Resources for young people

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A guide to who is who?

The Migrant and Refugees Children’s Legal Unit [MiCLU]

Description The MiCLU have created a booklet for UASC called ‘who is who?’. It explains the roles of professionals involved in the lives of UASC and has been translated into a number of different languages. All versions are available online, or you can download an English version of the 'Who is Who?' booklet.


Information for new arrivals

April 2019

Coram

Description Videos for young people as they learn about and adapt to life in the UK.


Miniila app

Missing Children Europe

Description Miniila is an app that has been designed to support unaccompanied children in Europe. Miniila provides clear, child friendly information about useful services available in the area the young person is in. The app is available in at least eight different countries across Europe and in several languages. A handbook for organisations using and feeding in to the Miniila app is also available to download.


Stages of a Young Person's Asylum Journey

March 2021

Right to Remain

Description A brand new online resource which acts as a guide to the main stages of the asylum process that young people [unaccompanied children] seeking asylum in the UK go through.


Welcome guides for young people in foster care

2019

International Organization for Migration [IOM]

Description IOM, along with Barnardo’s and young people, developed welcome leaflets about foster care, which were then translated to 7 languages spoken by other unaccompanied children populations in care: Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Dari, Pashto, Tigrinya, Vietnamese.


Young people’s guide to the age assessment process

September 2020

Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit [GMIAU]

Description With help from staff at GMIAU and the pro bono support of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, nine young people from the All4One group put together this guide.


'Your money matters' - financial education textbook

2018

Young Money

Description A free resource around understanding finances for young people. It is designed for schools and has useful information for all young people.

Contact for UASC hub

Your contact for Yorkshire and Humber is:

Dinah Beckett - Regional Asylum and Refugee Integration Manager
Dinah.beckett@migrationyorkshire.org.uk