Integration in Canada of Muslim women immigrants from the Middle East
Immigrants' Integration Seen Through the Prism of Multiculturalism
Islam within Europe: A Clash of Civilizations?
Media use and identity construction among Russian immigrants in Canada
Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East
The Religious Lives of Immigrant Muslim Women in Canada
Integration of Russian immigrants into Finnish labour market & Society
Integration and Muslim identities in settlement
Integration and Co-existence of Immigrants
Immigration and Ethnic Socio-Economic Stratification
The Middle East: Past and Present. Part 1
Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East
The Labour Market Integration of Turkish Immigrants in Germany
The Great War for Civilisation: The Conquest of the Middle East
The Economics of Middle East Peace – Views from the Region
The migration and settlement of immigrants in Cameroon- Africa, was greatly felt in the late 1960s during the period of civil unrest in some African countries. In this region, the immigrants had to integrate and co-exist with the inhabitants. These immigrants are mostly involved in trade and in a lesser extend agricultural activities. These immigrants through their various forms of socio-economic activities played an important role in the development of the area, but the challenges face by these immigrants in their integration and co-existing process such as high and numerous taxes, lacks of equal access to employment, language difficulties, resident permit, xenophobic attitudes of the natives affected their activities and led many who could not cope with the challenges to leave the area to other countries in and out of Africa. Therefore, this book provides an analytical aspect of challenges and methods by which immigrants and nations can overcome the problem of integration and co-existence in their regions. It therefore becomes apparent that immigrants, students, teachers, administrators, Governments, social affairs ministries, and the general public need a book as such.