The upcoming seminar will concern the latest MMO report Immigrants in Cracow in 2021 by Konrad Pędziwiatr, Marcin Stonawski and Jan Brzozowski.
The report shows changes in the structure of the immigrant population in Krakow in 2021 compared to 2020 and 2019 based on the latest data from various registers (including data from ZUS, registration information, residence cards, or declarations on entrusting work to a foreigner). At the end of 2021, immigrants constituted approx. 10% of Krakow’s population. Despite the domination of Ukrainian citizens, the migrant community is becoming increasingly diverse. Among others, the number of such national groups (along with Ukrainians) as Belarusians, Georgians, Russians, Indians, but also Spaniards, Italians, British, Brazilians, and Moldovans was growing. The report describes the significant demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the foreigners’ population in the city and identifies the places with the highest concentration of immigrants in Krakow. It also describes in details their legal situation and participation in the education system and the city’s economy.
Meeting will be held in Polish.
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Meeting ID: 860 3928 2367