Integration and Diversity

Towards the middle of the last century, many European countries changed from emigration countries to immigration countries. Gradually somehow immigrants have been absorbed by the hosting societies, which in turn changed as a result over the years. As immigration increased, particularly during the last 10 years, some European regions, particularly larger cities, have come to face the development of parallel societies, triggering discussions about the failure of the concept of multiculturalism. After the peak in 2015, during the so-called “migration crisis”, the discussion about migration and integration has polarised opinions among EU countries, political parties, European societies and even families. For the EESC, it is important to recognize civil society’s efforts and to fully integrate its view into EU policy-making on migration and integration.

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