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Luca Galli
Guaranteed Minimum Income And Migrants’ Inclusion: The Cases Of Italy And Canada
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In a context of economic crisis, the fulfilment of social rights becomes more and more difficult, considering the lack of public resources necessary to support the members of the society hit by poverty. Among these members, newcomers might represent a significant amount, especially if economic and migration crises happen simultaneously. This essay is focused on non-citizens’ access to a specific social security tool, the guaranteed minimum income, reflecting on the reasons behind stricter or more extensive criteria and their rationale. To do so, a comparative study is carried out between the Italian and the Canadian legal systems, showing two different approaches on migrants’ management and so opening to a broader analysis about the rationality of the securitarian and exclusive pattern characterizing the Italian way to migrants’ integration.

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