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This section contains a list of cases of European Court of Justice, European Court of Human Rights, Spanish Case Law, and French case law. Spain and France constitute two paradigmatic examples as regards distinct historical experiences, public philosophies and legal/policy strategies and frameworks on immigration and diversity. They also present different dynamics affecting the evolution of the relationship between the legal categories of immigration/nationality and that of integration. This comparison becomes most relevant when looking at the ways in which the processes of European harmonisation on immigration and integration have influenced, or not, the classical public philosophies and normative setting on integration in their respective legal systems

Keywords: European Court of Human Rights; European Court of Justice; French case law; Spanish Case Law



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