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In this Twentieth Report, the ISMU Foundation reconstructs and analyzes the migration
flows that in the last two decades have seen a growth of the foreign population from
750,000 to five million units, thus definitely marking Italy's transformation from an
emigration into an immigration country.
In the course of these two decades, the migration phenomenon has undergone significant changes. In particular, there has been an increase in the number of families residing in the country and of foreign minors, who have reached one million and most of whom were born in Italy.
With a specific attention to how this situation has changed, this volume examines the usual areas of interest (demography, legislation, economy and labour, school and education, health and welfare, families and minors, housing conditions) and carries out an investigation at international level.
Reconstructing the last twenty years therefore means re-examining the most important stages of the migration process, highlighting its salient aspects.
1 - Twenty years of immigration in Italy
2 - Statistical aspects
3 - The legal aspects
4 - Work
5 - Education
6 - Health
7 - Migrant children
8 - Attitudes towards immigration
9 - The issue of refugees
10 - Two decades of governance of migration flows and of support of migrants' integration in Europe
11 - The KING project: Knoweledge for INtegration Governance