JRF do not have a particular focus on asylum support for children and young people. However, aspects of their work, particularly on child poverty, are relevant to this inquiry. Where relevant, they have also sought to provide evidence from previous research published by JRF on issues for asylum seekers.

Month of publication 
January
Year of publication 
2012
Number of pages 
5
Author 
Chris Goulden
Category 
Miscellaneous
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Asylum Support Inquiry summary

Evidence shows that the current asylum support system is in urgent need of reform if it is to have regard to the safety and wellbeing of children and meet its obligations to promote children’s best interests. Change is required so that all children can have a good childhood and the best possible start to life.

Date published 
January 2013
Number of pages 
4

Asylum Support Inquiry report

Evidence shows that the current asylum support system is in urgent need of reform if it is to have regard to the safety and wellbeing of children and meet its obligations to promote children’s best interests. Change is required so that all children can have a good childhood and the best possible start to life.

Date published 
January 2013
Number of pages 
40