Congratulations to Habib Rezaie, Becoming Adult researcher, for winning the Outstanding Individual Learner Award! The award celebrates remarkable individuals who, through learning, have transformed their own lives and the lives of their families, friends, their communities, and the places they … Continue reading Congratulations to Habib Rezaie, Outstanding Individual Learner!
The Becoming Adult Project, with Sue Clayton, is organising the screening of CALAIS CHILDREN: A CASE TO ANSWER Venue: Institute of Education, UCL Christopher Ingold Building Auditorium 20 Gordon Street WC1H 0AJ (Directions: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/christopher-ingold-building) When: Tuesday 11 July, 17:30-19:00 This is a new film … Continue reading Film screening – Calais Children: A Case to Answer
The Becoming Adult project in partnership with MiCLU, Shpresa and IOM is organising the event Walking a Tightrope: The Hidden Protection Needs of Albanian UASC. This event seeks to increase understanding of the lives, circumstances and protection needs of Albanian young … Continue reading Event: The Hidden Protection Needs of Albanian UASC
We’re collaborating with Mandala Theatre Company on a theatre play about unaccompanied minors, directed by Yasmin Sidhwa. Tour dates: 27, 28 September: The Old Rep, Birmingham 29*, 30 September: Pegasus Theatre, Oxford 13* October: Tramshed Theatre, GLYPT, Woolwich, London 22 October*: LV21, Gravesend, Kent … Continue reading Night light: New theatre play about unaccompanied minors
Elaine Chase presented on precariousness and the futures and wellbeing of former unaccompanied minors, at the 3rd SCMR-JEMS conference “Migration and diversity: a dialogue across disciplines” The podcast is available here Continue reading Lecture by Elaine Chase: podcast
Since March 2014, Refugee Support Netwok has been systematically monitoring what happens to former child asylum seekers who have been forcibly removed to Afghanistan after turning 18. After Return documents their experiences and, for the first time, fills a vital evidence gap … Continue reading After Return: young people forcibly removed to Afghanistan