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A migration-friendly city is one where the voices, skills and passion of refugees and migrants flourish, so that all branches of the community are fully invested in its future, and the social and economic fabric of the region is strengthened.
After three years running MiFriendly Cities, it’s now time to share our learning and insights more widely.
Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton City Councils, 8 other project partners and our project participants look forward to hosting you in March. In the meantime, if you have any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us and fellow delegates from across the UK and Europe, including:
Our event will be richer and brighter with your attendance!
Event welcome from our Chair for the day, Ros Johnson, project Legacy Officer
Introduction to the MiFriendly Cities project
City Council perspectives
Project participant perspectives
Launch of our new project film, exclusive project content and our online exhibition, plus an overview of our afternoon workshops
Together, let’s watch our new film about the project
BREAK – Use the break to watch exclusive content about the project
Our exclusive content is designed to communicate the breadth of the MiFriendly Cities project, sharing what we did and how we did it. We recommend you view the content related to the corresponding workshops you plan to attend in the afternoon.
Webinar style presentations (15-30mins each):
Workshop session A
Workshop session B
15 min BREAK after workshops
MiFriendly Cities Share Our Journey afternoon session
Discussion panel with MiFriendly City participants and project partners
This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative.