Launch of the Year 2 Evaluation for the Breaking the Chains project plus a new paper looking at challenges of working remotely with young asylum seekers.
Lawyers and academics working on the project will present key learnings from the project about how effective legal representation can be provided to children and young people vulnerable to exploitation and vulnerable children, and what more is needed to create effective change.
Caseworkers from MiCLU also present a new paper written in collaboration with the young people on the project, Zoe Given-Wilson of Royal Holloway University London, and David Neale of Garden Court Chambers. Their research looks at the challenges of working with young asylum seekers remotely, makes recommendations for the different parties involved, and details resources for working with extremely vulnerable young people remotely.
The young people involved in the project will host the event and speak about their experiences.
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