Tamils population around the world is 80 millions. Most of them are ethnic Tamils.
Swiss Tamils refer to the Swiss citizens of Tamil as well as expatriate residents of Tamil origin living in Switzerland.Most of the Tamils in Switzerland are from Sri Lanka, who came to Switzerland during 1980s and 1990s as refugees due to the Sri Lankan Civil War. Tamils first came to Switzerland in the 1980s as refugees fleeing civil war in Sri Lanka and now make up a sizeable community in the country. Since the ‘80s thousands of Tamil refugees fled to Switzerland. The Tamils are well integrated in the Swiss society and have proved themselves as a hard-working people and many young Tamils …
The roots of the global Tamil diaspora, which began in the 1950s but accelerated dramatically in the 1980s, can be traced back to three major historical processes which, in the final decades of the twentieth century, converged dynamically in the context of ethnonationalist conflict. The relationship between Tamils living in India and Srilanka has been very good for a long time.
And Srilankan Tamils have also appreciated this gesture. And there are only about 6 million Swiss.
Tamils first came to Switzerland in the 1980s as refugees fleeing civil war in Sri Lanka and now make up a sizeable community in the country. SWITZERLAND has about 40,000 Tamils the majority of whom are from Sri Lanka who went as refugees. To foster connections between these businesses and to encourage members to refer business to each other. Sri Lankans in Switzerland refer to Sri Lankans living in Switzerland. Promoting commercial and economic activities between Tamil business …
Although they are well entrenched in the country and integrated with the local community, yet they are actively alive to their Hindu religious and Tamil cultural links. Some live in … There are about 46,000 to 55,000 Swiss of Sri Lankan origin and Sri Lankan expatriates living in Switzerland. 90% of Tamils are in India (72 millions) which are in the states of Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry mainly. There are 45,000 Tamils in Switzerland, a number more significant than it might at first appear. Although they encountered prejudices at first, Tamils are now regarded as having adapted well to their new home.
Although they encountered prejudices at first, Tamils are now regarded as having adapted well to their new home. The purpose of Tamils Business Connections is to bring together business professionals from World Tamil Community. Around 4 million Tamils are in Sri Lanka which is next major population center for Tamils.
But they are still not fully integrated.
Now it’s time that they should return home again.
For there are less than 3.5 million Tamils in Sri Lanka. Tamils in India has always voiced for each and every problem that Srilankan Tamils faced.
The demonstration in Switzerland was called for by the Swiss Council of Eezham Tamils (SCET), Akkinip Pa’ravaika’l (Phoenix), and Tamil Women Association in Switzerland.
Tamils Should Return Home – Switzerland.
Asylum-Seekers; According to the Swiss Federal government, the security situation in Sri Lanka has eased now.
His life had taken him from the northern tip of Sri Lanka to a pebble-dashed semi in north-west London and finally to a cold square in Geneva. Thus, one in every 80 Sri Lankan Tamils lives in Switzerland. Most of the Tamils in Switzerland are from Sri Lanka, who came to Switzerland during 1980s and 1990s as refugees due to the Sri Lankan Civil War.