In Briefing Note 08/2012, Research Fellow of ELIAMEP, Dr. Thanos Maroukis discusses immigration and the crisis in the Greek society. Greek migration policy over the last 20 years, on the one hand, puts obstacles to the legal flow of third country nationals (TCNs), and on the other, it occasionally regularises their existence and work in Greek society. In recent years certain important steps have been taken by Greek governments (albeit with a delay) towards consolidating the residence status of many foreigners and supporting their socio-political integration process.
Author: Dr. Thanos Maroukis
Briefing Note 08/2012: “Immigration and crisis in the Greek Society”.