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11-December-2017 Great opportunities with Migration Yorkshire Don't miss our comms, data, integration and policy vacancies
11-December-2017 Office Co-ordinator- Refugee Council Refugee Council are looking for a new Office Coordinator.
04-December-2017 Project Manager - Asylum Guides National Programme Job with Refugee Action
27-October-2017 Policy update October 2017 The latest statistics, policy and research on migration issues.
25-October-2017 Resettling refugees: support after the first year New guide for local authorities
28-September-2017 Newcomer briefings Statistics on the newest arrivals to local areas in Yorkshire and Humber
03-August-2017 Local migration profile summaries Trends in Yorkshire and Humber
19-July-2017 Migration priorities for this Parliament Migration Yorkshire briefing
19-July-2017 Policy update July 2017 The latest statistics, policy and research on migration issues.
10-July-2017 South Yorkshire Roma reports Out today
29-March-2017 Policy update March 2017 The latest statistics, policy and research on migration issues.
16-March-2017 Inquiry into immigration and integration [stage two] Our response to call for evidence
09-March-2017 Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children Migration Yorkshire briefing paper
13-February-2017 Our region's support for 'Dubs' unaccompanied child refugees Statement from Migration Yorkshire
31-January-2017 Asylum Accommodation report: Home Office urged to investigate Statement from Migration Yorkshire
30-January-2017 "We remain committed to welcoming refugees and building cohesive communities" Yorkshire and Humber speaks out
22-December-2016 The region's response to the refugee crisis in 2016 Press release
23-August-2016 Syrian refugee resettlement A guide for local authorities

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