"The Future of the Arctic Human Population – Migration in the North" introduces the challenges of Arctic migration by exploring the structures and conditions of integration from migrants’ and immigrants’ perspectives.
The book was edited by Dr. Nafisa Yeasmin, Prof. Satu Uusiautti, Prof. Timo Koivurova and Prof. Timothy Heleniak and focuses on four themes: immigration and labor market; gender and Arctic migration; the role of local languages and education in integration; and outward migration from the Arctic.
The articles in the book bring up regional differences in policies and their implementation. How to promote innovative solutions to the challenges of cultural differences, acceptance, integration into local communities, and joining the labor market by acknowledging also the perspectives of well-being?
Contributors of the articles are international top researchers. The multidisciplinary book is serves all interested in the theme of Arctic migration. It also can be used as a text book or additional reading in the courses of social and behavioral sciences.
Further information about the contents and orders:
The Future of the Arctic Human Population – Migration in the North (Routledge, 2022)
Nafisa Yeasmin, PhD, Project Manager, nafisa.yeasmin(at)ulapland.fi
Satu Uusiautti, Professor, Vice-rector, satu.uusiautti(at)ulapland.fi
Timo Koivurova, Research Professor, timo.koivurova(at)ulapland.fi