The work describes how the phenomenon of separated children can nowadays be considered a structural phenomenon at European level. The increasing importance that it has acquired over time comes not only and mainly from a quantitative point of view, but also with regard to the challenges posed to the different European welfare systems as it makes clear the condition of “lack of communication” among migration management systems. With a closer look at the Italian national level, we try to show that the specificity of the juridical figure of separated children, which is on the border of opposing legislations (those relating to the safeguarding and protection of children and those relating to the control of migration flows), has a significant impact on local policies that acquire relevance not only in the management of it, but also in defining approaches and planning policies that must always respond on the basis of national and international regulatory principles in the “best interests” of the child.

A comparison between different legal and data collection’s systems

DE FELICE, DEBORAH
2015

Abstract

The work describes how the phenomenon of separated children can nowadays be considered a structural phenomenon at European level. The increasing importance that it has acquired over time comes not only and mainly from a quantitative point of view, but also with regard to the challenges posed to the different European welfare systems as it makes clear the condition of “lack of communication” among migration management systems. With a closer look at the Italian national level, we try to show that the specificity of the juridical figure of separated children, which is on the border of opposing legislations (those relating to the safeguarding and protection of children and those relating to the control of migration flows), has a significant impact on local policies that acquire relevance not only in the management of it, but also in defining approaches and planning policies that must always respond on the basis of national and international regulatory principles in the “best interests” of the child.
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migration; separated childre; welfare systems
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