Unaccompanied asylum seeking children: lessons from research

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Learning points How social workers should use a ‘psycho-social’ approach to age assessment and give children and young people the benefit of the doubt. What to take into account when making placement decisions and choosing between foster care and independent living. Meeting the pathway planning needs of unaccompanied children leaving care when the outcome of […]

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