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The last book of the ForAlps Network has been published!

Alpine Refugees
Immigration at the Core of Europe

Editor(s): Manfred Perlik, Giulia Galera, Ingrid Machold, Andrea Membretti


The book’s central assumption considers the Alps as a crossroads of different cultures, languages, and traditions that presents a unique opportunity to investigate migration on a relatively small scale. According to a comparative perspective, the specific analysis of Alpine migration processes enables a better understanding of the specific development patterns and challenges that lie ahead for other new immigration destinations. As illustrated by country-specific studies of Austria, Italy, and Switzerland, as well as brief excursion to Germany, the Alps can be regarded as a laboratory where the hostile reactions of local populations and examples of mismanagement go hand in hand with innovative reception initiatives whose use of effective policy tools and strategies have in several instances triggered local development dynamics.






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