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close this bookMigrants, Displaced People and Drug Abuse: A Public Health Challenge (International Center for Migration and Health - ICMH, 1998, 60 pages)
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View the documentPROJECT LEADERS
View the documentSummary report
View the document1. Terms of reference
View the document2. Participating cities
View the document3. Project Leaders
View the document4. Local infrastructure (project teams)
View the document5. Establishment of local steering groups
View the document6. Regional Steering Group
View the document7. Scientific Advisory Group
View the document8. Site visits
Open this folder and view contents9. Methodology
View the document10. Local project administration
Open this folder and view contents11. Outcomes
View the document12. Minority group meeting
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View the document14. Overall conclusions
View the documentANNEX 1
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View the documentANNEX 3
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12. Minority group meeting

In most cities meetings have taken place to involve migrant groups in planning and formulating projects. This has not proved easy, especially where special coordinating mechanisms were not already in place, as they were in Arnhem and Arhus. Mechanisms of this kind are much more difficult to set up after the fact or on an ad hoc basis.