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  • 1. NNOORRWWAAYY By: Sara, Maite, Ania Garcia , Javier and Andrea Berdonces
  • 2. IndexPage 1: Shield of NorwayPage 2: LocationPage 3: SvalbardPage 4: Territorial organisationPage 5: OsloPage 6: Images of OsloPage 7: PopulationPage 8: MigrationPage 9: EvolutionPage 10: GraphicPage 11: Effects of populationPage 12: ImmigrationPage 13: EffectsPage 14: GraphicPage 15: ReligionPage 16: PassportPage 17: LanguagesPage 18: Video
  • 3. SHIELD OF NORWAY1
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  • 5. SVALBARDCapital city: LongyearbyenInhabitants: 2900Only 3 islands are inhabited.Spitzbergen, Hopen andBear Island.Bear IslandHopenSpitzbergen3
  • 6. TERRITORIAL ORGANISATION OF NORWAY4
  • 7. OSLO:- Main capital of Norway.- Political, economic and culturalcity centre- 607,000 inhabitants. 12% ofNorway.- It is a metropolitan area.5
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  • 9. - Aproximatly speak norwegian 5 millionpeople.- 10.8 births /1000 inhabitants1. POPULATION INTHE COUNTRY- 9.22 deaths/1000 inhabitants- Rate of natural increase 3.25 / 1000inhabitants- Population density: 15,5/inhabitants km27
  • 10. The migration balance: difference between thenumber of people that came to a territory andthe ones that left during the year.The migration balance of Norway is the13.1 % Rindal and Beiarn are themunicipalities of Norway that have theless immigrants.8
  • 11. In 1665 the populationwas 440,000 and since1769 grew 64,5%Between 2005 and 2010population grew 4.9%.In 2010 population wasabout 4.600.000Between the years1980-1985 populationgrow 1.6%2. EVOLUTION OFPOPULATIONThe changes ofpopulation that have acountry.9
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  • 13. 3.EFFECTS OF POPULATION:- Overpopulation: Number of people exceed the natural resources.- Access to food and clean water- Main problem.- Population increases – waste increases – serious problems andpublic health problems.11
  • 14. IMMIGRATIONThe number of immigrants:550,000It is increasing.The five largest immigrant groups in Norway are Polish, Swedish,Pakistani, Somali and Iraqui.12
  • 15. EFFECTS OF IMMIGRATION IN SOCIETY- Demographic:The immigrants of other parts of Europe: the immigrants haveincreased from 46,000 to 280,000 from the year 1977 to 2012.The immigrants from other parts that aren’t from Europe: they haveincreased from 25,000 to 127,000 from the 1977 to 2012.- Crime:People from Norway have more options to be convicted for a felonythan immigrants. It has inceased 0,5 from 2001 to 2004.13
  • 16. Natural growth birthAbsolute growth Birth + immigration14
  • 17. RELIGION- Most common: Christianism- Apart from Christianism the largest one is: Islam- Immigrants introduce: Hinduism, judaism…- Western society15
  • 18. PASSPORT• Nacionality law• Responsible for the administration of immigration in the country• Established in 198816
  • 19. LANGUAGESNorth NorwegianTrondelag NorwegianEast NorwegianNorwegian17
  • 20. BibliographyShield of Norway:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NorwayLocation:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NorwaySvalbard:http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/SvalbardTerritorial organisation:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NorwayOslo:http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/OsloPopulation:http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/WorldStats/UNCTAD-natural-increase-rate-inhabitants.htmlMigration:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_NorwayEvolution:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_NorwayGraphic:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_NorwayEffects of population:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_NorwayImmigration:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_NorwayEffects:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_NorwayGraphic:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_NorwayReligion:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_NorwayPassport:http://mylittlenorway.com/2009/01/work-and-residency-permits-for-norway/Languages:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NorwayVideo:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPgoYyZCslc
  • 21. By : Ania Garcia , Maite , Sara , Javier and Andrea BerdoncesTHE END

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