Citation: Spencer, S. (2018). ‘Inclusion of Migrants with Irregular Status’. Building Inclusive Cities Case Study. Toronto: Cities of Migration. https://citiesofmigration.ca/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/Building-Inclusive-Cities_APRIL30_Final.pdf
Abstract/Description: Sarah Spencer explains why cities in Europe, like their North American counterparts, are increasingly exploring ways to enable irregular (‘undocumented’) migrants to have access to essential services, and tells us some of the creative ways that they have found to do so. She draws on the work of the City Initiative on Migrants with Irregular Status in Europe, a two-year learning-exchange project involving 11 European cities, chaired by the City of Utrecht, which she facilitates with her Oxford colleague, Nicola Delvino.
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