Research details

Sheffield's migrant communities

Author[s] Vickers, Daniel and Campbell, Malcolm

Date 2008

Summary

Aims


The report for the Northern Refugee Centre provides an overview of the migrant population resident in Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Methodology


Secondary analysis of official data sources.

Key issues


The city's recent and predicated future population increase is linked to migration into the city: the non-white population was 10.8% according to the 2001 Census while in 2005 Sheffield City Council estimated the proportion to be 13.3%.

Conclusions


The official data [Worker Registration Scheme and the National Insurance Number registrations] do not provide an indication of the concentration of the Accession 8 [A8] migrants within Sheffield.

Further details

Resource type
working paper
Contact

Department of Geography, University of Sheffield





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