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Seeking Support A Guide to the Rights and Entitlements of Separated Children

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Mibgħuta minn Jonny Lear

Seeking Support: a guide to the rights and entitlements of separated children outlines the rights of refugee and migrant children in England, and provides advice to professionals on how to support young people in accessing those rights.

The fourth edition of the guide was comprehensively updated and expanded in 2012 from the first, second and third editions published in 2003, 2005 and 2009 respectively. National contact details of agencies that can support separated children are provided at the end of the guide.

The guide is aimed at professionals working with separated children and young people, including:

  • teachers and other professionals working at schools and colleges
  • social workers
  • career advisers
  • youth workers
  • mentors
  • voluntary agency and refugee community
  • organisation staff
  • foster carers
  • residential and hostel workers
  • health workers – including outreach health workers

As legislation and policy are subject to frequent change, readers are advised to refer to the Seeking Support website for regular updates.

Awtur(i) tar-Riżorsa: 
Kamena Dorling, Coram Children’s Legal Centre
Data tal-pubblikazzjoni:
It-Tlieta, 1 novembru, 2011
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Ittajpja r-Riżorsa: 
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