Le Regioni

Two-monthly review of legal and institutional analysis

  • ISSN: 0391-7576
  • EISSN: 2612-050X
  • Law

Table of Contents number 5-6, 2019, October-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-28181-4
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  • Vol.: XLVII
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  • RDF
    • Maurizio Malo
    • L’esperienza dei Gruppi regionali di Osservatorio, dopo i primi tre anni di attività (2017-2019)

    • pp. 1273-1277, DOI: 10.1443/97041
    • Antonio Gusmai
    • Living in Puglia, but not only: What are the rights of migrants living in this Region of southern Italy?

    • pp. 1291-1307, DOI: 10.1443/97044
    • Giuseppe Laneve
    • From «traditional» illegal Gangmaster System to (globalized) new one «of migrants»: Puglia Region is facing a «great anthropological mutuation» and an awful vulnerability of human being

    • pp. 1309-1326, DOI: 10.1443/97045
    • Giuseppe Morgese
    • Foreigners and minimum income provisions at the regional level: The Apulian «Dignity Income»

    • pp. 1343-1356, DOI: 10.1443/97047
    • Antonio Riviezzo
    • The rights of «migrants» in the Sardinian experience: Stairway to Heaven or Highway to Hell?

    • pp. 1357-1368, DOI: 10.1443/97048
    • Mariarita Romeo
    • The interventions of the Calabrian legislator in favour of the insertion of immigrants into the regional community

    • pp. 1369-1384, DOI: 10.1443/97049
    • Laura Ronchetti
    • Migrations and territories. Molise and the various phases of law of and for immigration

    • pp. 1385-1400, DOI: 10.1443/97050
    • Alessia Tranfo
    • Tug-of-war between the Ligurian legislator, local authorities and judges in the recognition of the right to reception for beneficiaries of international protection

    • pp. 1427-1442, DOI: 10.1443/97052
    • Alessandra Amore
    • The use of contingetable and urgent ordinances to hinder the policies of reception and social integration of migrants: The multi-level governance system that safeguards the fundamental rights of migrants

    • pp. 1459-1473, DOI: 10.1443/97055
    • Andrea Bonomi
    • The guarantee of the legal protection of immigrants in Puglia: Problematic aspects with a look at the matter «jurisdiction and procedural rules» and at the restriction of constitutional res iudicata

    • pp. 1475-1491, DOI: 10.1443/97056
    • Omar Caramaschi
    • From the distribution of competences with the State to its own legislation: The Liguria Region

    • pp. 1493-1508, DOI: 10.1443/97102
    • Entela Cukani
    • The protection of unaccompanied foreign minors between the State and the Regions: From micro-experiments to the construction of an Apulian regional «model»

    • pp. 1509-1520, DOI: 10.1443/97058
    • Sandro De Nardi
    • On the request for asymmetric autonomy with regard to immigration proposed to the Government of the Italian Republic by the Veneto Region

    • pp. 1521-1537, DOI: 10.1443/97059
    • Caterina Domenicali
    • The exercise of competences in the immigration field by the Emilia-Romagna Region: The limits to the creation of a «regional citizenship»

    • pp. 1539-1553, DOI: 10.1443/97060
    • Donatella Loprieno
    • The segregating reception and the role of the Southern Regions with special reference to the experience in Calabria

    • pp. 1555-1573, DOI: 10.1443/97061
    • Giacomo Menegus
    • Political participation of immigrants at the regional and local level in Italy. Some insights from the experience of Regione Marche

    • pp. 1575-1590, DOI: 10.1443/97062
    • Lino Panzeri
    • On migrants’ linguistic rights: The (possible) contribution of regional legislation with particular reference to Lombardy’s experience

    • pp. 1591-1609, DOI: 10.1443/97063
    • Simone Penasa
    • Foreigners’ integration and asylum-seekers’ reception in Trentino: Toward a shift of paradigm?

    • pp. 1611-1627, DOI: 10.1443/97064
    • Giorgio Sobrino
    • Immigration and inclusion in the experience of Piedmont: Opportunities and limits for the regional legislative power

    • pp. 1629-1645, DOI: 10.1443/97065
    • Michele Troisi
    • Legal protection of Rom, between state defaults and (limited) substitutes for the regional legislator. The case of Puglia

    • pp. 1647-1664, DOI: 10.1443/97066
    • Immigrazione e sussidiarietà

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

    • pp. 1701-1715, DOI: 10.1443/97069
    • Donata Borgonovo Re
    • Visa with limited territorial validity: The best practice of humanitarian corridors in the Autonomous Province of Trento

    • pp. 1717-1734, DOI: 10.1443/97070
    • Simone Frega
    • Immigration and role of private individuals. An investigation into virtuous contributions in the Metropolitan City of Genoa

    • pp. 1769-1783, DOI: 10.1443/97073
    • Luca Gori
    • Migration policies as a distinctive feature of political autonomy of Tuscany, between vertical and horizontal subsidiarity

    • pp. 1785-1801, DOI: 10.1443/97074
    • Flavio Guella
    • The inevitable precariousness of the role of the Third sector in the reception of immigrants/extraordinary integration, opposite of a loyal collaboration between the Autonomous Province and Ministry set on a framework of essentially «administrative» competences

    • pp. 1803-1811, DOI: 10.1443/97075