Consultation for Fingal County Council’s Integration and Social Cohesion Strategy
Fingal is home to one of the highest numbers of migrants in Ireland. By migrants we mean people who are not born in Ireland but who now live here, and also their children. Fingal County Council is developing an Integration and Social Cohesion Strategy and invites you to take part in the consultation. In this survey, integration refers to a migrant becoming part of Irish society, while still valuing his/her own cultural identity. Integration is a two-way process which involves both local Irish people and migrants.
Aim of the Consultation
This consultation looks at how Fingal County Council is supporting integration when delivering its services and working in communities. The information gathered in this survey will be used to develop Fingal County Council’s Integration and Social Cohesion Strategy.
Your participation in this survey is voluntary, you do not have to fill the survey out. You can withdraw from the consultation at any time. All the information that you provide is anonymous so you will not be identified in any way.
When you complete this survey you show that you understand why the consultation is taking place and that you agree to take part in it.
I would like to thank you for agreeing to fill out this survey. If you have any questions about the consultation at any stage or about the survey, please contact me.
Dr Bríd Ní Chonaill,Senior Lecturer
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Blanchardstown Road North, Dublin 15.
01 8851162 email@example.com