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WEB 1067 Best practice and issues for migrant children in care and care leavers

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Migrant children and young people in care can face a number of challenges and barriers. These issues can stem from a lack of knowledge and awareness as to what their rights actually are, complex immigration systems, immigration statuses and the services and support they are entitled to.

This course will cover best practice in advising children in care and care leavers on immigration, asylum and nationality matters.  We will cover the care system, local authority duties, the asylum process for children, immigration routes for children in care, the EU Settlement Scheme and nationality routes. 

Topics to be covered include:

  • Is the child British or could they become British?
  • Registration of children
  • Immigration routes, including durable solutions
  • The asylum process for children
  • The EU Settlement Scheme
  • Trafficking and modern slavery
  • Options for care leavers whose immigration status is precarious 

Details

Date:
February 3
Time:
10:00 am - 1:15 pm
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Tutor details:
​​​​​​​Rosalind Hodder Compton and Stewart MacLachlan, Senior Legal & Policy OfficerS at Coram Children’s Legal Centre
Tutor biographies:
Stewart MacLachlan is Senior Legal & Policy Officer at Coram Children’s Legal Centre. He is a practising Scottish solicitor, qualifying in 2010, and was accredited as a level 2 supervisor under the IAAS in England from 2014-2017. 

Rosalind Hodder Compton is a Senior Legal & Policy Officer at Coram Children’s Legal Centre. Rosalind is a practicing solicitor, qualifying in 2013, and accredited at level 2 under the IAAS. She was seconded to the Greater London Assembly for a year in 2018, working on the Citizenship and Integration Initiative.
Price:
Concessionary Training Prices: £50
Member Training Prices: £100
Non Member Training Prices: £180
CPD Hours:
3
Venue:
Zoom
Aim of Course:
To give attendees an understanding of the particular immigration, nationality and asylum issues facing children in care and care leavers.
Spaces Left:
30
Level:
Intermediate
Audience:
Advisers and solicitors supporting children and young people in care who need advice on immigration, nationality and asylum matters.
Methods:
Webinar with case studies/group discussions
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