The international trend towards migration is growing rapidly and becoming increasingly complex. As the first-wave generation of migrants ages, their children and even grandchildren are reaching adulthood having spent their entire lives in the countries their families chose long ago. International Perspectives: Integration and Inclusion is a wide-ranging exploration of this new, global reality.
While many countries have been, and remain, resistant to migration, the sheer volume of people moving from one country to another is forcing public policy and perceptions to change. Migrant inclusion and integration, however, remains an issue in many locales. Insightful and timely, this volume brings together contributions from various countries and levels of the migrant experience in order to consider the ways in which states can facilitate the integration and inclusion of newcomers and minorities.
About the authors
James Frideres is the author of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada and First Nations in the 21st Century. He lives in Calgary.
John Biles is director of the Metropolis Project, Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Meyer Burstein is an international consultant working primarily in the field of migration, integration, and social policy. James Frideres is a professor in sociol