Cristina Bertolino

The need for «normalization» of immigration in the intervention of the Regions: The experience of the Piedmont Region

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Keywords: immigration in Piedmont, Italian Regions and immigration, foreigners hospitality, principle of subsidiarity.

Ascertaining that today immigration phenomenon has considerable effects on legal systems, the paper aims to reflects on the necessity of its more organic and structural regulation and management, which points to a «normalization» of immigration, that necessarily requires a multilevel governance. Analysing the case of the Piedmont Region, therefore, the paper intends to uphold how the Regions can really take on an innovative and decisive role in rethinking and building territorial policies and practices, based on the principle of subsidiarity and on a public-private integration. A regional social system would thus usefully be established which would allow for a more comprehensive integration of society, implying, first of all, a change in the host community, and better able to fulfil and strengthen democracy in the legal system.

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