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Join the North West Migrant Form and Committee on the Administration of Justice for an information session advising international students and workers on a range of issues following recent changes to immigration rules.

Topics set to be explored include the rights and responsibilities of overseas students, understanding discrimination as well as avenues of redress for those who face prejudice in education or work.

This event promises to provide invaluable guidance to international students and workers on navigating immigration laws, employment regulations and accessing essential services that will foster a safe and compliant environment for all migrants.

This was a highly requested event due to recent changes in UK immigration law. This session will provide accurate and up-to-date advice from experts including CAJ Immigration Project Staff, Úna Boyd & Shannon Doherty, and Mary Kitson, Senior Legal Officer at the Equality Commission NI. Our speakers will inform participants about their rights and responsibilities as international students and how to identify and understand discrimination in education and work, and the redress process against it.

There will be free childcare and food provided onsite, with tea and coffee from 10:30am during registration.

Time Agenda Item
10.30am Registration and arrival tea and coffee
11am Opening remarks
11.15am First speaker
12pm - 1pm Lunch
1pm - 3pm Afternoon speakers
3pm - 4pm Networking and closing remarks

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Saturday 13 April

11am to 4pm

Great Hall