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17 May 2024

Online

10:00

17 May 2024

Right to Remain

Right to Remain

An introduction to the Young Asylum Guide

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In September 2023, we launched the new guide to our friends and allies working with young people in the sector. On 17 May, we will be hosting a workshop on how to use the Young Asylum Guide. This workshop is targeted towards people who work with young people but do not have a detailed understanding of the asylum journey.

Join us for a workshop on Zoom, where we will go through:

- An introduction to the Young Asylum Guide, including how to use the resource
- Interactive exercises using the YAG
- What’s not in the YAG
- Hear from guest speakers about their work with young people

The session is open to practitioners working with young people – this may include support workers, social workers, carers, and teachers. We are particularly welcoming people working outside of the traditional migrant support sphere, who may not have detailed knowledge on this topic.

Through this workshop, we hope to develop a community of users and create connections among participants, with the view for increased sharing of the guide, and increased solidarity across communities.

The Young Asylum Guide is one of Right to Remain’s key resources. It offers a step-by-step guide through the asylum process for unaccompanied young people who are seeking asylum in the UK.

Over the past year, our Legal Education team has been working to update the Young Asylum Guide, in line with changes brought by the Nationality and Borders Act 2022.

Register using the form below – please note we are accepting max 2 people per organisation.

Please share widely with public sector workers who might find this workshop useful!

17 May 2024

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17 May 2024

Online

10:00

17 May 2024

Right to Remain

Right to Remain works with communities, groups and organisations across the UK. We provide information, resources, training and assistance to help people to establish their right to remain. We challenge injustice in the immigration and asylum system.

Right to Remain

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Admission into this online event is free.

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