In order to mitigate the negative consequences of its demographic development, Germany will have to attract more immigrants in the future. Non-EU countries are likely to become significant countries of origin as the demographic situation in many EU member states is similar to that of Germany. The study examines Canada’s experiences – which has traditionally been a country of immigration – with regards to immigration and integration management and derives recommendations for policy-makers in Germany.
Here you can find the complete study as a PDF.
The study was supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
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