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IOM Glasgow Reintegration Workshop: June 27, 2007

Ambrose Musiyiwa | 29.06.2007 14:34 | Transnational Day of Action Against Migration Controls | Analysis | Anti-racism | Migration

Did you attend the IOM-organized 'reintegration' workshop which took place on June 27 in Glasgow? Or, will you be attending any of the other workshops the IOM is planning? If yes, please get in touch.

I am keen to hear from people who attended the "Reintegration Workshop" which was organized by the International Organization for Migration and which, I'm assuming, took place on June 27.

The workshop is supposed to have taken place between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm at The Teacher Building, 14 St Enoch Square, Glasgow G1 4DB.

If you attended the workshop, send me an email. I am particularly interested in your views on what happened there:

How did you hear about the workshop? What do you think was the purpose of the workshop? Why are they taking place? Why now?

How many people attended? Which nationalities/countries did they represent? What did you and the others think of the presentation(s)? Did you get the opportunity to ask questions? What were some of the questions that were asked? What was the response to these questions? Were these responses satisfactory? Did the workshop achieve the outcomes it set out to achieve?

I am also keen to hear from people who will be attending the other three workshops which will take place in London, Cardiff and Manchester on July 3, 6 and 9 respectively.

Ambrose Musiyiwa
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