TEDx talk by Dr Nando Sigona on the plight of UK's undocumented children and families. Not much has changed since the talk was delivered in 2012, thousands of young people are still living underground, their voices silenced and survive without effective pathways to regularisation.
From the mid-1990s onwards, policies and legislation governing the treatment of refugees and asylum-seekers have become more restrictionist in the UK. Experiences of poverty among this group have been well documented throughout this period, however, the resulting evidence base remains fragmented. Most qualitative data relates to the experiences of specific groups, for example, child asylum... Continue Reading →