All-Party Parliamentary Group on Migration

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Refugee Week event: A Displaced Talent Visa?

Register here: Eventbrite   A virtual All-Party Parliamentary Group discussion on labour market mobility as a complementary pathway alongside refugee ...
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Britain’s Future Immigration Policy: Implications for Decent Work in Low-paid Sectors – Webinar

A recording of the webinar is available here. In partnership with Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX), the APPG on Migration ...
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AGM 2020 and panel discussion on self-employment

Chair for AGM: Kate Green MP  Parliamentarians in attendance:  Bishop Paul Butler Lord Teverson Steve Double MP Kate Green MP ...
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AGM/Future Immigration Policy on Self-Employment event 22 January

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Migration will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the new Parliament on Tuesday 21 January ...
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Brexit: the impact on Roma communities in the UK – report available

On 11 July 2018 the APPG on Gypsies, Travellers and Roma (GTR) and the APPG on Migration held a discussion event ...
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AGM 2018 – minutes and presentations

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Migration held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 5 September 2018. The groups was successfully ...
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AGM / Public Attitudes to Migration event

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Migration will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 5 September 2018. The AGM ...
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The charity workforce in post-Brexit Britain

On 5th June 2018, the APPG on Migration held an event to discuss the possible impacts of Brexit on the ...
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Managing migration post-Brexit: what can we learn from other countries?

On 17th April 2018, the APPG on Migration held an event to discuss how immigration is managed in the US, ...
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Expert briefing: Understanding “Windrush”

The APPG on Migration is today publishing an expert briefing on the situation affecting members of the Windrush generation. It ...
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