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   Books / eBook : European Anti-Discrimination and the Politics of Citizenship: Britain and France (Migration, Minorities and Citizenship)
European Anti-Discrimination and the Politics of Citizenship: Britain and France (Migration, Minorities and Citizenship)

European Anti-Discrimination and the Politics of Citizenship: Britain and France (Migration, Minorities and Citizenship) by C. Bertossi
English | Nov. 28, 2006 | ISBN: 1403993610 | 259 Pages | PDF | 1 MB
This book looks at transformations in citizenship politics in the EU Member States. It argues that the anti-discrimination agenda in the Treaty of Amsterdam has affected traditional patterns of national integration of ethnic minorities and migrants in Europe. Comparing France and Britain, it also looks at religious factors and Islam in Europe.

This book looks at transformations in citizenship politics in the EU Member States. It argues that the anti-discrimination agenda in the Treaty of Amsterdam has affected traditional patterns of national integration of ethnic minorities and migrants in Europe. Comparing France and Britain, it also looks at religious factors and Islam in Europe.
This book is the outcome of my stay at the Centre for Research in EthnicRelations (CRER), University of Warwick (UK) between 2001 and 2003.It would never have existed without the constant encouragements of itsDirector, Professor Daniele Joly, and my colleagues and friends at CRER:Professor John Rex, Dr Khursheed Wadia, Edgar Hassan, Mike McLeod,Dr Bob Carter, Sam Hundal, and Caroline Oakman. Professor CatherineWihtol de Wenden from the Centre d'Etudes et de RecherchesInternationales (Sciences Po in Paris) and Dr Khadija Mohsen-Finanfrom the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) furthersupported me, and provided me with thoughtful and always usefulcomments. In this process, I crossed paths with many others with whommy initial propositions were discussed, reformulated, and clarified,notably Professor Hideki Tarumoto (Hokkaido University), ProfessorMats Andren (Goteborg University), Professor Gunther Dietz (GrenadaUniversity), Professor Jean Bauberot (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes),and Jean-Michel Belorgey (Conseil d'Etat).

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