Migration, the problem of today

I think it would be better if we try to keep the wave of migration at an average level. Europe should encourage the regions with the highest migration wave to keep their populations in the country, to create conditions and to develop in their own environment. As we now see the emigration crisis in Syria, which never adapts to the culture and values of European countries. It is obvious that the European population is aging and the main solution of the leadership was to bring emigrants. Migrants who are socially inadequate and as much as we try to educate them in the European habitat will be wrong. The solution would be to offer them the possibility to emigrate in areas that are close to their values and traditions, and especially the mentality.
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We observe that the wave of migration at European level has increased in the last years by 12%. Everyday we hear news that reminds us that the number of migrants is growing from day to day. And then what do we have to do? What should Europe do to protect its population from this wave?

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Mutualise the risk of unemployment at the European level is a complicated task but it is possible. Indeed, Europe could promote an high protection of that risk by developing, first, harmonisation on unemployment insurances conditions. It would concern : the length of the indemnisation, but also the control methods and much more important the way the person unemployed is taking care of. Because of course, unemployed people are persons, human beings. And European socialists should see them like as fragile people, not as thief, like some right wing parties across Europe do. When the harmonisation is over, or that differences between Member States are so huge that it is impossible to harmonise, the EU should unify. By setting a percentage of monthly indemnisation in regard of the previous salary. It should be set on the higher scale, so that no country has to lower its protection. It should also be part of a new fund, that would fit into cohesion and solidarity objectives of the EU and that would coexists with the actual funds. This amount of money would go to the support of the unemployed person (new formation, personal counselor, better information on workers and unemployed people rights) and to active way to fight unemployment, such as the french initiative “territoire zéro chômage”. Finally, this amount of money would be coming from the workers cotisations, the member states and new taxations, for instance by establishing a bonus malus for companies if they choose to hire workers on fixed-term contract or permanent contract. The EU must protect its citizens from social risks, and I could write other proposals, such as health care for everyone, working conditions, especially with work accidents, or democracy inside the companies. By protecting them, the EU would contribute to build a better European citizenship, and would finally enhance its role as a welfare union.

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