Linking Northern Communities socially, culturally and economically: East European Immigration in Scotland

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Abstract

This article summarises the findings of an outreach/public engagement and knowledge transfer project on East European migration and factors that help or hinder integration. It examines the situation of the most important groups of East European migrants to Scotland, particularly the Polish community, and analyses opportunities of integration through heritage projects and the awareness of a shared history of migration between Poland and Scotland.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherScottish Universities Insight Institute
Number of pages19
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2015

Publication series

NameOccasional Papers of the Scottish Universities Insight Institute
PublisherScottish Universities Insight Institute Strathclyde

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Keywords

  • Migration
  • Eastern Europe
  • Scotland
  • Polish community
  • integration
  • heritage

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Friedrich, K. (2015). Linking Northern Communities socially, culturally and economically: East European Immigration in Scotland. (Occasional Papers of the Scottish Universities Insight Institute). Scottish Universities Insight Institute.

Linking Northern Communities socially, culturally and economically : East European Immigration in Scotland. / Friedrich, Karin.

Scottish Universities Insight Institute, 2015. 19 p. (Occasional Papers of the Scottish Universities Insight Institute).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report

Friedrich, K 2015, Linking Northern Communities socially, culturally and economically: East European Immigration in Scotland. Occasional Papers of the Scottish Universities Insight Institute, Scottish Universities Insight Institute.
Friedrich K. Linking Northern Communities socially, culturally and economically: East European Immigration in Scotland. Scottish Universities Insight Institute, 2015. 19 p. (Occasional Papers of the Scottish Universities Insight Institute).
Friedrich, Karin. / Linking Northern Communities socially, culturally and economically : East European Immigration in Scotland. Scottish Universities Insight Institute, 2015. 19 p. (Occasional Papers of the Scottish Universities Insight Institute).
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