people with a migration background in Bavaria - well over three million people - experience seems to be less discrimination than in the rest of the Federal territory. They identify "more strongly with their place of residence". This is evident from the Expertise prepared by the expert Council of German foundations for Integration and Migration on behalf of the Bavarian Ministry of the interior. In their report, the experts made it clear, however, the refugees who have come since 2014, after Germany, still the "not adequately taken into consideration".
in Bavaria, the Interior and integration Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) sees the new Expertise, however, as a confirmation, "that we in Bavaria are very successful integration". Integration in the free state of high political and social importance. The carrying fruits. Most of the migrants interviewed had "frequent contact with the local population", they would self-attest to knowledge of the language and also "in your standard ideas to those of the native population" approach.
However, the Minister said: After all, almost three out of ten respondents - specifically, 28 percent claimed to have already discrimination on the part of the German citizens experienced. In some Places action was "still a need", said Herrmann. But here, too, the cutting of the free state, better than the rest of the Federal territory, where slightly more than 33 percent of the respondents had reported discriminatory experiences.
What relates to unpleasant encounters with the majority population and the various migrant groups seems to have different experiences. In the group of ethnic German repatriates from the former Soviet Union, about two out of ten respondents, according to the study, to have inequalities, "in Turkey, there are born twice as many". A quarter of the respondents with a Turkish migration background feel even "somewhat strong" or "very much" disadvantaged. All things pointed to the fact that "experienced discrimination are closely linked to religious affiliation". Nearly 44 percent of the respondents of Muslim faith felt because of your Religion is discriminated against.