Minority Groups

We seem to be developing a niche in evaluating projects working with minority groups.  One such evaluation that we are working on at the moment is the Minorities are Wales’ Resource (MAWRII) project.

Talking to people about the way project partners and relatively simple training interventions have changed their lives has been both interesting and humbling.  We’ve heard of conditions in some other countries that shock.  We’ve heard from people with a demonstrably strong work ethic.

Perhaps the level of political debate on immigration to the UK would benefit from a wider hearing of what motivates economic migration and what those migrants are willing to offer their adopted country.  Certainly, we’d all benefit from more evidence-based policy making rather than tabloid sensationalism.

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