Strategic Migration Partnerships (SMPs) are Local Government led partnerships funded by, but independent of, the Home Office, whose role is to coordinate and support delivery of national programmes in asylum and refugee schemes as well as agreed regional and devolved migration priorities. There are 12 SMP partnerships across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. The hosting arrangements for each partnership may differ depending on regional and national structures.Find out more
The Strategic Migration Partnership organises and runs a range of topical events for our members and their partner organisations.
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25th October 2023
Dealing with Vicarious Traumatisation and BurnoutThis training is exclusively for colleagues that work with the Refugee & Asylum...Read more
2nd November 2023
Supporting Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority Groups with Perinatal Mental Health Support in Essex - In Person MeetingSupporting Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority Groups with Perinatal Mental Health Support in...Read more
20th October 2023
LGBT Mummies and South-East London Maternity Services Open Dialogue WorkshopRead more
Parallel Lives Project
Working across the region to identify Roma populations and work with public sector partners in these areas to build skills and share best practice to ensure that this marginalised community is given equal access to services and opportunities.
A partnership across EU countries at local council level to learn from one another how to meet the needs of newly arrived refugees.
A project to open opportunities for active citizenship to EU citizens living and working in the UK.
Cultural competence training for social care professionals working with and delivered by third country nationals.
Cultural competence training for health professionals working with and delivered by third country nationals.
Wellbeing and Work for Refugees
The project is based on the principle that being economically active is the most significant step towards becoming integrated in UK society. This project is part funded by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union.