Scotland has an ageing population and a low birth rate. With this in mind the Scottish Government looks to attract (and retain) people from the rest of the UK and abroad to come and live in Scotland to help sustain and grow the economy.
A post on the SPice blog, Spotlight, discusses a SPICe and University of Glasgow research project ‘Attracting and retaining migrants in post-Brexit Scotland: is a social integration strategy the answer?’
“Developing strategies for attracting and retaining migrants – along with creating an overall positive atmosphere around migration – may be of crucial importance to Scotland’s future”
The study will be based on focus group discussions on:
- Is a strategy needed?
- Is it practicable?
- Would it improve the lives of those who have come to live here?
- Would it attract other migrants to come…
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