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Supporting Separated Migrant Children to Thrive During Covid-19 Briefing Paper 1 – The Beginnings

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Rigby P, Copland F, Fotopoulou M, Goodwin K & Grant M (2021) Supporting Separated Migrant Children to Thrive During Covid-19 Briefing Paper 1 – The Beginnings. ESRC. Separated in Scotland. https://separatedinscotland.co.uk/artifacts/

Abstract
First paragraph: This briefing paper is the latest in a research programme of events, workshops, seminars and reports that have, since 2017, examined the experiences of separated and unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Scotland (called here separated children), and professional responses. This series of events has responded to the lived experiences of both vulnerable children and young people and the professionals who work with them. The paper reports on initial findings from an ESRC funded project: Supporting separated migrant children to thrive during Covid-19.

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FundersESRC Economic and Social Research Council
Publication date03/10/2021
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/33888
Publisher URLhttps://separatedinscotland.co.uk/artifacts/
Place of publicationSeparated in Scotland

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Dr Maria Fotopoulou
Dr Maria Fotopoulou

Senior Lecturer, Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology

Dr Kinga Goodwin
Dr Kinga Goodwin

Research Fellow, Dementia and Ageing

Dr Maggie Grant
Dr Maggie Grant

Senior Research Fellow, Social Work

Dr Paul Rigby
Dr Paul Rigby

Senior Lecturer, Social Work

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