The new nationality law will fail without proper integration strategy
Marc De Vos sees the new nationality law as a step in the right direction of social and economic participation. He misses the cultural or identity dimension en pleads for a broad strategy for integration. Otherwise, the law will not unite but divide.
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Beyond Copernicus:From Confusion to Consensus?
The 2000 Copernicus reform has faded away before flourishing. Belgium has the highest public spending and public employment in the OECD and still the relative quality and quantity of public services remain disappointing. With so many challenges ahead such as globalisation, population aging, the race for talents, the digital revolution, it is urgent to send a wake-up call for a government that is steering and not rowing. Jean Hindriks makes the diagnosis and suggests several “quick wins”.
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