Research details

Section 4 support. PAFRAS briefing paper number 1

Author[s] Burnett, Jon

Date 2007

Summary

Aims


This briefing on Section 4 support is part of a series that provides concise analyses of key policies and concerns relating to people made destitute through the asylum process.

Methodology


Policy analysis and data from interviews with people who use the Positive Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers [PAFRAS] drop-in.

Key issues


The paper describes Section 4 support and the criteria for accessing it. Issues with securing Section 4 support, with the quality of housing and with voucher support are discussed.

Conclusions


Contracting out the provision of Section 4 support has fostered a market whereby many recipients are scared, vulnerable, and open to exploitation.

Further details

Resource type
report
Published by
Positive Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Leeds
Web link to the research

Section 4 support. PAFRAS briefing paper number 1 - PDF on Researchgate website
[link to PDF document on external website]





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