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Title: Separated migrant children and connectivity during Covid 19 Working Paper 1
Author(s): Fotopoulou, Maria
Copland, Fiona
Goodwin, Kinga
Grant, Maggie
Rigby, Paul
Citation: Fotopoulou M, Copland F, Goodwin K, Grant M & Rigby P (2021) Separated migrant children and connectivity during Covid 19 Working Paper 1. Separated in Scotland.
Issue Date: 28-Apr-2021
Date Deposited: 26-Jan-2022
Abstract: First paragraph: This study, entitled, Supporting separated migrant children to thrive during Covid-19, has been funded by UKRI (ESRC) as part of its response to the UKRI Covid -19 crisis in the UK. The study investigates how services to this vulnerable group have been affected by the pandemic. It is also providing its own service in the form of an art-based intervention to give separated young people a way of expressing their experience of Covid and support them with their English. In this first working paper from the project, we report on preliminary findings on service provision, the ways in which this has changed in the last year, and how such changes affected separated children’s connectivity during the pandemic.
Type: Working Paper
Rights: Authors retain copyright. Proper attribution of authorship and correct citation details should be given.
Affiliation: Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology
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