28 Sept 2022

Three-year strategy on integration of foreign-born nationals who live in Carlow

Purpose of the strategy is to make Carlow a more welcoming and inclusive place

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Integration fund.

The Carlow Local Community Development Committee, along with partner agencies, are preparing a three-year strategy to promote the integration of foreign-born nationals who live in Carlow. 

The purpose of the strategy is to make Carlow a more welcoming and inclusive place and to eliminate all forms of prejudice and intolerance.

As part of this process, the GESERA Institute for Action Research has been engaged to independently undertake a consultation exercise with those who have made Carlow their home from abroad and those who are the children of migrants.

This questionnaire is part of that consultation exercise.

All questionnaires are anonymous and responses will be treated with complete confidentiality. You will not be identified in any way and your participation is greatly appreciated.

Any questions or queries should be addressed to Brendan O’Keeffe at

To fill out the questionnaire, click here. 

The questionnaire is open to all ethnic minority communities and foreign-born nationals who live/work in Carlow. It is also open to the children (first generation) of migrants.

The strategy is funded by Carlow County Council and the Carlow SICAP Programme. 

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