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Review of recent Bristol economic migrants: needs and strategies

Maddrell, A., Ricci, M., Wigley, E. and Casado-Diaz, M., (2016) Review of recent Bristol economic migrants: needs and strategies. Report. UWE, Bristol. (Unpublished)

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This research aims to provide data and insight to i) the strengths and weaknesses of migrant employment, unemployment and under-employment in Bristol (e.g. flexibility, deskilling and ‘springboard’ strategies), and how these vary for sub-groups and individuals; ii) the support needs of specific migrant communities, genders, age and skill cohorts relative to employment commensurate with their skills and wider participation in Bristol life (including information needed on or prior to arrival, improved design of advice and information services); and iii) how the social equilibrium of ‘living well together’ might be better achieved in Bristol through community-enhancing networks, events and processes.

Item Type:Report (Report)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Department of Geography and Environmental Science
ID Code:75482
Uncontrolled Keywords:economic migrants migration work Bristol mobilities language gender smartphone information
Publisher:UWE

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