How migration continues to shape South Tyrol
Eurac Research presents its first interdisciplinary report.
Migration Report South Tyrol 2020
Until the mid-nineties talking about diversity in South Tyrol meant referring to its three historical language groups. Since then, the number of people with foreign citizenship who have chosen the province of South Tyrol as their new home, has been increasing steadily.
Even in the face of the pandemic, there are no indications the trend is likely to abate. Over the last twenty years, the number has almost tripled - from 16,000 in 2002 to over 50,000 in 2017.
This population with a migratory background not only adds new diversity to the region, but also presents new questions and challenges. In Eurac Research’s "Migration Report South Tyrol 2020", 30 researchers in the fields of sociology, geography, law, history, biology, anthropology, political science and linguistics analysed who the people migrating to South Tyrol are as well as their integration in the region’s schools, employment and political systems.
The 100-page report contains testimonies, infographics and images and has been designed as an instrument for supporting local policies and as informative reading and educational material.
Johanna Mitterhofer - email@example.com
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