'Someone who smiles, that's all you need': life in Yorkshire and Humber for a young person seeking asylum

Read the findings of our research to better understand young refugees’ experiences of arriving in a new country alone, at a young age.

A key question for our researchers was: how can we do better at helping young refugees settle in and adapt to life in the UK?

This report outlines priorities from the young people’s perspective, and has great illustrations by one of the young people who participated in the research.

Full research report:

'Someone who smiles, that's all you need': life in Yorkshire and Humber for a young person seeking asylum [2.6 MB - pdf format]

Summary:

'Living with someone who smiles at you means you are not alone': coming of age and seeking asylum in Yorkshire and Humber [555 KB - pdf format]


Produced by: Welcoming Young Refugees project [Migration Yorkshire]

 



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