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Migration Services in Wales Project Consultation Meetings

North Wales workshop

Date: 8th June 2015, 2.30pm to 4.30pm

Venue: Venue Cymru, The Promenade, Llandudno LL30 1BB

Presentation from Yvonni Markaki followed by a consultation session to listen to your needs.

Yvonni Markaki works with the Migration Observatory. Her interests include the impacts of international migration, immigrants’ integration and participation in the labour market, and attitudes towards immigrants among the native-born population.

The project aims to engage stakeholders across Wales to increase understanding of migration policy and practice. We aim to facilitate the development of a strategic approach to migration in Wales. We use the term ‘migration’ in its broadest sense, encompassing EU mobility, forced migration, irregular migration, and family, student and labour migration.

As part of this we will produce a series of ten legal and policy briefings. In order to make sure that these meet the needs of key stakeholders in Wales (you) we are consulting on what policy areas these briefings should address and what kind of information and data they need to contain.

We are holding a meeting in Llandudno on 9th June. A booking form is attached. Places are limited due to the size of the venues so in order to book your place please fill in the form, making sure to tell us which event you want to go to, and email to me, Pat Dunmore at pat.dunmore@welshrefugeecouncil.org.uk by 27th May 2015.

Please feel free to forward this to anyone else you feel would be interested. We are trying to get a range of people from different policy areas and types of organisations to try and ensure we capture as many views as possible.

Migration Policy Booking form


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