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Superdiversity and sub-national autonomous regions: perspectives from the South Tyrolean case

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Roberta Medda-WindischerEuropean Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC), Italy

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For many sub-national autonomous territories where traditional-historical groups (‘old minorities’) migration is a stable and increasingly important reality. From the perspective of the autonomous province of Bozen/Bolzano in Italy (South Tyrol), I will analyse whether the interests and claims of old and new minority groups are in permanent conflict and tension, or whether they can develop through various forms of synergy and collaboration. The aim of this contribution is to provide deeper insights into the governance of superdiversity by looking at the perspective of sub-national units characterised by the presence of historical groups and new migrant communities.

Roberta Medda-WindischerEuropean Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC), Italy

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