This text explores the challenges and possibilities of working with asylum seeking children and young people, including the different aspects of resettlement, and development and sustainability of good standards of practice. A valuable resource for students and practitioners wanting to understand current debates and support unaccompanied minors.
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RAVI K.S. KOHLI is Head of Applied Social Studies at the University of Bedfordshire, UK. He is the author of a number of books and articles on social work with children and anti-discriminatory practice. Publications include Using Anti-Discriminatory Theories in Social Work (1997), Supervision in Social Work (1999) (both co-authored) and Social Work with Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (2007).
FIONA MITCHELL is a senior researcher at The Children's Society. Her research focuses upon the rights and welfare of children and young people. She is the author of a number of journal articles on child and family social work and is the co-author of Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking children: the response of social work services.
'Anyone with an interest in this field will find both useful information and material for reflection which will assist in developing a deeper understanding and empathy for the children and young people...a very useful and recommended book for all those concerned with asylum-seeking children and young people.' - Raya Tibawi, Seen and Heard 'This book is a welcome addition to a field that still demands literature and an evidence base. Kohli and Mitchell, both well-known and respected names, have combined a collection of chapters that display the complexities involved in working with these young people.' - Raeli Bronstein, Children& Society
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