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Working with Destitute Families

There can be many challenges in working effectively with refugee and asylum seeking families, but when those families are at the end of the asylum process, refused asylum and without permission to work or claim benefits, those challenges become far greater. Here, Lisa Nandy explores new ways of working with families in the Midlands, who have been made destitute by the asylum process.

The refusal of asylum can have a profound impact on children’s lives. Lisa Nandy explores new ways of working with families in the Midlands, who have been made destitute by the asylum process.

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