The trends of extensive migration started after the Second World War. Increasing migration has lead to cross cultural interaction in the same region. Due to the cross cultural situation societal diversity has become a common phenomenon in the global arena. Slowly but surely migration has led to diverse society. Over the time migration has impacted the societies in both ways i.e. positively and negatively. But its contribution towards the societal diversity cannot be ignored. In the modern era of globalization migration is inevitable. This omnipresence factor has sheer reflection on the societal diversities. Here in this essay a detailed discussion and analysis will be done on how the migration has led to increasingly diverse societies.
According to the report of International Labour Organization, in the last two decades organizations across the world have hired significant numbers of the foreign employees. All these foreign employees are belonging different backgrounds in terms of ethnicity, race, education, language and preferences. Under this context societal diversity is an automatic situation. These societal diversity resulted from migration has created lots of issues. Recently Asian migrant’s especially Indian students have faced significant violence in Australia. Often in the diverse societal situations migrants face social discriminations due to their skin colures, languages and cultures. It is often being observed that when migrants leave their home countries and settle in the foreign countries, always carry their cultures with them. Over the years this has caused various issues. Migrants have been physically attacked by the native people and sometimes they have been killed by the attackers. These are all results of the societal diversity. Recently one survey has revealed that, 42% of Indian has faced racial discriminations in Australia. There are lots of psychological factors related with the increasingly diverse societies. It