- May 2016
Yes, it is but why are wetalking about the recepient most if the time? There is no such extensive assessment of migrants intentionally refusing to integrate.
So Integration was achieved? Which means the country wanted and allowed it? What changed .
And than the consequence is that in many cases the second generation seems to fell foreigner in Europe (outside the ghetto) and has an idealized image of the home countries of their ancestors.
For instance, in the case of my country, Portugal, the gypsies are still not fully integrated and they are here for centuries.