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Unlocking New Horizons: A Vision for Smarter Migration Policies and Sustainable Integration

From a preliminary observation of the Migration Policies in the Danish Immigration Border Externalisation Act (L 226), three important aspects have emerged.

Firstly, the journey can extend up to five years under challenging conditions, rendering it unsustainable due to the loss of human lives.

Secondly, the allocation of excessive resources by the State is disproportionate. The substantial effort exerted in accommodating, training, protecting, and caring for migrants is costly and founded on improvisation, quantity, and emergency response. This approach lacks the potential for planning, training, and selection of individuals. In light of these critical factors, current migration policies are deemed inadequate and unreasonable. In this context, humanity and rationality coincide.

The third and equally vital aspect pertains to integration. As it stands, integration policies are underdeveloped, underfinanced, and inadequate for future requirements.

Sustainable Migration Solutions: Optimal solutions must consider international human rights conventions. However, concerns arise regarding outsourcing asylum procedures to countries with limited resources, potentially compromising refugee rights. Moreover, Denmark's proposal could cascade, prompting neighboring European countries to restrict migration and inadvertently increasing asylum requests from neighboring nations. Legislation could complicate the EU's attempts to harmonize European norms on immigration and asylum. An effective framework should emerge from cooperation and negotiation.

Constructive Approaches: Approaches based on ideals or assumptions devoid of concrete data yield flawed outcomes. Constructive policies should prioritize both the host community and assisting other communities while planning for the future. Political endeavors should acknowledge that solutions evolve iteratively through a series of attempts and failures.

Exploring Uncharted Territory: Research should focus on unconventional avenues. Rather than adapting existing viewpoints, explore novel ideas.

Outsourcing Asylum Processes: Outsourcing asylum procedures is not a novel idea and raises concerns. Historically, efforts faltered due to objections from involved countries. These centers often transformed into prolonged detention centers.

The Danish Proposal and Alternatives: The Danish approach mirrors past efforts to outsource both migrant flow management and reception. However, these endeavors yielded limited success.

Preparedness for Migration: Instead of haphazardly sending unskilled individuals on a perilous journey, a more thoughtful approach could prioritize education and cultural integration.

Addressing Aging Populations: Properly integrating foreign citizens, teaching them the language, and ensuring their health could mitigate aging population challenges.

Financial Considerations: Funding should be allocated to EU personnel rather than countries managing asylum procedures. This ensures efficient utilization of resources.

Danish border Migration Policies
Danish border Migration Policies

Conclusion: This article proposes thoughts and insights for the debate, aimed at politicians, academics, and the general public. Open to corrections and contradictions, this text aims to stimulate productive discussions about this complex topic. It does not claim to provide absolute solutions but rather suggests a logical pathway forward.

Pier Paolo Piscopo



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