Research details

Iroko. Group work project for young women refugees. Final project report March 2005-April 2008

Author[s] Iroko

Date 2008

Summary

Aims


The report provides a final project evaluation of a group work project for young women refugees. The aim of the project was to build confidence, self esteem and a positive identity in young women refugees and asylum seekers aged 14 to 18.

Key issues


The report reviews the aims and objectives of the project, how these have been met, delivery of the project, problems encountered and the exit strategy. The project developed group work in school, college and community settings to focus on transition from school to college, and, for unaccompanied minors, from local authority care to independent living or NASS support.

Further details

Resource type
report
Published by
Sheffield Women's Counselling and Therapy Service, Sheffield





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