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The coherence of the EU's cooperation on migration in the context of its development cooperation policy : On the cases of Senegal and Uganda

Storkmeier, H. (2019) The coherence of the EU's cooperation on migration in the context of its development cooperation policy : On the cases of Senegal and Uganda.

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Abstract:This bachelor thesis presents the research on the question To what extent is the current mainstreaming of the EU’s own migration agenda coherent with the objectives of the EU’s development cooperation policy? It proposes an inductive research design with a regional focus on Africa, where the practice of the EU’s mainstreaming of its own migration agenda through its development cooperation is first observed in two case studies. The two selected cases are Senegal, a country of transit migration towards the EU, and Uganda, a country of immigration. By analysing the practices observed in the case studies on the back drop of the theory of Normative Power Europe, this research then seeks to identify the incentives for the EU’s mainstreaming. To answer the descriptive research question of coherence, the scope of the EU’s development cooperation policy as well as possible constrains due institutional fragmentation on the matter of migration will be investigated. This qualitative research follows a hermeneutic approach by analysing development cooperation agreements and other policy documents, but also includes evaluating components, to assess the coherence of the pursued objectives of EU’s development cooperation with its development cooperation policy.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:89 political science
Programme:Management Society and Technology BSc (56654)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/79039
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