In The Twenty-second Italian Report on Migrations 2016
ISMU Foundation highlights how the migratory phenomena and the complex challenges connected with them are becoming a test, not only for European policies on immigration and asylum but also for the existence of the European Union itself.
The book pays special attention to the analysis of foreign population in Italy, which reached – as of 1 January 2016 – 5.9 million admissions. Besides the usual areas of interest (demography, legislation, work, school and health), the XXII Report explores other important topics such as unaccompanied minors and the phenomenon of islamic radicalism.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 . The Challenges of Migrations in 2016: a Broad Glance
by Vincenzo Cesareo
Chapter 2. Statistical Aspects
by Gian Carlo Blangiardo
Chapter 3. The Regulatory Aspects
by Ennio Codini
Chapter 4. The Labour Market
by Laura Zanfrini
Chapter 5. Education
by Maria Grazia Santagati
Chapter 6. The Health of Migrants
by Nicola Pasini and Veronica Merotta
Chapter 7. Unaccompanied Minors in Italy
by Giovanni Giulio Valtolina
Chapter 8. Shengen at a Crossroads: European or National Borders?
by Roberto Cortinovis
Chapter 9. Stories of Jihadism. The Radicalisation Process and its Plausability
by Giulia Mezzetti and Fabio Introini