Call for training on asylum transfers

More staff training on the cultures of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children would help any expansion of a project that transferred children from the care of Kent Council to authorities in Greater Manchester, a new report says.

The evaluation of the safe case transfer pilot scheme, which the Home Office is believed to be considering as a model for reforms to the care of unaccompanied children, also said further research should study if economies of scale would be achieved by expanding it to a larger group of children.

An Evaluation of the Safe Case Transfer Pilot Project

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