In the “supranational” system, the objective of the fair treatment of third-country nationals residing legally in the territory of the European Union – coupled with a more rigorous integration policy based on guaranteeing the rights of migrants and obligations similar to those of European citizens – has led to the adoption of a series of sec ondary provisions granting specific categories of third-country nation als a plurality of rights that are progressively similar to those enjoyed by EU citizens. Focusing on non-discrimination in access to social ser vices, this chapter examines the effectiveness of these provisions in the relationship between the European and the Italian legal systems.

Non-discrimination in accessing the welfare system. The effectiveness and primacy of EU law over Italian law

Rossana Palladino
2024-01-01

Abstract

In the “supranational” system, the objective of the fair treatment of third-country nationals residing legally in the territory of the European Union – coupled with a more rigorous integration policy based on guaranteeing the rights of migrants and obligations similar to those of European citizens – has led to the adoption of a series of sec ondary provisions granting specific categories of third-country nation als a plurality of rights that are progressively similar to those enjoyed by EU citizens. Focusing on non-discrimination in access to social ser vices, this chapter examines the effectiveness of these provisions in the relationship between the European and the Italian legal systems.
2024
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