Supporting separated migrant children to thrive during COVID-19 webinar
More than 14,000 separated migrant children applied for asylum in the EU in 2019. Without parents or adult caregivers, their connections to support networks, social and legal services, education and peers are vital.
Supporting separated migrant children to thrive during COVID-19 is an ESRC funded project that aims to study the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on these networks and services and the serious risks it poses for young people’s ability to thrive, socially and educationally.
The study is led by the University of Stirling and supported by CoramBAAF, the Scottish Guardianship Service, the Hands Up Project and Terre des Hommes.
On Wednesday 28 April at 3pm-4pm a free webinar is being held to share initial findings from this study.