Flying the flag for Leeds in Eurocities

An update on the fantastic work of Pria Bhabra and the Migrant Access Project

International Relations Leeds

Pria Bhabra, Commissioning Officer (Migrant Access) talks about her recent trip to Eurocities and what it does and why it matters now more than ever.


Eurocitiesis a networkwhich represents130 cities across Europe. It aims to improve quality of life by sharing knowledge and good practice between cities across Europe. Leeds City Council is a member of the network, and works closely with the University of Leeds and Leeds Beckett University on Eurocities matters. More information is available at

“I was really excited when I was nominated in a cross Europe competition to work with Eurocities and I was even more excited (and nervous) when selected to go on a two day seminar and two day secondment in the heart of the European Union city of Brussels. The whole trip was funded by the Eurocities programme.

A total of 16 delegates attended the seminar, representing cities from all over Europe…

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