Research details

A8 migration in Bradford. A template for action.

Author[s] Bradford Central and Eastern European Working Group

Date 2006

Summary

Aims


The report provides a review of the work of the Bradford Central and Eastern European Working Group to provide a tool for others interested in supporting new accession state migrants integrate.

Key issues


The report looks at why people from EU accession states are moving to the UK in relation to conditions in the country of origin and the UK labour market. Key groups and areas of residence in Bradford are reviewed. The report describes how the working group formed and assesses the work done by the group, including regular meetings and consultation work with people from Central and Eastern European countries.

Conclusions


Agencies are willing to adapt services to new arrivals - communication between agencies is important, and improved systems to respond will assist present and future accession state settlers.

Recommendations


Detailed recommendations from the consultation are aimed at a range of service providers in areas of the economy and jobs; education; health and social care; community safety and community cohesion; and environment and homes.

Further details

Resource type
report
Published by
Bradford Central and Eastern European Working Group, Bradford





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