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New England Mayors Conference on Refugees in Towns
The Refugees in Towns project will welcome northeast regional mayors, city planners, and volunteer agency workers to Tufts to discuss their experiences with refugee integration, the impact refugees have had on their towns, and how they have responded. The goal of the conference is provide a platform for regional leadership talk to each other, network, and sharing experiences. The Conference builds on work from two active case studies in East Boston, Massachusetts, and Augusta, Maine, and a pending case study in Concord, New Hampshire.
If you are a member of local government, or a refugee resettlement practitioner and are interested in attending, please contact Charles Simpson.
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