This article aims to show how the legislator has outlined a regulatory framework putting forward a diversified regulation that goes from equal treatment for both citizens and non citizens to insuring a basic package of health services also to those people who are residing illegally (calling it a grading of health protection). And it is pointed out that an immigrant’s right to health is a preferential case as regards the concept of “social citizenship” that goes beyond the status civitatis as well as beyond the workings of equality which is supreme principle for everybody.

Immigrants in Italy and their right to health services: the importance of health services for an easier integration

DE ANGELIS, Monica
2009

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This article aims to show how the legislator has outlined a regulatory framework putting forward a diversified regulation that goes from equal treatment for both citizens and non citizens to insuring a basic package of health services also to those people who are residing illegally (calling it a grading of health protection). And it is pointed out that an immigrant’s right to health is a preferential case as regards the concept of “social citizenship” that goes beyond the status civitatis as well as beyond the workings of equality which is supreme principle for everybody.
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