Government Integration Programme for 2016–2019 and Government Resolution on a Government Integration Programme
Työ- ja elinkeinoministeriö
Julkaisusarja:Publications of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment 47/2016
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The major conflicts of recent years are creating new types of migration pressures in Europe. This is also felt in Finland. For an extended period, the main reasons for migrating to Finland were family ties, work and studies. This situation changed in 2015, however, as the annual number of asylum seekers increased from approximately 3,000 to over 32,000. This change has necessitated a reassessment of the Finnish integration policy, legislation on integration and its implementation practices as well as resource allocations and official processes