Geographies of Asylum in Europe and the Role of European Localities

by Birgit Glorius, Jeroen Doomernik

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Book Description

This book describes how the numerous arrivals of asylum seekers since 2015 shaped reception and integration processes in Europe. It addresses the structuration of asylum and reception systems, and spaces and places of reception on European, national, regional and local level. It also analyses perceptions and discourses on asylum and refugees, their evolvement and the consequences for policy development. Furthermore, it examines practices and policy developments in the field of refugee reception and integration. The volume shows and explains a variety of refugee reception and integration strategies and practices as specific outcome of multilevel governance processes in Europe. By addressing and contextualizing those multiple experiences of asylum seeker reception, the book is a valuable contribution to the literature on migration and integration, societal development and political culture in Europe.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Introduction
1
Part I
Governing Asylum and Reception Within an Asylum System Under Stress
 
Chapter 2
Dispersal and Reception in Northern Italy: Comparing Systems Along the Brenner Route
15
Chapter 3
Legal Paradigm Shifts and Their Impacts on the Socio-Spatial Exclusion of Asylum Seekers in Denmark
45
Chapter 4
Places and Spaces of the Others. A German Reception Centre in Public Discourse and Individual Perception
69
Chapter 5
Before and After the Reception Crisis of 2015: Asylum and Reception Policies in Austria
93
Part II
Perceptions and Discourses on Refugee Reception
 
Chapter 6
Local Narrative-Making on Refugees: How the Interaction Between Journalists and Policy Networks Shapes the Media Frames
113
Chapter 7
Shaping the "Deserving Refugee": Insights from a Local Reception Programme in Belgium
135
Chapter 8
The Public Perception of the Migration Crisis from the Hungarian Point of View: Evidence from the Field
155
Part III
Local Practices of Refugee Integration
 
Chapter 9
Diverging Perspectives on "Integration" in the Vocational Education System: Evidence from an East German Periphery
179
Chapter 10
Municipal Housing Strategies for Refugees. Insights from Two Case Studies in Germany
201
Chapter 11
Arenas of Volunteering: Experiences, Practices and Conflicts of Voluntary Refugee Relief
225
Chapter 12
Local Innovation in the Reception of Asylum Seekers in the Netherlands: Plan Einstein as an Example of Multi-level and Multi-sector Collaboration
245
Chapter 13
Conclusion
261

Book Details

Publisher
Springer
Published
2020
Pages
268
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9783030256654
ISBN10
3030256650
ISBN13 Digital
9783030256661
ISBN10 Digital
3030256669
PDF Size
5.5 MB
License
CC BY

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