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Michal Siewniak

Michal Siewniak works as a Community Development Manager with CVS (Community Voluntary Services), Broxbourne and East Herts. He supports the needs of different community groups with advice and advocacy and helps build the organisational capacity of these groups. He liaises with appropriate bodies and works in partnership to maintain awareness of needs of minority groups.

Michal is an excellent linguist and speaks Polish, English, Croatian and Italian.

"I don’t want to see Europe divided again. My experience has taught me that we must work together to address the global issues. I don’t want us to take a step back. I would like us all to recognize and champion diversity and challenge prejudice. New Europeans is doing a fantastic job giving a platform to all who cherish their European citizenship rignts and the vlaues that underpin them. I am proud to be able to be part of the team taking this work forward for the next generation of Europeans."


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Brexit and British Values

In October 2016, Cities of Migration talked to Michal Siewniak who works as the Community Development Manager, CVS (Community Voluntary Services) Broxbourne and East Herts and who is a local ‘community activist’ about local responses to BREXIT, Britain’s recent referendum and decision to exit the EU, including a negative public narrative and worrisome backlash against immigrants.
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