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Syrian refugees at Bessastaðir.

Support For Immigrants Increased Significantly

Public funding for all immigration and refugee related matters in Iceland will more than double next year, with sources claiming the amount will go from 150 million krónas to 410 million.

Þorsteinn Víglundsson, Iceland's Minister of Social Affairs and Equality

Iceland's Minister of Social Affairs Thinks Immigrants Deserve Better

Icelandic Minister of Social Affairs, Þorsteinn Víglundsson, wrote a lengthy post on his Facebook profile, discussing the matter of refugees. The post delves into the arguments used by those who are against taking in more refugees, due to it preventing Iceland from improving pensions for the...