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Immigration and the Nation-StateThe United States, Germany, and Great Britain$

Christian Joppke

Print publication date: 1999

Print ISBN-13: 9780198295402

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198295405.001.0001

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(p.319) Appendix: Interviews

(p.319) Appendix: Interviews

Source:
Immigration and the Nation-State
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

United States

  1. Angelo Ancheta, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, 7 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  2. Diana Aviv, Council of Jewish Federations, 1 Apr. 1994, Washington.

  3. Richard Dale, US Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, 25 Mar. 1994, Washington.

  4. Jim Dorcy, Federation of Americans for Immigration Reform (FAIR), 24 Mar. 1994, Washington.

  5. Joe Hicks, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 20 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  6. Charles Kamasaki, National Council of La Raza, 1 Apr. 1994, Washington.

  7. Stewart Kwoh, Asian Pacific American Legal Center, 6 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  8. Daphne Kwok, Organization of Chinese Americans, 23 Mar. 1994, Washington.

  9. Warren Leiden, American Immigration Lawyers Association, 5 Apr. 1994, Washington.

  10. Ira Mehlman, Federation of Americans for Immigration Reform (FAIR), 18 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  11. Mario Moreno, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 28 Mar. 1994, Washington.

  12. Mauro Mujica, US English, 19 Apr. 1994, Washington.

  13. Angela Oh, 25 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  14. Harry Pachon, Tomas Rivera Center, 26 July 1994, Claremont, California.

  15. Demetrios Papademetriou, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 20 Apr. 1994, Washington.

  16. Gary Philips, Multi‐Cultural Collaborative, 5 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  17. Eugene Pugliese, House Subcommittee on International Law, Immigration, and Refugees, 7 Apr. 1994, Washington.

  18. Irma Rodriguez, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 27 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  19. Frank Sharry, National Immigration Forum, 25 Mar. 1994, Washington.

  20. Rick Swartz, National Immigration Forum, 26 Mar. 1994, Washington.

  21. Jerry Tinker, US Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and Refugee Affairs, 30 Mar. 1994, Washington.

  22. (p.320)
  23. Carlos Vaqcerano, Central American Resource Center, 22 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  24. Charles Wheeler, National Immigration Law Center, 8 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  25. Linda Wong, Rebuild L.A., 15 July 1994, Los Angeles.

  26. Jerry Yu, Korean‐American Coalition, 14 July 1994, Los Angeles.

Germany

  1. Ozan Ceyhun (The Greens), Office for Immigrants and Refugees in the Hesse Ministry for Youth, Family, and Health, 24 Feb. 1994, Wiesbaden.

  2. Daniel Cohn‐Bendit, Office for Multicultural Affairs, 10 Feb. 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  3. Theodor Gavras, Foreigner Council Munich, 18 Feb. 1994, Munich.

  4. Bernd Geiss, Office of the Federal Commissioner for Foreigner Affairs, 23 Feb. 1994, Bonn.

  5. Jürgen Haberland, Federal Ministry of the Interior, 23 Feb. 1994, Bonn.

  6. Helmut Huber, Referent for Foreigner Affairs in the Bavarian Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs, 9 Feb. 1994, Munich.

  7. Chong‐Sook Kang, Commissioner for Foreigner Affairs of the City of Munich, 22 Feb. 1994, Munich.

  8. Huseyen Kurt, Turkish‐Islamic Union and Member of the Communal Foreigner Parliament, 15 June 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  9. Reinhard Leicht, Referent for Foreigner Affairs in the Hesse Ministry for Women, Labour, and Social Affairs, 25 Feb. 1994, Wiesbaden.

  10. Herbert Leuninger, Pro Asyl, 10 Feb. 1994, Hofheim im Taunus.

  11. Bahman Nirumand, Office for Multicultural Affairs, 25 Feb. 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  12. Elke Pohl, Office of the Commissioner for Foreigner Affairs of the Berlin Senate, 13 June 1994, Berlin.

  13. Klaus‐Henning Rosen (SPD), Federal Ministry of the Interior, 22 June 1994, Bonn.

  14. Semer Sargut, Turkish Community Rhein‐Main, 24 Feb. 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  15. Ülku Schneider‐Gürkan, Türkisches Volkshaus (FIDEF), 23 Feb. 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  16. Thomas Schwarz, Berliner Institut für vergleichende Sozialforschung, 13 June 1994, Berlin.

  17. Zafer Senocak, 13 June 1994, Berlin.

  18. Gulay Simsek and two other members of Milli Görüs, 16 June 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  19. Ertugrul Uzun, European Association of Turkish Academics, 13 June 1994, Berlin.

  20. (p.321)
  21. Rosi Wolf‐Almanasreh, Office for Multicultural Affairs, 24 Feb. 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  22. Turgut Yüksel, Member of the Communal Foreigner Parliament, 15 June 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

  23. Gregorios Zarkadas, Chair of the Communal Foreigner Parliament, 16 June 1994, Frankfurt am Main.

Great Britain

  1. Yasmin Alibhai‐Brown, writer on minority affairs, 17 July 1995, London.

  2. Makhan Bajwa, Greenwich Racial Equality Council, 16 Aug. 1994, London.

  3. Jenny Bourne, Institute of Race Relations, 9 Aug. 1994, London.

  4. Joe Charlesworth, Commission for Racial Equality (CRE), 17 Aug. 1994, London.

  5. Unmesh Desai, Newham Monitoring Project, 11 Aug. 1994, London.

  6. Carol Dixon, 1990 Trust and National Black Caucus, 17 July 1995, London.

  7. Ann Dummett, European Consultant of the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE), 19 July 1995, London.

  8. Suresh Grover, Southall Monitoring Group, 17 Aug. 1994, Southall, Middlesex.

  9. Raga Miah, Tower Hamlets Race Equality Council, 12 Aug. 1994, London.

  10. Tariq Modood, Institute for Policy Studies, 19 July 1995, London.

  11. Ann Owers, former Managing Director of Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI), 18 July 1995, London.

  12. Bhikhu Parekh, University of Hull, 11 Nov. 1994, Florence.

  13. Rahul Patel, Anti‐Nazi League, 8 Aug. 1994, London.

  14. A.R. Rawsthorne, Home Office (Immigration and Nationality Department), 10 Aug. 1994, Croydon, London.

  15. Jill Rutter, British Council of Refugees, 17 Aug. 1994, London.

  16. Iqbal Sacranie, UK Action Committee on Islamic Affairs (UKACIA), 18 July 1995, London.

  17. John Salt, University of London, 8 Aug. 1994, London.

  18. Sarah Spencer, Institute for Public Policy Studies, 18 Aug. 1994, London.

  19. Mark Wadsworth, Anti‐Racist Alliance, 12 Aug. 1994, London.

  20. Kalpana Wilson, Migrant Support Unit, 19 Aug. 1994, London.