Immigration in the circumpolar north: Integration and resilience

Nafisa Yeasmin (Editor), Md Waliul Hasanat (Editor), Jan Brzozowski (Editor), Stefan Kirchner (Editor)

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Immigration in the Circumpolar North: Integration and Resilience explores interconnected issues of integration and resilience among both immigrants and host communities in the Arctic region. It examines the factors that inhibit or enable the success of immigrants to the Arctic and the role of territoriality in the process of integration

This book showcases a variety of perspectives on circumpolar immigration, and includes insights from eight Arctic countries as well as thirteen ‘observer countries’ such as China, India, Singapore, Poland, Germany, France and Japan. It considers the solidarities and engagements of indigenous and other local peoples with the new coming immigrants and refugees, and the impact of immigration on the economic and societal life in the Circumpolar Arctic.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages212
ISBN (Electronic)9780429344275
ISBN (Print)9780367361693
Publication statusPublished - 2020
MoEC publication typeC2 Edited books

Field of science

  • International political science


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