Scottish Guardianship Pilot

This scheme provides separated children and young people seeking asylum or trafficked in Scotland with a guardian to help them navigate the asylum process and access appropriate welfare services

Some of you may be interested in our evaluation of the Scottish Guardianship Pilot which provides separated children and young people seeking asylum or trafficked in Scotland with a guardian to help them navigate the asylum process and access appropriate welfare services. To download a copy, please click Scottish Guardianship Pilot
 
The report was launched at a learning event for policy makers and practitioner (among others) held in Glasgow on Thursday.
 
This work will continue for a further 15 months with a final report drawing out the implications for guardianship in Europe which is due to be published in April 2013.

Professor Heaven Crawley
Director, Centre for Migration Policy Research
College of Science