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.
Leon, Lucy and Rachel Rosen (2023) ‘Unaccompanied migrant children and indebted relations: Weaponizing safeguarding’, Child & Family Social Work, online first.
R. Rosen, E. Chase, S. Crafter, V. Glockner and S. Mitra (eds.) (2023) Crisis for whom? Critical global perspectives on childhood, care, and migration /¿Crisis para quien? Perspectivas criticas internacionales sobre la infancia, el cuidado y la migración. London: UCL Press.8. — In Spanish and English. Available to download for free.
Are you a social worker, senior practitioner, personal advisor or other professional or practitioner working with UASC? If so, the CCoM project have produced online training which helps you think about your reflexive practice in relation to the care of Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children (UASC) and separated or lone migrant young people. A key feature of […]