Ireland’s migration and asylum policies in an EU context
From opt-outs to solidarity?
in Ireland and the European Union
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This chapter examines migration policy, looking first at Ireland’s historical position as a country of emigration and then examining how the EU’s approach to issues of migration and asylum has developed. It then explores in detail the EU’s migration crisis and Ireland’s contribution to the response, noting that Ireland has tended to associate itself with the more progressive group of member states in the EU on this issue.

Ireland and the European Union

Economic, political and social crises

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