This chapter explores the complex theme of immigrants’ civic participation – political or social engagement going beyond voting – in the European Union, using Denmark as a case study. The country has gone through a particularly interesting transformation in terms of immigration policies, from a society initially putting no restrictions on immigration to one requiring a deep link to its culture and a set of “desirable” qualities to allow an immigrant to settle down there, even with a Danish spouse. The related institutional and administrative changes have probably had a great impact on immigrants’ participation in civic and other areas.
|Titel||Territoriality and Migration in the E.U. Neighbourhood : Spilling over the Wall|
|Redaktører||Margaret Walton-Roberts, Jenna Hennebry|
|Forlag||Springer Science+Business Media|
|Status||Udgivet - 2014|
|Navn||International Perspectives on Migration|
Rezaei, S., Goli, M., Ribeiro, A., & Henriksen, J. (2014). Migration and integration regimes and substantial citizenships in the EU. I M. Walton-Roberts, & J. Hennebry (red.), Territoriality and Migration in the E.U. Neighbourhood: Spilling over the Wall (s. 127-143). Springer Science+Business Media. International Perspectives on Migration, Bind. 5 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-6745-4_9