By Ravi Kohli
A different version of kid & relations Social paintings targeting the lives and conditions of refugee and asylum looking childrens and households in different nations - Australia, eire, Norway and the uk. Predominantly targeting unaccompanied or separated teenagers who come to those nations with out an grownup to appear after them. yet both importantly, many little ones are observed through grownup contributors who search asylum, and infrequently in achieving their objective of complete refugee status.Papers include:* The kid's or the State's top pursuits - An exam of the methods immigration officers paintings with Unaccompanied asylum looking minors in Norway- Ada Engebrigtsen* Asylum, kid's rights and Social paintings - Sarah Cemlyn and Linda Briskman* How social employees paintings with African Refugee young ones and their households - Toyin Okitikpi and Cathy Amer* selling psychosocial health in unaccompanied minors within the uk - Ravi Kohli and Rosie Mather* Unsettling the social in social paintings: responses to asylum-seeking kids in eire - Alastair Christie* The social companies reaction to unaccompanied kids in England - Fiona MitchellEach paper analyses the power and weaknesses of the platforms and practices in operating with Asylum seekers and refugees.
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These insights shed light over the bureaucratic procedures concerning the categorization and interpretations of child migrants. The abandoned child and the ‘anchor child’ ‘Unaccompanied asylum seeking minor’ is an example of legal classiﬁcation as discussed by Bourdieu, created to be treated by certain rules and regulations and by certain bureaucratic procedures. Asylum seekers who are given this label are granted a residence permit in Norway based on their being ‘alone’ and without parents, and coming from areas that are considered politically unstable.
The implication is not that immigration ofﬁcers in the immigration department do not know that, just that this research shows that it is generally not taken into consideration when decisions are made about unaccompanied minors. Other childhoods, other places The general criteria for deciding about the child’s best interests are based on a culture-speciﬁc understanding of children as ‘nurtured’ by their parents or other adults. According to this way of thinking, a child cannot itself be a nurturer because it will destroy or disturb the reception of care and love that is seen as a necessity for a sound maturing process.
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