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29 per cent of 15-year-olds in Britain now come from immigrant backgrounds

OECD rapporten er om skoleresultater, men en nok så vigtig information er antallet af unge, som er indvandrede. Det fortæller om en irreversibel  forandring af navnlig Nordeuropa, der aldrig har været forelagt befolkningerne:

Almost 29 per cent of 15-year-olds in Britain now come from an immigrant background, new data from an international think tank reveals today.

The figure is higher than the EU average of 21 per cent but similar to both France, at 26 per cent, and Germany, at 28 per cent. The figure is higher in Ireland and Belgium. It includes second generation immigrants, natives of mixed heritage, first generation immigrants and people returning after being born abroad.

The study, by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), also shows immigrant children who arrive in the UK aged 12 or older are less likely to do well at school and to feel like they belong, according to a study. Almost 29 per cent of 15-year-olds in Britain now come from immigrant backgrounds, international think tank reveals.

I mange store, tyske byer udgør indvandrede over 50 procent af de 0-7-årige.


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