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Mainstreaming integration governance : new trends in migrant integration policies in Europe

Author: Peter Scholten; I van Breugel
Publisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
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This text provides a critical analysis of mainstreaming as one of the major contemporary trends in immigrant integration governance in Europe. Bringing together unique empirical material and theoretical insights on mainstreaming, it examines how, why and to what effect immigrant integration is mainstreamed. In the context of the rise and fall of multiculturalism across various European countries, it explores how  Read more...
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Mainstreaming integration governance.
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
(DLC) 2017946482
(OCoLC)1006467780
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Scholten; I van Breugel
ISBN: 9783319592770 3319592777
OCLC Number: 1000451350
Description: 1 online resource (263 pages)
Contents: Conceptualizing mainstreaming in integration governance / Peter Scholten and Ilona van Breugel --
Mainstreaming and redefining the immigrant integration debate in old migration countries : a case study of France, the UK, and the Netherlands / Patrick Simon and Mélodie Beaujeu --
Mainstreaming by accident in the new-migration countries : the role of NGOs in Spain and Poland / Ignacy Jóźwiak, María Sánchez-Domínguez, and Daniel Sorando --
Immigrant integration mainstreaming at the city level / Ole Jensen --
Immigrant integration mainstreaming at the EU level / Elizabeth Collett, Helen McCarthy, and Meghan Benton --
The politics of mainstreaming : the rationale behind mainstreaming / Ilona van Breugel and Peter Scholten --
Mainstreaming in practice : the efficiencies and deficiencies of mainstreaming for street-level bureaucrats / Ben Gidley, Peter Scholten, and Ilona van Breugel --
The dilution of the ultimate goal? : lessons from gender mainstreaming / Petra Meier --
Mainstreaming and interculturalism's elective affinity / Ricard Zapata-Barrero --
Mainstreaming and superdiversity : beyond more integration / Fran Meissner --
Conclusions / Peter Scholten ans Ilona van Breugel --
Afterword : mainstreaming, classification, and language / Dvora Yanow. Part I: Introduction; Chapter 1: Introduction: Conceptualizing Mainstreaming in Integration Governance; Background; Conceptualizing Mainstreaming; Mainstreaming in Other Policy Fields; Targeting in Immigrant Integration Governance; Contemporary Challenges to Immigrant Integration Governance; Polycentric Governance; Mainstreaming in Immigrant Integration Governance; Outline of the Book; Note; References; Part II: Empirical Chapters; Chapter 2: Mainstreaming and Redefining the Immigrant Integration Debate in Old Migration Countries: A Case Study of France, the UK and the Netherlands. IntroductionThe Framing of Integration Policies in 'Old Immigration Countries'; The UK; France; The Netherlands; Who Is to Be 'Mainstreamed'? The Issue of Categorization; Conclusion: Mainstreaming at the Expense of Integration; Notes; References; Chapter 3: Mainstreaming by Accident in the New-ƯMigration Countries: The Role of NGOs in Spain and Poland; Introduction; The Impact of International Migration in Poland and Spain; Migrant Integration Policies in Poland and Spain; The Effects of Dependency on NGOs for Immigrant Integration; Consequences of Education; Consequences on Social Cohesion. Conclusions: Mainstreaming Happens Notes; References; Chapter 4: Immigrant Integration Mainstreaming at the City Level; Introduction; Cities and Diversity; National and Local Policy Frames; Proxy Strategies; Diversity Proofing; Conclusions; Notes; References; Chapter 5: Immigrant Integration Mainstreaming at the EU Level; Introduction; Mainstreaming Integration Policy Across the European Commission; Tools to Promote Mainstreaming; Funding; The Migration Funds; European Social Fund; Other Funds; Remaining Challenges; Guidance; European Semester; Networks; Legislation. The Impact of the Refugee CrisisConclusions; Notes; References; Chapter 6: The Politics of Mainstreaming: The Rationale Behind Mainstreaming; Searching for the Rationale Behind Mainstreaming; How? Tracing the Process That Leads to Mainstreaming (or Not); Why? Accounting for Why Mainstreaming Did (or Did Not) Take Place; Mainstreaming Immigrant Integration Across Europe; Comparing Mainstreaming Processes; Framing: Equality at the National Level, Superdiversity at the Local Level; Actors: EU and National Politics as Driving Actors Behind Mainstreaming. Decision Moments: Mainstreaming in the Context of Austerity and Ethnic DataFocus Events: Impact on Policy in General But Not on Mainstreaming Per Se; Explaining Mainstreaming; Problem Setting: Problem Developments Spur Mainstreaming Only at the Local Level; Policy Context: Mainstreaming in the Context of Austerity and Retrenchment; Political Stream: Politicization as a Motor for Mainstreaming at the National Level; Conclusions; Discrepancy Between National and Local Mainstreaming; Mainstreaming and Proxy Policies; Incomplete Mainstreaming; Notes; References; Chapter 7: Mainstreaming in Practice: The Efficiencies and Deficiencies of Mainstreaming for Street-Level Bureaucrats.
Responsibility: P.W.A. Scholten, I. van Breugel, editors.

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