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The New Scots Strategy is how we bring our communities together, today & tomorrow.

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When expertise combines with experience, New Scots can build the lasting foundations of a stable, secure and valued life here. The New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy creates points of connection, where human needs meet humane solutions, and where our society becomes stronger by forming moments of exchange between new and existing communities.

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The New Scots refugee integration strategy is built on partnership and collaboration, led by the Scottish Government, COSLA and the Scottish Refugee Council. A range of partners are involved in implementing New Scots. Professor Alison Phipps, UNESCO Chair for Refugee Integration through the Languages and the Arts at the University of Glasgow, has chaired the New Scots Core Group since April 2018. The New Scots Refugee Integration Delivery Project is led by the Scottish Government in partnership with COSLA, the Scottish Refugee Council and the UNESCO Chair for Refugee Integration through the Languages and the Arts at the University of Glasgow.

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The New Scots strategy supports refugees, asylum seekers and our communities to be involved in building stronger, resilient communities which enable everyone to be active citizens.

The New Scots strategy has been developed collaboratively to coordinate the efforts of organisations and community groups across Scotland involved in supporting refugees and asylum seekers.

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