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Migrant Integration in Rural Areas - Evidence from New Countries of Immigration
Vol. 9, No. 1, 2007

Guest-Editor: Birgit Jentsch, Ionad Nàiseanta na h-Imrich (National Centre for Migration Studies), Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Isle of Skye

      Migrant Integration in Rural and Urban Areas of New Settlement Countries: Thematic Introduction, pp .1-12
Birgit Jentsch


      Fresh or Refreshed Talent: Exploring Population Change in Europe and Some Policy Initiatives, pp. 13-34
Mike Danson


      Migrant Workers in Rural Scotland: “Going to the Middle of Nowhere”, pp. 35-53
Birgit Jentsch, Philomena De Lima, Brian MacDonald


      Changing Places: Voluntary Sector Work with Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Core and Peripheral Regions of the UK, pp. 54-74
Allan Findlay, Nicholas Fyfe, Emma Stewart


      The Challenge of Migrant Integration in Ireland, pp. 75-90
Piaras Mac Éinrí


      OPEN FORUM: Recognition of the Qualifications of Migrant Workers: Reconciling the Interests of Individuals, Countries of Origin and Countries of Destination, pp. 91-112
Sophie Nonnenmacher


      OPEN FORUM: Managed Multiculturalism in Finnish Media Initiatives, pp. 113-130
Karina Horsti


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