Webinar: How do neighbourhoods experience migration?
This webinar will look at key learning from the Communities up Close research.
Join IPPR and Migration Yorkshire in exploring the findings from our Communities up Close project. This ambitious two year qualitative research project has taken researchers to ten neighbourhoods across Yorkshire and Humber, where we’ve talked with over 300 residents and professionals in the region to understand how different neighbourhoods have experienced and responded to recent migration.
This event will be held in two parts:
- Between 10.30am and 11.45am, join IPPR, Migration Yorkshire and local authority officers for an online webinar as we present our research findings. Hear how the research has informed participating councils.
- The webinar will be followed by a drop-in chat over lunch (between 12.00noon and 1.00pm) which will provide an opportunity to talk further about the research findings and discuss ways forward for changing neighbourhoods. Attendance is optional - feel free to stay for as long as you like!
This event is open to anyone interested in integration, community cohesion and how places are shaped by migration, including:
- Local authority officers, elected members, police, health and voluntary and community sector staff who work with local communities
- Researchers, think tanks and academics
- Policy makers and advisers
- NGOs, unions and trade bodies
To register for this event please click here. Please note, the registration page is run by Migration Yorkshire.
This event is held in partnership with Migration Yorkshire.