The European Multinational and Multicultural Character.


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The European Multinational and Multicultural Character. Resources and strains, movement and joining strategies. Review , part I. European Character Ideas of personality European Values and the EU Models of taking a gander at Europe as a group of countries Sacred patriotism
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The European Multinational and Multicultural Identity Assets and pressures, movement and joining arrangements

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Overview , part I European Identity Concepts of character European Values and the EU Models of taking a gander at Europe as a group of countries Constitutional patriotism Europe as a space of experiences

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Overview , part II From migration to mix Migration history Policy Views towards the future Integration and impacts of migration Questions

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Part I: Identity

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European Identity Important: one of the three fundamental conditions for enrollment (by fair status and appreciation for human rights). In any case, exceptionally tricky Geographically versatile Linguistically differed: 23 dialects Religiously different, Cf. chip away at the Consititutional arrangement, 2004 Historically not clear (more conflicts than concordance) No reasonable perspective on the European ‘quality’ of the neighbors …

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The first of May 2004 denoted a critical date in the historical backdrop of Europe as a political, geographic, and social substance. Ten European nations joined the European Union, acquiring their potential and desires, including an aggregate populace of 75 million individuals and a region of 738,000 square kilometers. The EU-25 has 452 million subjects.

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Feeling European Barometer 1999 Feeling ‘European’ in Luxemburg, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Germany Feeling ‘national’ in UK, Sweden, Funland, Greece and Denmark Barometer 2004 86 % is glad for their nation, 68 % is pleased with Europe But, 49 % feels there is no common social personality

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Activity 1 Surf to the Eurobarometer site and check how Europeans today feel about the Union: http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/index_en.htm How nearly do individuals in your homecountry feel appended to their country/area? How has this advanced after some time?

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Identity = Values ? Sharing a basically comparative perspective on the world? Talk: 5 center qualities: Democracy Non-separation Gender balance Physical and mental respectability Respect for social differing qualities and personalities

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Activity 2 List five qualities (constructive/antagonistic ) that you believe are ordinarily European. Check your rundown with that of your neighbor. Keep the rundown with you to check whether it fits with how Europeans see themselves.

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Overview Hofstede measurements Europe

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Shared reasons for alarm?

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Shared social legacy

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Activity 3 Check the production “A group of societies: The European Union and the arts.” on http://ec.europa.eu/distributions/booklets/move/31/txt_en.pdf What do you find out about Europes shared social legacy?

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Institutional character Only 4 in 10 feels fulfilled by the way majority rules system meets expectations in Europe They feel they know next to no of how the foundations work 29 % of Europeans feels that 50 years of Union have achieved little to nothing In 2004, just 54 % voted in Pariliament decisions.

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Activity 4 Let’s chat on how the Europan Union could effectively advance this thought of European character. What moves could be made? Perused the charta on European Identity: http://www.europa-web.de/europa/02wwswww/203chart/chart_gb.htm . What do you think about the conclusions made there?

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Models of taking a gander at Europe: A group of countries A group of countries: a commonwealth must be steady if secured in a typical history and society. Stresses that European personality has risen up out of normal developments in religion and theory, governmental issues, science and expressions of the human experience “Euro-nationalism” that prompts exclusionary approaches inside European social orders (as respects non-European migrants) and the polarization of worldwide legislative issues.

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Models of taking a gander at Europe: sacred patriotism A typical political society, or municipal personality, in light of widespread standards of majority rule government, human rights, the guideline of law and so on communicated in the system of a typical open circle and political cooperation. Fake qualification between the private and the general population, the subjective and the all inclusive/Democracy and human rights are not all inclusive qualities/Problems identified with social contrasts are overlooked.

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Models of taking a gander at Europe: A space of experiences A result of increased urban, political and social trades and collaboration. As characters experience consistent change, “European identity” would be enveloping various implications and recognizable pieces of proof and would be always reclassified through associations with others. Overemphasizes the capacity of individuals to adjust to a world in flux und thinks little of their requirement for solidness. An excessive amount of assorted qualities canâ eventually prompt the loss of character, introduction and intelligence, and subsequently undermine majority rule government and set up groups.

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Conclusion part I: preconditions for the rise of an European character : Politics: the reinforcing of law based support at all levels and more majority rules system at EU level Education and society: fortifying of the European measurement in specific subjects (particularly history), more concentrate on dialect learning,â more trades etc.â  Social and monetary attachment : counteractingâ social and financial contrasts

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Part II: Migration In 1620, one of 10 individuals in the Netherlands was outside conceived. In a town as Amsterdam, this could be as much as one in four!

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Activity 5 Scan the web for a few pictures on relocation. What do these pictures let you know? What considerations and sentiments do they incite?

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Difficult start Unlike the USA, Canada or Australia, no Western European nation considers itself to be an outsider society. Most Europeans still consider mass movement to be the verifiable exemption. Dwelling in the same spot for the duration of one\'s life is thought to be ordinary.

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Historical review For hundreds of years, European relocation examples comprised chiefly of development around the mainland, or far from it. Millions fled religious mistreatment. Others were driven by yearning and neediness, including ruined southern Europeans.

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Historical outline 1950-60: Workers touched base in their millions to fill crevices in European work markets. National approaches were genuinely liberal . Individuals from West-indies and India to UK Migration from southern-european nations to northern-europe Contacts with Turkey and Maghreb. The numbers crested in the mid 1960s, making a net European movement figure which is far higher than today\'s. These foreigners, basically non-white, were not anticipated that would remain.

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Historical review Policies got to be prohibitive from the 1970s on. Satiation of work business sector. 1973: Migration stop. 1980’s: retreat. A few potential outcomes remained: family reunification, concentrates on, occasional work, …. This left the refuge framework to convey the relocation\'s heaviness wave. The 1980s likewise achieved the increase of the Southern European states Greece, Spain, and Portugal, which confronted introductory limitations in the development of individuals

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Historical outline 1990’s: Germany (unification and near Eastern-Europe) had the biggest streams of vagrants took after by the United Kingdom. 2000: various governments have been overhauling their strategies to make better note of livelihood and demographic needs. 2002: Investing consequently programs.

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. There are presumably somewhere around 2 and 3 million undocumented migrants in Europe - representing 10 to 15 for every penny of the aggregate populace of outsiders. A few appraisals say there could be 500,000 a year. There are likely somewhere around 2 and 3 million undocumented migrants in Europe - representing 10 to 15 for every penny of the aggregate populace of outsiders. A few evaluations say there could be 500,000 a year.

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Activity 6 Make a representation of movement histories inside you could call your own crew. Plot your families movement history on a guide. Consider why individuals relocated and what their long haul point of view was.

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Origin of transients 1950-2000: ‘clear’ push and draw elements: previous pilgrim joins, past ranges of work enlistment, simplicity of section from neighboring nations. Lately, foreigners have been originating from a more extensive scope of nations and especially from lower-pay nations.

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Activity 7 Describe the make-up you could call your own group: settlers, transients, authentic minorities, new minorities…. Attempt to characterize what relates every one of them. Would you characterize your home-society as various or very homogenous?

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Migration and advancement The weight to move from creating nations is being sustained by Europe\'s own particular approaches. The EU\'s protectionism, farming strategies and appropriations are all adding to making life harder for the creating scene, expanding the weight for individuals to clear out. Commission standards Remittances The contribution of willing diaspora individuals Brain dissemination and restricting effect of cerebrum channel

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Other Problems Smuggling and trafficking systems - > requirement for extensive speculations Striking a harmony in the middle of security and essential privileges of people. Associations with verifiable minorities and approaches went for them. p.e. Jewish group Antwerp

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Policy Tampere 1999 A far reaching approach that discovers a harmony in the middle of compassionate and monetary affirmation Fair treatment of third nation nationals: to give them practically identical rights and commitments to those of nationals Development of associations with nations of birthplace including strategies of co-advancement

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Policy 2000 onwards: the rise of a cross-national European reaction to migration, as European Union nations have turned out to be more

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