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Thu Dang Kim & Pelleriaux Koen (2006). Equity in education Thematic review : Country analytical reports - Flanders. Paris : OCDE. En ligne : <>. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: ThuDang2006
Categories: General
Keywords: Belgique, justice, migration
Creators: Pelleriaux, Thu Dang
Publisher: OCDE (Paris)
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URLs     http://www.oecd.or ... 36/37/39028715.pdf
"The revision of 1993 confirmed the new federal structure of the Belgian State. Today, besides the municipalities and the provinces, there are three levels of decision-making with their respective structures of legislative and executive power: the central State, the Communities, and the Regions. Three cultural Communities -the Flemish, the French-language and the German-language -and three economic Regions -Flemish, Walloon, and Brussels -have been recognized. The legislature of Flanders is the Flemish Parliament, which is the parliament of the Flemish Community and the Flemish Region.
Flanders is an extremely densely populated region, and the urbanized zones in Flanders clearly predominate. The Flemish Region had a foreign population of 4.6% in 2002. About a fourth of the foreign population is Dutch, more or less 15% is Moroccan, 13% is Turkish and about 9% is Italian. The migrants (Moroccan and Turkish people) and the intergenerational poor people can be perceived as the groups at most risk in Flanders."
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