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Why migrants come to Dungannon ? | Euro-Youth MEDIALAB

Why migrants come to Dungannon ?

In this report the youth met with their local Councillors from Mid Ulster Council and asked them what has been the major attraction for migrants to come and live and work in a small town link Dungannon in a rural area and how they thought the migrants had been received to the area.

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