Conclusion - National frameworks and the EU’s contribution to global justice

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Abstract

This final chapter provides an overall view of the normative orientations that has emerged from the different national, conceptual, and legal frameworks selected for this report, in order to identify significant convergences and contrasts among them. In doing so, we outline the general impact of these frameworks, which govern the Member States’ (MSs’) migration policies and their position within the European Union Migration System of Governance (EUMSG), on the Union’s efforts to live up to its role as a community of values and, relatedly, a normatively committed international actor.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe European Migration System and Global Justice. Definitions and Legislative Frameworks in France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Norway and the United Kingdom
EditorsAntonio Zotti
Pages235-252
Number of pages18
Volume2019
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Publication series

NameARENA REPORT

Keywords

  • EU migration and asylum policy, multilevel governance

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