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.
This blog was originally published on the Moving Worlds website where the CCoM film, Stories too big for a case file, is being showcased for Refugee Week. This blog is an edited conversation between Mey and Rachel Rosen, from the research team that produced Stories too big for a case file, and Nelli Stavropoulou, Producer of Moving Worlds for Refugee Week. Nelli: Thank you […]
The Children Caring on the Move (CCoM) project is now moving to the final stages of completion. The pandemic slowed down our data collection but the team have achieved a considerable amount. In this issue we discuss the rich data we have collected, the initial stages of our analysis and some of our dissemination activities […]
>Guide for watching ‘Stories too big for a case file’ Stories too big for a case file: Unaccompanied young people confront the hostile environment is a short film that showcases the testimonies of young, unaccompanied refugees, asylum-seekers, and migrants as they navigate ‘the system’ in the UK. This is a tangled web of institutions, policies and […]