News and events

The links below go to new items on the website. The links on the left of this page go to current consultations, vacancies, events and our news subscription services.

30-July-2021 Hong Kong Hub for BN[O] newcomers to Yorkshire and Humber New to the Migration Yorkshire website
30-July-2021 Voluntary sector to receive funding to support Hong Kong arrivals New funding announcement from MHCLG
27-July-2021 Policy update May 2021 The latest statistics, policy and research on migration issues
26-July-2021 Local migration profiles and summaries Trends in Yorkshire and Humber
23-July-2021 Assistant family key worker Dominion Training vacancy
06-June-2021 Newcomers briefings Arrivals in Yorkshire and Humber and in local areas in 2019
11-May-2021 Hong Kong British National [Overseas] visa Updated briefing
30-April-2021 Refugee employment dynamics in Yorkshire and the Humber - new information guide Get your copy on Employability Day!
29-April-2021 Children and Families Wellbeing Project New videos and evaluation report
26-April-2021 A new strategic approach to refugee integration in the region Your chance to find out more
09-April-2021 New Plan for Immigration Home Office consultation
06-April-2021 What Yorkshire folk think about refugee issues Find out the results of our survey in Yorkshire and Humber in December 2020
05-March-2021 Channel crossings, migration and asylum seeking routes through the EU Migration Yorkshire response to Home Affairs Select Committee consultation
12-February-2021 Policy update January 2021 The latest statistics, policy and research on migration issues
10-February-2021 English language learning provision for refugees: new toolkit Introducing our new free ESOL resource
04-December-2020 Post Brexit immigration policy Two new briefings on post Brexit immigration policy
03-September-2020 Policy update July 2020 The latest statistics, policy and research on migration issues
28-August-2020 Resources for research on changing communities Tools to share!



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