Viđbótarskýrsla um 19. og 20. skýrslu Íslands um samning Sameinuđu ţjóđanna um afnám alls kynţáttamisréttis.
Although the number of non-citizens and persons of immigrant origin residing in Iceland is small by European standards, recent years have seen a significant increase in foreigners moving to the country. The Icelandic population has changed from a largely homogeneous and mono-cultural one to a multicultural one in little more than a decade. On 1 January 2008, there were 21,434 foreign nationals resident in the country, representing about 6.8% of the total population of 313,376. By comparison, the proportions in 1996 and 2000 were 1.9% and 3.1%, respectively.
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