Migration within the EU

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  • Migration within the EU
    • EU
      • in 2007 there were 27 states
      • 6 original core founders
      • to join the EU
        • countries must fulfil   economic   and political problems
      • EU allows
        • free movement of people
        • good services
        • between 27 members
    • eastern European   jobs
      • 4% Primary
        • farming
      • secondary 43%
        • warehouse packer builder factory
      • tertiary 21%
        • catering, cleaner waiter, hotel maid
    • push factors from Poland
      • social
        • high unemployment            (19% in 2004) (also economical)
        • Housing shortage
          • 300 houses to 1000 people
    • Pull factors to the UK
      • Social
        • ease of migration
          • uk allowed unlimited migration in 2004
        • better public services
          • schools , hospitals , safe water supply and electricity
      • economical
        • more work with higher wages
          • demand for tradesmen e.g plumbers
        • good exchange rate
          • pound was worth a lot of polish Zloty
    • impacts on Poland
      • social
        • polish population decline
          • 0.3% decrease in population and birth rates drop as the migrants are mainly young
      • economical
        • shortage of workers slowed economy in Poland
        • Polish economy  boosted by money sent home
          • 3 billion in 2006
        • less tax
        • loss of Labour
        • separation of families
    • impacts on the Uk
      • social
        • uk population increased slightly
        • ethnic diversity increased
        • a lot of the Polish are catholic so church attednance increased
        • increase in racial tension
      • economic
        • immigration boosted the UK economy
    • refugee migrations to the EU
      • in 2001 45000 emigrants tried to enter Spain as       refugees from wars
        • impacts on spain
          • social
            • social tension between immigrants and Spaniards
            • Birth rate increased as a lot of the migrants were young
          • economical
            • unskilled workers filled gaps in job market
            • over-supply of workers so average wages for unskilled jobs have fallen
        • impacts on African countires
          • economical
            • economy and services already damaged by war
              • didn't impact the economy
                • refugees paid no contribution to the economy
                • Refugees weren't      receiving benfits from the governemnt
            • refugees paid no contribution to the economy
            • Refugees weren't      receiving benfits from the governemnt
          • social
            • family's were seperated

Comments

Mr A Gibson

A great mind map for you to print off and even add some of your own examples to. This covers the main points required to help you get full marks in a question on the topic.

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