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Job Opportunity with Red Cross

Project Coordinator – Family Reunion Integration Service (FRIS): Project Coordinator – Family Reunion Integration Service REQ27PT https://www.communityni.org/job/project-coordinator-family-reunion-integration-service-0

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EU Settlement Scheme ‘No Deal’ Clarification & EUSS Updates from Home Office

This bulletin contains updates on the latest EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) news and activity. EU Settlement Scheme – ‘No deal’ clarification We want to reassure all EU citizens and their family members in the UK that they still have until at least 31 December 2020 to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme, even in the event of a no-deal exit. …

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EU Settlement Scheme – One Million People Granted Status

This week the millionth person was granted status under the EU Settlement Scheme – just five months after the Scheme fully opened. The Home Office is committed to making the process of applying to the EU Settlement Scheme as simple and straightforward as possible and looks for reasons to grant status, not refuse it. This milestone has been announced alongside …

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Brexit and EU Citizens Rights Factfile

EU Commission contracted the Law Centre NI have attended a number of information sessions on EU citizens’ rights in the aftermath of Brexit. Below is the content of the presentation delivered at those sessions and also 2 briefing papers drafted by Institute Of Conflict Research Brexit&EU Project. EU citizens’ rights and Brexit 22.01.19 ICR Brexit and eYou briefing paper No …

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Scope NI NICVA Article – 12 Myths About Immigration

http://scopeni.nicva.org/article/twelve-myths-about-immigration One of the most toxic debates of recent times is that around immigration. It was a central issue in the Brexit referendum. As part of the preparations for Brexit the Migration Advisory Committee was commissioned by the UK government to examine the impact that immigrants from the EU have had on the UK economy and to recommend immigration policy …

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EU Settlement Scheme and Home Office Support Mechanisms for Voluntary Sector in Promotion and Delivery

As the Home Office delivers the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS), it is critical there are clear plans and arrangements in place to accommodate the broad needs of citizens that it expects will need to apply for the EUSS. The Home Office has put a range of measures in place to ensure that the EUSS is accessible and that all applicants …

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BME Carers – Are You a BME Carer?

Do You Look After Someone? Are you from a Black or Minority Ethnic background? If you are we want to hear from you… Please follow the link to fill in a form (many languages provided), we may be able to link you to useful support and information. 76095 BHSCT English Leaflet 76095 BHSCT Cantonese Leaflet 76095 BHSCT Bulgaria Leaflet 76095 BHSCT Luthuanian …

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INTEGRO (Integration on the Ground) Project – Call for Expressions of Interest

NICEM invites expressions of interest from migrant communities who are third country nationals; receiving communities; NGOs who support migrants directly and/or through campaign work and government agencies whose policies have an impact on third country nationals to participate in a stakeholder forum that will support and promote integration through the INTEGRO project. The European Commission funded INTEGRO project will promote …

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Northern Ireland’s first Minority Ethnic Parliament

The Minority Ethnic Parliament (MEP) is an initiative to further connect BME communities to political institutions and processes, to increase participation, and to build on work already done by local communities. In 2013 three regional ‘Questions that Matter’ events connected BME communities with local politicians on issues that are important to them. NICEM have been working on highlighting those issues …

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