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Working with unaccompanied asylum seeking children issues for policy and practice by Ravi Kohli

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Social work with immigrants -- Great Britain,
  • Refugee children -- Services for -- Great Britain,
  • Social work with children -- Great Britain,
  • Social work with youth -- Great Britain

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementRavi K S Kohli and Fiona Mitchell.
ContributionsMitchell, Fiona, 1974-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV4013.G7 K65 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24058629M
ISBN 101403997543
LC Control Number2007048542

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Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children. Every day children arrive in this country from overseas. Most of these children do so legally in the care of their parents and do not raise any concerns for statutory agencies. However, evidence indicates that a number of children are arriving into the UK. Working with Unaccompanied Asylum Seekers When working with unaccompanied asylum seekers, please use the guidance to assist you in meeting their needs. The chapter contains a number of links to relevant resources and tools and should be read in conjunction with statutory guidance and other relevant chapters. Working with unaccompanied asylum seeking children: issues for policy and practice Mitchell, Fiona, ; Kohli, Ravi Exploring the challenges and possibilities of working with asylum seeking children and young people, this title examines research evidence in relation to different aspects of helping young people resettle, and how this can be. Get this from a library! Working with unaccompanied asylum seeking children: issues for policy and practice. [Ravi Kohli; Fiona Mitchell;] -- Exploring the challenges and possibilities of working with asylum seeking children and young people, this title examines research evidence in relation to different aspects of helping young people.

The study is enhanced by numerous comments from team managers and social workers as well as children and young people. Who is this book for? This study will be invaluable for childcare professionals, asylum teams and all those seeking to understand and support unaccompanied young asylum seekers. What you will find in this book. This study explores. Buy Working with Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children: Issues for Policy and Practice by Kohli R.K.S (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The largest number of unaccompanied children, at the moment, come from Albania, followed by Eritrea and Afghanistan. Syria is in fourth place, with numbers increasing fast. In , 90 per cent of unaccompanied children were o and 88 per cent were boys. Fostering unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.   In the UK there are currently some 5, unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people who are being looked after or supported by local authorities. Many of them are cared for by social workers who are legally obliged to ensure that they receive the same quality of care and protection that indigenous young people with similar needs would receive.