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Using migration data locally - examples from research and practice

Migration Yorkshire held several local seminars on migration data and statistics in March and April 2011. Delegates were able to develop their knowledge of migration statistics and patterns in their area, and share approaches to planning services to include newcomers when data on migration is limited.

A variety of local researchers and practitioners shared their expertise, and you can download their presentations using the links below. Each presentation is copyright the organisation that produced it: please contact the copyright holder directly if you want to reproduce any of the content. If you cannot find contact details in the documents, please contact us and we'll try to help.


Yorkshire and Humber or general

Debunking myths about social housing  [PowerPoint, 423 KB]
Sheffield Hallam University

Including migrants in Joint Strategic Needs Assessment - a guide  [PowerPoint, 502 KB]
Tandem

Profile of Eastern European Residents in Yorkshire and the Humber  [PowerPoint, 1 MB]
Yorkshire Forward - Chief Economist Unit


Humber

Meeting the needs of the migrant community in North Lincolnshire  [PowerPoint, 1.6 MB]
North Lincolnshire Council

Migration data for the Humber: what’s available and what does it tell us?  [PowerPoint, 447 KB]
Migration Yorkshire

Translating migration information - North East Lincolnshire  [PowerPoint, 351 KB]
North East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus


Leeds City Region

Migration data for Leeds City Region: what’s available and what does it tell us?  [PowerPoint, 500 KB]
Migration Yorkshire

Planning services at the Children's Society LEAP Programme, Leeds  [PowerPoint, 2.3 MB]
Children’s Society LEAP Programme

Translating migration information to a local context: evidence from the Barnsley Migrant Worker Research project  [PowerPoint, 372 KB]
Centre for Employment Relations Innovation and Change - University of Leeds
 


South Yorkshire

Migration data for South Yorkshire: what’s available and what does it tell us?  [PowerPoint, 487 KB]
Migration Yorkshire

New Europeans in central Sheffield  [PowerPoint, 2.8 MB]
Sheffield New Arrivals Service

Translating migration information to a local context: evidence from the Barnsley Migrant Worker Research project  [PowerPoint, 372 KB]
Centre for Employment Relations Innovation and Change - University of Leeds

Using migration statistics in service planning in South Yorkshire - focus on Doncaster [Word, 59 KB]
Northern Refugee Centre
 


Contact for more information

Pip Tyler, Research and Policy Manager
Phone: 0113 395 2438
Email: pip.tyler@migrationyorkshire.org.uk



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More information

If you have any questions about migration statistics or local migration profiles, contact Pip Tyler:


Phone: 0113 395 2438