The Legends Journal of European History Studies
Yazarlar: AYLA OĞUZ
Anahtar Kelimeler:Britain, Postcolonial, Migrant, Secondary, Multicultural.
Özet: The arrival of migrants in various European countries during the twentieth century led to inevitable changes and transformations in the social structures of the countries. In particular, Europe after the Second World War faced huge waves of migration. It is a migration model called colonial migration model that gives priority to migrants from colonies in migration acceptance, especially in the United Kingdom. There are many migrants in the UK that have migrated from the Commonwealth of Nations. The post-colonial era significantly increased migration from colonial countries to Britain, and migrants were subordinated to a secondary position in the multicultural British society despite of the arrangements. In this context, this article focuses on discussing the inequalities that migration creates in multicultural British society.