The management of migration at European Union level has been and continues to be a goal of the Member States and the Community institutions, and the application of the principle of solidarity can be an appropriate instrument for managing this area throughout the European Union. The paper presented is intended to be a comprehensive presentation of the role of applying the principle of solidarity in managing migration in the European Union, but also an analysis of the effectiveness of the mechanisms used in applying the principle at Member States level, by public administration. Identifying the similarities and differences in the applicability of the principle of solidarity in the management of migration at EU Member State level is a clear way of establishing the effectiveness of this principle, but also of establishing the possibility for its development. As a result, the paper aims to help complete existing theory and practices in the field, as well as to provide a set of alternatives to the current problems in society with regard to migration. Last but not the least as a general conclusion of the document, it should be noted that the principle of solidarity in the Member States in the field of migration would be an eloquent proof of the functioning of the European Union and an instrument for the development of the European community.
The influence of human rights on law
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