Ensuring that the East of England can maximise the benefits of migration

The Strategic Migration Partnership

The Strategic Migration Partnership

The Partnership is a tiered regional network which works with partners to develop and support local migrant worker and asylum seekers and refugee networks, encompassing grass roots organisations and a network of multi-agency fora.

Strategic Migration Partnership Newsflash

Strategic Migration Partnership Newsflash

The Newsflash is issued every two weeks and is a roundup of publications, information, events, funding and jobs relating to asylum seekers, refugees and migrant workers for anyone who wants to keep up to date with the latest developments.

HSE encourages potato farmers in the East of England to consider safety as it launches latest inspection initiative

5th September 2017

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is reminding farmers who grow potatoes in the East of England of the importance of managing risks to workers during the potato harvest as it launches its latest inspection initiative.

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‘Active Citizens Together’ a success!

5th September 2017

The Strategic Migration Partnership’s ‘Active Citizens Together’ Project has been running across the region since 1st October 2015, and ends on 30th September this year.

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  • Universal Credit Training

    26 February 201810:00 - 16:00

    Conference Room West, West Suffolk House, Western Way, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3 YU

    Universal Credit training day for resettlement caseworkers

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  • Work and Friends and Family

    19 March 201810:00 - 16:00

    Cambridge Professional Development Centre, Cambridge CB2 9NL

    Regional event to look at how work, friends and family contribute to well-being among refugees resettled in East of England

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About the Strategic Migration Partnership

The East of England Local Government Association hosts the regional Strategic Migration Partnership, one of twelve UK partnerships funded by the Home Office

The Partnership is a tiered regional network which works with partners to develop and support local migrant worker and asylum seekers and refugee networks, encompassing grass roots organisations and a network of multi-agency fora and specialist and task groups. All local groups feed into a regional Migrant Worker Steering Group and the Asylum and Refugee Reference Group, each with a mechanism to feed into respective national bodies.