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ETHNIC MIGRATION IN BRITAIN:  Analyses of census data at district and ward scales   John Stillwell and Adam Dennett School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT   Presentation at the Session on  ‘Migration, Mixing and Ethnic Integration’  at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference,  University of Manchester  26-28 August 2009 Acknowledgements Presentation Brief context Slide 5 Firstly…… something about data Ethnic groups used Ethnic population concentration: location quotients in 2001 by decile across 408 districts How much ethnic group migration occurred in GB during 2000-01? Do migration rates vary by ethnic group? Are there age variations in migration rates and shares by ethnic group? Slide 12 Slide 13 Slide 14 Slide 15 How does migration effectiveness vary between ethnic groups? White and non-White migration effectiveness  (Di-Oi)/(Di+Oi)*100 Ethnic migration effectiveness ranked by district Slide 19 Connectivity scores between districts in Britain and London by ethnic group Migration connectivity of London boroughs for whites and blacks in London Mean migration distance and frictional effect of distance on migration in London Slide 23 Ethnic migration outside of London Is there evidence of ethnic de-concentration in provincial Britain? Ward – Region net migration patterns Slide 27 Net migration (ward to other regions), White Net migration (ward to same region), POSA Net migration (ward to other regions), POSA Slide 31 Does ethnic migration vary by deprivation? Are system-wide patterns replicated across all regions? Conclusions Slide 35 Slide 36 Contact details Net migration (ward to same region), Indian Net migration (ward to other regions), Indian Net migration (ward to same region), Black Net migration (ward to other regions), Black