Waterford Integration Strategy for Migrant Communities

The Waterford Local & Community Development Committee (LCDC) along with partner agencies, are preparing a three-year strategy to promote the integration of migrants who live and work in our city and county.  The purpose of the strategy is to make Waterford a more welcoming and inclusive place, and to eliminate all forms of prejudice and intolerance.

As part of this process, Dr Breandán Ó Caoimh and Margaret Ward have been engaged to independently undertake a two surveys:

  • A survey of migrants (first and second generations) who live or work in Waterford (available in various languages).
  • A survey, open to all, to measure attitudes to various nationalities, ethnic and social groups in Waterford

These can be completed online, using the links below.

Please also see the “Integration Strategy for Migrant Communities” page on our website for more complete information.

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1 Response to Waterford Integration Strategy for Migrant Communities

  1. waleed says:

    trjying contact anyone responsible from this programme but failed .
    we are ethnic community we have sudanese school for yong people funded three years ago.

    need to meet someone to get information about integration of imgriation.

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