Finding solutions to local community issues in diverse communities across Kent in the UK is always much harder due to the differing demographics. Communities are spread far and wide and communication can be much more difficult as a result. Across Kent, there are five main regions (Medway, Gravesham, Thanet, Dover and Shepway) where there are significant numbers of Roma people. What they share are common issues including, health, education, employment, engagement and inclusion. From recent research, major issues for these regions include, lack of employment opportunities, poor physical health, mental health, lack of child care and, more recently, issues between the local indigenous population and migrants coming to the area. It is obvious that there are also problems with transient communities across the 2 Seas territory. For is in the UK it is not obvious yet what the solutions to the problems are. Our idea is to bring together migrant communities from the four member states to work together on a common model that can be used to address migrant issues across the 2 Seas territories.