Louth & Meath Integrated Migrant Strategy 2019-2022

Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, recently launched the joint Louth & Meath Migrant Integration Strategy in Kells Enterprise and Technology Centre. The Migrant Integration Strategy 2019-2022 was developed by LouthCounty Council and Meath County Council’s Community Sections with a vision that migrants and those of migrant origin are facilitated to play a full role in Irish Society.

We, Louth LEADER Partnership, will be sitting on the joint Migrant Committee overseeing the implementation of the strategy and we are committed to delivering on some of the actions outlined in the report.

You can download the strategy here

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