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  1. Some cursory remarks on race, mixture and law by three Dutch jurists : inaugural lecture delivered, in a shortened version, on the occasion of the official acceptance as full Professor of Transnational Families and Migration Law at the law faculty of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam on 20 September 2019

    Hart, Betty de
    Tilburg : WLP, Wolf Legal Publishers, [2019]

    "This lecture addresses the question how race-thinking was part of the Dutch legal system and legal scholarship as a way to explore the 'legal archive'. It discusses the legal work on race and mixture of three Dutch jurists: L.W.C. van den Berg (1845-1927), a colonial legislator who wrote the Mixed Marriages Act for the Dutch East Indies; W.F. Wertheim (1907-1998), professor in colonial law, who later distanced himself from the Dutch colonial system of which he had been part, and H. de Bie (1879-1955) who, as the first children's judge in Rotterdam, worried about Dutch girls and their intimate relationships with Chinese men. This study argues that understanding our legal past (the 'legal archive') is crucial to further our knowledge about how race and mixture work in law today, and that such knowledge is vital for social justice."--

  2. Family reunification : a barrier or facilitator of integration : a comparative study

    Strik, Tineke, 1961-
    [Nijmegen, Netherlands] : Wolf Legal Publishers, [2013]

    This publication presents the outcome of a comparative study on family reunification policies in six EU Member States: Austria, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal and the United Kingdom. The study examined the way in which family reunification policies have developed over the past decade and the positions governments have adopted regarding four main requirements: income, pre-entry test, age and housing. Furthermore, the study analyses the application of these requirements in practice and how their application is perceived by the family members. Based on statistics and interviews, the authors draw conclusions on the impact of the applicable requirements on migrants and their family members in the Member States included in this study. Considering the recognition at EU level that family reunification is regarded as beneficial to the integration of migrants, this study seeks to clarify whether or not national policies serve to promote or hinder family reunification and contribute to the integration of migrants


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