Research Centre on Identity and Migration Issues
Faculty of Political Science and Communication Sciences, University of Oradea, Romania
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RCIMI Publications


 

Books and Studies edited by RCIMI
 
 
1. European Identity and Free Movement of Persons, (2005) edited by Lia Pop and Cristina Matiuta,
Oradea: University of Oradea Publishing House, 375 p., ISBN 973-613-960-3
 
In the present volume, we gathered the results of the international scientific meeting organized by the Faculty of Political Science and Media Studies and the Research Centre on Identity and Migration Issues of the University of Oradea in cooperation with The Romanian Ministry of Labour – the Department for Labour Abroad and the Office for Labour Force Migration; International Organization for Migration and the Romanian Society of Political Science, in November, 3-5, Băile Felix, Romania.
 
 
The study is organized in four sections, namely:
  • Section I. European Identity/ National Identity;
  • Section II. Free Movement of Persons in Europe and Migration;
  • Section III. Moral Principles and Responsibilities in Contemporary World;
  • Section IV. European Identity and Migration Topics – inter-culturally read. Romanic Languages and their inner bridge.

 

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European Identity and Free Movement of Persons in Europe

2. Liberalizing Labor Market in Romania - Opportunities and Risks (Liberalizarea pieţei muncii din Rom├ónia. Oportunităţi şi riscuri), 2006 november, Impact Study elaborated by the Department for Labor Abroad, Office for Labor Migration and the Faculty of Political Science and Communication Sciences, University of Oradea, 110 p.
The main goal of the study is to conceive pro and counter arguments regarding the mutuality principle for the EU Member States which decided to impose transitory measures for the free movement of the Romanian migrant workers seeking jobs in the European Union. In adition, another goal was to anlyze the perception of the Romanian workers regarding the opportunity and Romania's justness to apply this priciple.
 
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