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Share your story with us! (Stockholm)

Have you moved to Sweden within the last five years to live with a close relative ? Take part of MIG Talks and make your voice heard

To increase knowledge about migration to Sweden we need to hear from those who have moved here. MIG Talks encourages you to share your story about why you moved to Sweden and what your hopes are for the future.

Each year more than Protected content move to Sweden to continue their lives here. Some move here to study, others to work or reunite with family, or to flee from war and oppression.

MIG Talks is a communication initiative that seeks to contribute to deeper understanding of migration by listening to inhabitants of Sweden that have moved here between Protected content 2015.

During this year the stories of Protected content inhabitants will be published on MIG Talks website. If you are interested in sharing your story you will be interviewed and your story will be published. Nothing will be published without your approval.

• Share your thoughts about why you have moved to Sweden and how you want your future life to be here.
• Share your thoughts about what you see and hear concerning migration to Sweden.

You are invited to take part in MIG Talks because the Swedish Migration Agency and the initiative collaborators want more voices to be heard and take part of the public debate on migration. We are currently looking to interview 31 persons who moved to Sweden to live with a close relative.
The number 31 reflects the percentage of the people who moved to Sweden between the years Protected content were granted a residence permit because they are married to, have entered into a registered partnership with, or are the common law spouse of someone who lives in Sweden.

MIG Talks builds on collaboration between the Swedish Migration Agency and several big societal actors within culture, sports, the public sector, civil society, media and business.

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