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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 5:53 pm    Post subject: Launch of New 'Good Practice' Website for Refugee Children Reply with quote

The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) is delighted to announce the launch of
the Asylum Seeking and Refugee Children Developing Good Practice website
(www.ncb.org.uk/arc). This new online resource provides essential
information and resources for all those working with or for separated or
unaccompanied refugee children and young people.

Recognising the sweeping reforms affecting every aspect of children’s
services, together with the new Asylum Model from the Home Office and
immigration legislation, this environment presents many challenges for
practice and service delivery. The Asylum Seeking and Refugee Children
website has been developed in response to this changing landscape and aims
to support practitioners in their day to day work with asylum seeking and
refugee children. Packed with information, research findings and practical
tools to help make day to day practice more effective, the website provides
a single access point to the most comprehensive collection of resources and
information on all aspects of assessment and planning relating to asylum
seeking and refugee children.

ARC has been produced in collaboration with local authorities, academic
practitioners, voluntary agencies and community groups. The website
provides access to information, resources and support including:

· Examples of good practice
· Project briefings
· Academic papers
· Resources directory
· Training packs
· Current research

All the resources contained on the website are grounded in research and
modelled on ‘what works’ evidence based practice.

Don’t keep it to yourself!

As an invaluable resource, we want as many practitioners as possible to
know about this useful website. Please forward this email to your
colleagues, partners and your networks to let them know about the
information and support they too can make use of to help them deliver and
implement good practice for unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young
people.

Visit the website today at: www.ncb.org.uk/arc

For more information about the Asylum Seeking and Refugee Children:
Developing Good Practice Project funded by the DfES, please contact Sheree
Kane at NCB on skane@ncb.org.uk
This e-mail, including any attachments transmitted with it, is intended for the named recipient(s) only; it may also be confidential. If you are not the intended recipient you must not disclose, copy or distribute any part of this e-mail. If you have received this e-mail in error please notify the sender.

Any views or opinions are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Children?s Bureau. We reserve the right to monitor all e-mail messages passing through our systems.

National Children's Bureau, 8 Wakley Street
London EC1V 7QE United Kingdom

Tel : +44(0)20 7843 6000
Fax : +44(0)20 7278 9512
Web : http://www.ncb.org.uk

Visit http://www.childpolicy.org.uk for the latest on child policy matters across the U.K.
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