Children Caring on the Move (CCoM) investigates separated child migrants’ experiences of care, and caring for others, as they navigate the complexities of the immigration-welfare nexus in England.
We use participatory and creative research methods with separated migrant children and adult stakeholders, in combination with an analysis of the cultural political economy of separated children’s care.
Aissatou, Evangelia Prokopiou, Lucy Leon, Musharraf Abdullayeva, Mirfat, Osman, Pauline Iyambo, Rachel Rosen, Rebin, Veena Meetoo, Zak, and in collaboration with Louis Brown (2022) “Stories Too Big for a Case File: Unaccompanied Young People Confront the Hostile Environment in Pandemic Times”. Sociological Research Online, 27 (3): 550-558. — an article in the inaugural special issue of ‘Beyond the Text’
Listen to a podcast with Mika and Guili, Young Researchers on Children Caring on the Move, and project co-lead Rachel Rosen. The podcast, Who cares for you? Child migrants within the immigration and welfare nexus, was produced by IOE – UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society as part of the series Research for the Real World.
In this blog, Karen Goodman reflects on the UK government’s independent care review, launched in March 2021. Karen is an independent social worker and a member of the CCoM Advisory Group. This blog was originally published on the Care Review Watch Alliance website. I feel privileged to be a member of the CRWA, a group […]