The Many Faces of the Prism Called “Identity”


The EU enlargement is creating development opportunities – due to the flow of migrants from the former communist countries. But a study by Caritas indicates that the situation will probably stabilize with the increase in wealth of the new European partners. The real problem will be how to manage the processes of ethnic, religious and cultural integration.

The EU enlargement is creating development opportunities – due to the flow of migrants from the former communist countries. But a study by Caritas indicates that the situation will probably stabilize with the increase in wealth of the new European partners. The real problem will be how to manage the processes of ethnic, religious and cultural integration.

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