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By Dennis Broeders

Simply because borders by myself can't cease abnormal migration, the ecu Union is popping an increasing number of to inner keep an eye on measures. via surveillance, member states target to exclude abnormal migrants from societal associations, thereby discouraging their remain or deporting people who find themselves apprehended. And but, states can't expel immigrants who stay nameless. id has hence develop into key. Breaking Down Anonymity exhibits how electronic surveillance is changing into a main device of identity and exclusion guidelines in the direction of abnormal migrants. To aid this declare, the examine charts coverage advancements in Germany and the Netherlands. It analyses either nations' labour marketplace controls in addition to their detention and expulsion practices. additionally tested is the improvement of numerous new ecu migration databases. Spanning the Continent, those details platforms create a brand new eu Union frontier - person who is electronic, biometric and ever-strengthening. This name comes in the OAPEN Library -

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As the issue of borders is intimately tied up with national sovereignty, the member states were very reluctant to yield control to the institutions of the EU in matters of immigration and border control. ‘Common policies’ were developed in the intergovernmental third pillar of the EU, and some major initiatives, such as the Schengen agreements, were negotiated outside the framework of the EU altogether. The political sensitivity of immigration and asylum in Europe was one of the reasons that development of EU policies in this area – Justice and Home Affairs – became firmly embedded in a discourse of safety and security (Kostakoupoulou 1998; Peers 2000; Mitsilegas, Monar & Rees 2003).

It is a strategy of exclusion through the delegitimisation and criminalisation of all those who may be employing, housing and aiding irregular immigrants. Seen from this perspective, the panopticon does contain some elements of correction and discipline as it aims to discipline, first of all, public and semi-public institutions and, secondly, the social networks and institutional surroundings of irregular migrants. These strategies are prominent in both the Netherlands and Germany where registration is routinely used to exclude irregular migrants from public and semi-public institutions and the labour market.

THE STATE, SURVEILLANCE AND IRREGULAR MIGRANTS 43 Exclusion from documentation and registration First, surveillance may be deployed to exclude irregular immigrants from key institutions of society, such as the labour market and the housing market and even from informal networks of fellow countrymen and family. This is the Panopticon Europe as described by Engbersen (2001), in which the state raises a protective wall of legal and documentary requirements around the key institutions of the welfare state and ‘patrols’ it with advanced identification and control systems.

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