Research details

Leeds

Author[s] Refugee Support

Date 2008

Summary

Aims


This locality study was part of the research undertaken by Middlesex University on behalf of Refugee Support on 'New Migrants in England and their Needs'.

Key issues


The report provides a brief history of migration and recent population changes in the cities. Basic statistics are provided from the 2001 census and national insurance registrations on non-UK born residents, asylum support statistics and National Statistics on industries of employment. The labour market, local activities and development that has responded to migrant populations are summarised. The report also identifies needs, gaps and priorities relating to housing and advice, English language courses, employment and advice, health and destitution.

Further details

Resource type
electronic source
Published by
Refugee Support





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