Inclusive Cities is a knowledge exchange programme working with 12 UK cities on their approach to integration and inclusion at the local level, led by the Global Exchange in Migration and Diversity at the University of Oxford.
As part of its response to COVID-19 and following consultation with the participating cities, the programme has developed a series of research and policy briefings illuminating some of the main challenges for local areas as part of their response to the COVID-19 epidemic and the link to inclusion and integration.
The work builds on the Inclusive Cities Framework, which sets out a road map for local authorities in their planning on integration and inclusion.
This briefing looks at the implications for inclusion and integration of the No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) immigration condition and its local impacts. (Revised April 2021).
Download Inclusive Cities NRPF research briefing (PDF)
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