Findings of a study exploring the impact of lockdown on people in Scotland who may already have been isolated or excluded prior to the pandemic.
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland has published two documents on the experiences of migrant families during the COVID-19 pandemic: a report focused on insights from frontline workers in Glasgow and a review of the literature on pre-existing vulnerabilities and inequalities.
Briefing based on research with frontline practitioners working with refugee and migrant families in Glasgow about the impact of COVID-19.
Policy Scotland’s last lunchtime seminar before the summer break focused on research into the aspirations of young Syrian refugees.
A multidisciplinary team at the University of Glasgow is publishing the first policy report for the project Building Futures project about the aspirations of young Syrian refugees.
Publication: Building a New Life in Britain: The Skills, Experiences and Aspirations of Young Syrian Refugees
Report examining the skills, training needs, work aspirations, lived experiences, and ethical perspectives of young Syrian forced migrants in three host countries: Lebanon, Greece, and the United Kingdom.
Unexpected, uplifting or challenging experiences encountered by volunteers in refugee camps in Lesbos and Calais.
Challenges faced by Central & East European migrants: welfare and support services in rural Scotland
In advance of the Policy Scotland Welfare Reform Network’s event Dr Holly Porteous writes on challenges facing migrants from Central and Eastern Europe who are living, working and accessing social security services in rural Scotland.
Workshop that sought to explore the impacts of welfare reform on migrants in Scotland.
By Dr Kurt Mills, Senior Lecturer in International Human Rights, Convenor of the Glasgow Human Rights Network The crisis of humanity we see in the Mediterranean and Europe is part of a much larger complex of issues related to how the international community deals with war, atrocities and humanitarian crises. The situation where hundreds of…