Christchurch Migrant Inter-Agency Group: Lessons learned following the earthquakes of 22 February 2011

This document discusses the ‘lessons learned’ as a result of the work undertaken by the Christchurch Migrant Inter-Agency group, set up to support migrants and refugees following the February 22 earthquake in 2011.
Its purpose is to provide a record of key events and responses in the immediate aftermath period and to offer some candid discussion and insight with respect to their success or otherwise.

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