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Local policy and migration in European Cities

Marco Martiniello introduces key aspects of local policy for migrants, drawing on the example of his own city, Liege in Belgium

Interview with Marco Martiniello, University of Liege (Belgium)

We asked Marco the following three questions:

  1. What have been the main priorities of migration policies in European cities in recent decades?

  2. To what extent have municipal migration policies shifted in the last decade as a result of various ‘crises’?

  3. Drawing on example(s) from Belgian cities, what have been some key successes and limits of migration policy at the urban scale?

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