Finding Shared Ground in Migration and Integration
Then, on 6th-8th February, Fuad was part of a group of over 100 fantastic and experienced participants at the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Unbound Philanthropy: Shared Ground Residential in Leamington Spa.
This was the second Shared Ground Fund residential, providing an opportunity for attendees to network, share knowledge and learning, identify ways of maximising the impact of our work and discuss policy and strategy in the area of migration and integration.
All of the organisations present were committed to working collectively to ensure people who migrate can get support and thrive, and communities experiencing migration can become stronger and more connected.
Whilst there, Fuad took part in a workshop on inclusion and integration, and said: “the event was a thought provoking one and it was good to meet other leaders from the refugee sector”
His next speaking appearance is in Sweden at the Multicultural Housing Areas Conference in Stockholm on 21st March, as our expertise continues to be in demand.