Transatlantic Trends: Immigration
Knowing before deciding: The Compagnia di San Paolo supports the European survey Transatlantic Trends: Immigration Survey results are presented at the Chamber of Deputies today at 3pm
Torino, 15th December 2011 – The survey Transatlantic Trends: Immigration, supported by the Compagnia di San Paolo and presented today at the Chamber of Deputies in Rome, compares data about public opinion regarding immigration and integration in various European countries and the United States. In order for the Compagnia and those operating in the field to work more efficiently, the former strongly supports studies, research and think tanks on the subject. Transatlantic Trends reports are among the most authoritative regarding transatlantic politics, economics and new liaisons between powers.
Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 confirms that Italians, despite claiming to welcome people leaving their country in search of something better, see immigration as a problem that Europe and the government have to face together. In supporting this study the Compagnia will offer valid scientific support to those having to decide and work around a highly complex question, which still has a long way to go, as highlighted by recent events, says Piero Gastaldo, Secretary General of the Compagnia di San Paolo.