Immigrants from Sri Lanka in Sicily are the prevailing representatives of the Indian Subcontinent. Their migration took place with the beginning of the ethnic conflict which started in 1983. The two communities, Sinhalese and Tamils, decided to settle respectively in Catania and Palermo proposing the same distrust of the conflict. So the “two solitudes” of the twomajor Sicilian cities are also the mirror of the lack of communication of the two ethnic groups of Sri Lanka.
|Numero di pagine||6|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2012|