Nowadays, the political discourse of European Social Democracy seems to pose more questions than to offer sound solution patterns and policies. This is, given the dynamic field of migration and integration, not unexpected and surprising. How migration and integration policies should be constructed and built up against the background of divergent national histories and cultures is still a demanding task. Thus formulating the right questions and intimating paths to solutions is the first decisive step.
This book explores social democratic reactions, responses, and policies concerning the big issues of migration and multiculturalism. The authors map out a range of new social-democratic thinking having experienced waves of migration, different approaches of integration policies, and right-wing populist reactions in their respective countries.