Summary of Like Pebbles in a Pool: The Effect of Community Sponsorship on Knowledge about, and Attitudes to, Refugees in Less-Diverse Communities

This exploratory research explores the impact of the Community Sponsorship Scheme (CSS) on wider communities and institutions in the UK. It focuses on the knowledge and public attitudes of community members with regard to refugees, CSS, and the impact of CSS on their local area.

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