Unaccompanied asylum seeking children: lessons from research
Author: Dr Ala Sirriyeh, research fellow, Children and Young People's Social Work Team, Social Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of York
Publication Date: 6 April 2011
Quick links Introduction Reasons for leaving countries of origin Assessment and placement making Experiences of placements Health and well-being Education Leaving care References Introduction While the existence of displaced people is not a new phenomenon, in the 20th and 21st centuries this topic became a key policy issue globally and also the focus of an […]
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