A dynamic and interactive training day for social workers IRO’s and social work managers on best practice with separated asylum seeking and migrant children
Date: June 29 2017
Venue: NCVO National Council for Voluntary Organisations Society Building 8 All Saints Street London N1 9RL
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Cost: £99 including lunch.
We expect to be oversubscribed for this very rare training opportunity via this partnership with leading experts from a range of perspectives
Click on the eventbrite link here to book
This exciting training opportunity will delve into both the immigration, care and care leaving contexts and systems for these children and young The day will focus on the social work practice issues, challenges and dilemmas from the ethical, legal & care planning perspectives and how these impact on unaccompanied asylum seeking and migrant children and young people. The day will examine social work theory and practice in such contentious areas as age determination, the interface between competing legal systems, what social workers can and cannot do in this work, rights and entitlements and will provide an opportunity to network with other practitioners interested in this work.
Delivery Partners BASW- The British Association of Social Workers. NAIRO -The National Association of Independent Reviewing Officers. MICLU -The Migrant Children’s Legal Unit and TCS - The Children Society and Birmingham University