Multicultural Policies and Female Immigration in Europe
In this paper the author focuses on some of the topics in the debate on multiculturalism, applying them to the issue of immigration, particularly female immigration, in Europe. She then illustrates how the individual/group relationship is a particularly complex one where women are concerned. In this framework she considers the various roles of a multicultural law and the thorny relation between women immigrants and their official representatives. She concludes by asserting the need to place individual rights before group rights and to ensure that women obtain autonomous access to both sets of rights.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of Bologna, Faculty of Law, Via Zamboni 27/29, 40126 Bologna, Italy.
Publication date: 1998-12-01