Migrants' Rights Network

London – From hostile to hospitable: supporting migrants in a challenging environment

Praxis’ seminar, From hostile to hospitable: supporting migrants in a challenging environment, will focus on best practices in service delivery for migrants in Tower Hamlets and London, and it is directed to frontline workers and other professionals involved in service planning and delivery.

During the seminar we will host an opening panel discussion as well as four workshops focusing on different topics affecting migrants in the borough, such as No Recourse to Public Funds and Domestic Violence, ESOL and integration, EU communities at-risk and access to health, and responses to the Windrush Scandal.

The seminar is the final activity within the framework of the New Residents and Refugee Forum, run by Praxis and commissioned by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, which aims to give a voice to migrants and the challenges they face, and to co-produce responses to these issues.

It is a forum with wide participation from migrant residents, public sector representatives, voluntary organisations, community groups and faith communities. The seminar, a culmination of our work running the New Residents and Refugee Forum within the past 12 months, is a unique opportunity to bring together decision makers and operational managers from services and organisations across Tower Hamlets and London, as well as expert speakers and facilitators.

Free registration and details on the Eventbrite page.

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