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Policies on Immigration and the Social Integration of Migrants in the European Community. Experts' report drawn up on behalf of the Commission of the European Communities. SEC (90) 1813 final, 28 September 1990

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COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES SEC(90) 1813 final Brussels, 28 September 1990 POLICIES ON I~IGRATION AND THE SOCIAL 'NTEGRATIO~ OF MIGRANTS In the EurQpeah Communi Experts report drawn up on behalf of the CommissIon Of the EuropeanCommunities - 2 - Contents I NTRODUCT ION PART I The context of mlaratlon and tension factors affectlna mlQr3tloo Old and new Immlgrat Ion II. Migrat Ion: prospects and tension factors III. The Introduct Ion of the Single European Market: expectat Ions and prospects PART II Intearatlon Issues and elements of Intet;lrat ion Policy Intearat Ion Issues Integration or what else? What Is the situation today? II. Elements of Intearat Ion Dollcy (a) Contro l over Imm Igrat Ion (b) Secur I ty of stay (c) Employment, business, work (d) Education (e) Housing (f) Civic and political rights - Acquisition of citizenship (g) (h) The role of the law Public statements and public opinion ( I ) Islam PART III Conc I us Ions and suQQest Ions Annexes 1-6 ~ 7- ~ 22- ~ 33- f 37-41 f 42- ~ 46- f 48-53 ~ 54- ~ 59- f 68- f 74- f 85- f 89- f 96- f 99-118 - 3 - POLICIES ON IMMIGRATION AND THE SOCIAL INTEGRATION OF MIGRANTS In the EuroDean Commun I t y I NTRODUCT ION Article 8a of theEEC Treaty, which was Incorporated Into the Treaty of Rome by Art Icle 13 of the Single European Act, def Ines the Internal market as an "area without frontiers In which the free movement of ... , persons, ... I s ensured" A political declaration by the Governments of the Member States, made at the time of adoption of the Single European Act, stipulates that: " In order to promote the free movement of persons, the Member States shall cooperate, without prejudice to the powers of the Community, In particular as regards the entry, movement and residence of nationals of third countries. The freedom of moVement principle thus poses the question not only of what common system should be applied at the Communlty s exter

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