to some extent educationalfacilities); it also means regulating and preventing social problems such ashomelessness and crime. The fact that eu labour migration is ‘permanentlytemporary’ in nature makes a review of traditional integration policy necessary.Because eu labour migrants are involved, the current remigration policy mustalso be reconsidered. Anyone studying the assimilation of labour migrants inDutch society will furthermore see that many of them have in fact managedto carve out a place for themselves on their own – entirely in line with currentintegration ideology.

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