Brighton & Hove International Migrant Needs Assessment (IMNA) launched last night at Brighton Museum.
We are pleased to be involved and attended with our Community Researchers.
The language barrier and need for interpreting was central to the IMNA. We remain particularly concerned at barriers to accessing BHCC Housing Services for the 2,500 residents who do not speak English well, or at all and will continue to gather and share information.
We have included the infographic.
The full Report and Summary Report can be viewed here:
We look forward to working on an Action Plan.