MiCLU are proud to present the Year 2 evaluation for our Breaking the Chains project, an interim evaluation report considering the challenges of the last year posed by Covid-19, as well as the project’s successes and key learnings.
Breaking the Chains is a partnership project run by MiCLU and Shpresa Programme dedicated to improving outcomes for Albanian children and young people seeking asylum in the UK.
The project uniquely captures how effective legal representation can be provided to children and young people vulnerable to exploitation, placing young people at the centre of practice and amplifying their voices to share learning. The report considers the successes of this approach and looks at what more is needed to create effective change
For the executive summary click here.
To download the full report click here.
To download the Year 1 report click here.
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