New guide to supporting migrant children through age assessments


A new guide has been launched aimed at helping social workers and other professionals to better understand the impact of age assessments on asylum-seeking children.

Former unaccompanied children advise others to keep busy by playing sports. Picture: GMIAU
Former unaccompanied children advise others to keep busy by playing sports. Picture: GMIAU

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