Submission Title

A Comparative Analysis of Immigrant Integration Methods in France, Germany, and the Netherlands

Location

Vivian A. Bull Music Center: Delkin Recital Hall

Subject Area

Political Science

Description

This is a comparative case study analysis of the immigrant policies of France, Germany, and the Netherlands, with special focus on how each country was affected by the 2015 European Migrant Crisis. The effects of these changes and political shifts are analyzed in order to help determine what the future of immigrant policy will look like in each of these places. The focus of this study is specifically focused on immigrant policy as opposed to immigration policy, meaning that I am primarily looking at the experience of migrants once they are in their new host country and attempting to integrate rather than the process of how they are brought in. These three countries showcase a range of strategies and varying degrees of effectiveness in their policies; however, we may soon be witnessing some significant political changes in each of them as a response to the strain in recent years caused by the migrant crisis.

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A Comparative Analysis of Immigrant Integration Methods in France, Germany, and the Netherlands

Vivian A. Bull Music Center: Delkin Recital Hall

This is a comparative case study analysis of the immigrant policies of France, Germany, and the Netherlands, with special focus on how each country was affected by the 2015 European Migrant Crisis. The effects of these changes and political shifts are analyzed in order to help determine what the future of immigrant policy will look like in each of these places. The focus of this study is specifically focused on immigrant policy as opposed to immigration policy, meaning that I am primarily looking at the experience of migrants once they are in their new host country and attempting to integrate rather than the process of how they are brought in. These three countries showcase a range of strategies and varying degrees of effectiveness in their policies; however, we may soon be witnessing some significant political changes in each of them as a response to the strain in recent years caused by the migrant crisis.