The anti-rumours campaign is being implemented by Doras Luimní as part of the C4i (Communication for Integration) project and the Intercultural Cities programme for Limerick. The anti-rumours campaign is the first targeted action for Limerick under the Intercultural Cities programme and which enables Limerick to work in partnership with 10 other European cities throughout the duration of the project.
Read about the Intercultural Cities network and the C4i project here: http://www.coe.int
TOP 5 MYTHS OF MIGIRATION
Top 5 Myths of Migration
A short information booklet detailing the top 5 myths of migration and outlining key statistics to help you challenge these rumours. Topics include the economy; social welfare; asylum seekers; integration and the infamous “free buggies”.
5 Myths of Migration_Booklet
Myth #1: “Migrants are only here for social welfare”
Myth #2: “Migrants send all their money home”
Myth #3: “Asylum seekers live in luxury”
Myth #4: “Migrants don’t want to integrate”
Myth #5: “Free Buggies”
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