Statement from Social Work Without Borders: Afghan Child’s challenge to the Government

Statement from Social Work Without Borders: Afghan Child’s challenge to the Government

SWWB supports Afghan Child’s challenge to the Government over failure to adhere to DUBS amendment (ZS and High Court Challenge) https://www.duncanlewis.co.uk/immigration_news/‘REJECTNO_FAM’_our_fight_for_the_abandoned_children_of_Calais__(20_February_2017).html https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/feb/28/teenage-refugees-high-court-challenge-could-give-hope-to-thousands The Calais refugee camp ‘The Jungle’ was brutally dismantled by French riot police on the orders of the ... Read More

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