We have released a new local migration data dashboard about the Ukrainian population today, with a text and video user guide.
The dashboard presents various open data sources about the newly arrived and settled Ukrainian population for local areas in Yorkshire and Humber, including:
- key counts of the population group
- a timeseries for new arrivals
- regional and national comparisons
- and additional insight into other population groups that may be impacted by the conflict in Ukraine [i.e. Russian, Polish, Belarusian].
We will regularly update the dashboard to provide timely insight into the emerging Ukrainian population and continue our commitment to make migration related data more accessible for the region.
We hope this is useful for you to increase knowledge and awareness, influence policy and support development of evidence-based services for the communities we serve.
We have updated our Local Migration Data Dashboards with data up to March 2022 on our statistics webpage. You can follow the links under the ‘interactive data dashboards’ section to find a dashboard with accompanying video and text user guide for:
- Refugees arriving through a government resettlement scheme
- Children who arrived here unaccompanied and are seeking asylum
- People who are seeking asylum
- Applications and outcomes in relation to the European Union Settlement Scheme [EUSS]
The dashboards include key counts of the population in local areas, provide characteristic breakdowns as well as long term trends and comparisons to other local authorities and regions.
Please note we have updated the ‘people who are seeking asylum’ dashboard to now include data about asylum seekers supported under Section 4, previously this only covered asylum seekers supported under Section 95. We were also expecting to add data about the Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) in the ‘refugees arriving through a government resettlement scheme’ dashboard, however this data has not yet been released.
We have also produced a summary of key migration trends from the latest Home Office and ONS statistics released last week.