Essays about: "Ethnic policy"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 42 essays containing the words Ethnic policy.

  1. 1. Can Ethnic Diversity Explain the Varying Effects of Regional Trade Agreements?

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Nationalekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Alexandra Sundmark; [2020]
    Keywords : Preferential Trade; Ethnic Fractionalization; Ethnic Polarisation; Heterogeneous Effects; PPML; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : In response to the recent stagnation of global economic integration, a large part of world trade today transpires within the boundaries of regional trade agreements (RTAs). However, trade effects are heterogeneous both across and within RTAs - a phenomenon not fully understood. READ MORE

  2. 2. Between Faith and Bureaucracy : The treatment of immigrants’ religion in Swedish integration policy, 1974 –1986

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Historiska institutionen

    Author : Matthaios Amanatiadis; [2020]
    Keywords : Sweden; Religion; Integration policy; Swedish free churches; Committee on Integration; Immigrant faith communities; Immigration Policy Committee; SFR; SST;

    Abstract : This essay contributes new knowledge on Sweden’s immigrant- and integration policy during the years 1974–1986 by researching the policy’s treatment of immigrants’ religion and that of their faith communities. This is achieved through an empirical analysis on how immigrants’ religion was understood, argued for and regulated during key points of policy evaluation, as well as how this was expressed in practice by relevant actors and measures. READ MORE

  3. 3. Social enterprise and stakeholder relationships in Vietnam’s social innovation

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen

    Author : Ha Thuy Do; [2020]
    Keywords : social innovation; social enterprise; stakeholder relationships; social objective; value creation; empowerment; society; community.; Business and Economics; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : This thesis aims to investigate the role of social enterprise in coordinating stakeholder relationships to develop social innovation through the lens of stakeholder theory and its conceptual framework in sustainability management. Social enterprises are believed to feature the ability to establish and manage collaboration between stakeholders in the entrepreneurial process, therefore they are seen as the driving force in the success of social innovation. READ MORE

  4. 4. Between Equality and Discrimination : A policy analysis of the EU Framework for national Roma integration strategies up to 2020

    University essay from Enskilda Högskolan Stockholm

    Author : Tijana Todorovic; [2019]
    Keywords : Roma; EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020; EU Framework; equality; principle of equality; human rights; EU; policy analysis; discrimination; race; ethnicity; Romer; EU:s ramverk för nationella strategier för romsk inkludering fram till 2020; EU ramverk; jämlikhet; jämlikhetsprincipen; mänskliga rättigheter; EU; policy analys; diskriminering; ras; etnicitet;

    Abstract : The EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020, is a policy that seeks to integrate Roma in the fields of education, employment, healthcare and housing, and to combat and prevent discrimination and promote equality. The problem formulation that motivates this study is the phenomenon of discrimination that Roma population experience on the soil of European Union, funded on the principles of equality and non-discrimination. READ MORE

  5. 5. Pale, male and stale : To what extent does achieving the UK’s carbon budgets rely on greater diversity within the energy sector?

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Tema Genus

    Author : Alexandra Jones; [2019]
    Keywords : renewable energy; fossil fuels; decarbonisation; energy sector; extraction; climate change; Environmental Humanities; ecofeminism; Queer theory; workplace diversity; intersectionality.;

    Abstract : With increasing recognition that reducing carbon emissions from energy in the UK will make a significant contribution to the mitigation of anthropogenic climate change, and with carbon budgets forged following the Climate Change Act 2005 looking unlikely to be met, it is clear that sectoral changes are required to catalyse the decarbonisation process. Alongside the need for this industry to be at the forefront of decarbonisation, the energy sector needs to diversify and employ more women, Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME), LGBT and disabled people, as well as those from different social classes and varied educational backgrounds. READ MORE