11 Most Multicultural Countries in The World

If we check the most multicultural countries, we find the result that those countries are the most multicultural ones that have the highest percentage of foreign-born population. Because of the Syrian Civil War more than 4.8 million people have fled from their country which caused a refugee crisis all over the world. These refugees have overwhelmed Turkey and Europe, causing a huge humanitarian crisis in the last few decades. Not only Syrians, but Afghani and Iraqis have also moved, trying to secure asylums in EU countries. The public reaction was mainly negative as people were afraid of terrorism, or terrorists’ infiltrating countries. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 11 most multicultural countries in the world.

According to the numbers in 2015 there were more than 1.3 million asylum claims in EU countries; most of them were from Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan. According to the OECD data, many of the most multicultural countries in the world are also among the richest countries in the world by GDP per capita. Migrants and refugees included are responsible for a significant part of that success. We have picked three countries from their list: Belgium, Sweden, and Slovenia. In Belgium the percentage of foreign-born residents is 15.5. In 2007, the percentage of foreign-born residents in the country was 12.9%, with some 1.38 million people living in Belgium, but being born in a different country. You can also check our list of Most Ethnically Diverse Cities in the World.

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