The fourth in a series of four ‘Breaking the Chains’ legal seminars centred around representing child and young asylum seekers.
Children and young people from Albania will give an insight into this Balkan country with a history of clan violence, blood feuds, revenge killings and honour based violence. Little is understood about this source country for one of the largest groups of trafficked woman and children to reach the UK. This seminar presents an opportunity for lawyers and other practitioners to increase their understanding of life in the Balkans from those with lived experience.
With MiCLU’s Gurpinder Kaur Khanba and Esme Madill, and Shpresa Programme’s Immigration Champions.
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For more information about the Breaking the Chains project, click here.