Authors

Joseph Carens

Publication Date

2014

Abstract

This essay discusses the ethical issues raised by immigration to rich democratic states in Europe and North America. The article identifies questions about the following topics: access to citizenship, inclusion, residents, temporary workers, irregular migrants, non-discrimination in admissions, family reunification, refugees, and open borders. It explores the answers to these questions that flow from a commitment to democratic principles.

School/Institute

Institute for Social Justice

Document Type

Journal Article

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