Leon, Lucy and Rachel Rosen (2023) ‘Unaccompanied migrant children and indebted relations: Weaponizing safeguarding’, Child & Family Social Work, online first.
Crisis for whom?
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.
Beyond the text
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’
Participatory research in and against time.
Rosen, R (2021). “Participatory research in and against time.” Qualitative Research, online first.
Precarious care and (dis)connections
Crafter, S., Rosen, R & Meetoo, V. (2021). “Precarious care and (dis)connections: Adults working with separated child migrants in England and their understandings of care.” International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation online first.
An absent presence
Rosen, Rachel, S. Crafter, and V. Meetoo. 2019. “An absent presence: Separated child migrants’ caring practices and the fortified neoliberal state.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies online first.
Media representations of separated child migrants
Rosen, Rachel, and Sarah Crafter. 2018. “Media representations of separated child migrants: From Dubs to doubt.” Migration and Society 1 (1):66-81.
A Warm Welcome?
Rosen, Rachel, Sarah Crafter, and Veena Meetoo. 2017. A Warm Welcome? Unaccompanied Migrant Children in Networks of Care and Asylum. London: UCL Institute of Education.