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A fair migration policy (Eine Gerechte Migrationspolitik)

Anonymous

April 26, 2023

A fair migration policy (Eine Gerechte Migrationspolitik)

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In the future, I would like to see an improved migration policy. Among these, migration policy should be characterised primarily by social justice. This means that everything that is currently in violation of human rights in migration is to be dismantled. This human rights problem includes deportations back to their home country, although refugees have the right to asylum. The aim is therefore to create safe and legal means of escape, so that smugglers are also combated and vessels are not completely overcrowded. By doing so, it will lead to fewer victims in the Mediterranean and thus better respect for human rights.
It is also essential to reform EU asylum law and the Dublin agreement, as countries wishing to grant asylum to refugees should be able to do so, even if they did not first land in that country. This would greatly improve and speed up the reception process of refugees and migrants.
In order to be fair within EU Member States during a refugee crisis, the distribution of refugees should depend on the economic situation of the EU countries. This will be determined on the basis of the distribution key, so that more solidarity can be created between Member States when reception of refugees is hampered by high unemployment or stagnating GDP. It also aims to subsidise countries hosting refugees and reduce EU funding for those who refuse to do so.
The economic and social aspects of migration need to be taken into account in particular when the issue of integration arises. Segregation is to be dismantled within a city, e.g. the Banlieues, where a multicultural approach is taken so as not to create parallel societies. The state has to spend money to ensure that migrants can be integrated as much as possible through language courses, cultural learning and education, with a view to increasing the labour force in the nation in the long term, so that the country’s economic productivity can increase.
Finally, in the face of climate change, this migration policy must also be made compatible in a sustainable way. To make this possible first and foremost, refugee and migration policies will use the SDGs. If all of these were to be used in the refugee issue, social justice, the economic aspects and the sustainable side could be agreed very effectively. In order to be able to do so, the EU would then need to create a further legal framework to provide the legal basis for social justice, economic efficiency and sustainability.
European School, Karlsruhe

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