The Application of the OSCE Commitments Relating to Migration and Integration in Italy
The OSCE commitments agreed during several meetings held in the past years address economic, political and social aspects of migration. As far as Italy, while the national legal framework is almost in line with international standards, the adoption of practical measures, their implementation and the promotion of projects prove difficult. Moreover, the increased exposure that Italy faces as a country lying on the external maritime border of the European Union makes it more difficult to manage migration flows via the sea.
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Dr. Chiara Favilii is an Associate Professor of European Union Law at Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy. She is the author of works migration and non-discrimination and has contributed to research reports on European immigration, asylum and non-discrimination policies.