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Belgium’s Immigration Asylum Policies in Times of Crisis
Belgium’s Immigration Asylum Policies in Times of Crisis

Author(s): Ebru Dalğakıran
Subject(s): Migration Studies, Asylum, Refugees, Migration as Policy-fields
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Migration Series; EU; European Union; immigrants; international policy; migration policy; refugee crisis; refugee law; refugee policy; refugees;
Summary/Abstract: Since World War II, the idea of peace, liberty, and economic prosperity has driven European nations closer. As a result of political cooperation, the establishment of a common market with a free-travel zone, the European continent has turned into one of the favored places in the world to live. Besides that, liberal democracy, economic growth, stability, and social welfare facilities have made the continent an attractive destination for migrants. Belgium, an open economy and the capital of the EU, has been one of the attractive destinations in Europe for years for both EU citizens and others.

  • Page Range: 211-226
  • Page Count: 16
  • Publication Year: 2021
  • Language: English