New Migrants in the North East England Workforce (2013-16)

This item is drawn from a project between 2013-2016, 'The position and experiences of 'new migrants' in the North East England workforce', delivered by a team comprising Tom Vickers (Nottingham Trent University), John Clayton, Hilary Davison, Lucinda Hudson, Maria Aurora Canadas Romero, Paul Biddle, Sara Lilley (all Northumbria University), Georgina Fletcher (Regional Refugee Forum North East) and Michal Chantkowski (International Community Organisation of Sunderland). The research was funded by the British Academy and Leverhulme Trust (grant ref SG132753), Northumbria University and Nottingham Trent University. Thanks are due to all of the participants in the research and to the many organisations that helped us to gather data. All names of individuals have been changed to protect anonymity.

'New Migrants' in the North East England Workforce - Summary

06 March 2017 |
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New Migrants in the North East England Workforce (2013-16)
'New Migrants' in the North East England Workforce - Summary

Between 2013-16 research examined the position and experiences of ‘new migrants’ in the workforce in North East England, carried out by Nottingham Trent and Northumbria Universities, the International Community Organisation of Sunderland and the Regional Refugee Forum North East.

Natalia

27 February 2017 |
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New Migrants in the North East England Workforce (2013-16)
Natalia

Natalia was born in Zimbabwe. She arrived in 2002 seeking asylum and is now a British citizen. Before she arrived in the UK her confidence in English was already high.

Jan

27 February 2017 |
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New Migrants in the North East England Workforce (2013-16)
Jan

Jan was born in Poland. He is 35 years old and moved to the UK in 2005. In Poland he was self-employed as a baker for a family business. When he moved to the UK, he worked in a warehouse until 2009, finding this job via an employment recruitment agency.

Audrey

27 February 2017 |
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New Migrants in the North East England Workforce (2013-16)
Audrey

Audrey was born in Ivory Coast and moved to the UK in 2014 with her mother who was claiming asylum. Audrey has temporary leave to remain in the UK for five years. She attended University in Ivory Coast, and has an undergraduate degree in Management Studies.

Concluziile rezumatului cu privire la forta de munca oferita de ‘noii emigranti’ in partea de Nord-Est

06 March 2017 |
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Concluziile rezumatului cu privire la forta de munca oferita de ‘noii emigranti’ in partea de Nord-Est

Acest raport prezinta concluziile cercetarii effectuate intre 2013-2015 in partea de Nord Est a Angliei, cercetare include 402 chestionare, 40 de interviuri realizate in profunzime si 12 interviuri continand principalele parti interesate, complectate de emigranti.

‘Nowi Imigranci’ na rynku pracy w północno- wschodniej Anglii: Podsumowanie wyników

06 March 2017 |
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New Migrants in the North East England Workforce (2013-16)
‘Nowi Imigranci’ na rynku pracy w północno- wschodniej Anglii: Podsumowanie wyników

Niniejszy raport przedstawia wnioski z badań przeprowadzonych w latach 2013-2015 w północno-wschodniej Anglii, na które zlożyły się min: kwestionariusz wypełniony przez 402 migrantów, dogłębne wywiady z 40 migrantami oraz wywiady z 12 kluczowymi  interesariuszami.