Tuesday 1st August 2017
BBC Scotland ran this 3 minute news item on 4th April 2017.
Originating from the Women Asylum Seeker Housing (WASH) Project's Catch 22 research, by Natalia Farment from Glasgow Caledonian University, Sally McNair produced this short report about issues with asylum seekers' housing in Glasgow and lack of support for destitute children whose parents have insecure immigration status.
Still trying to work out ...
Tuesday 4th April 2017
The W-ASH Project was given time to make a presentation at the above committee hearing. View link here: http://www.scottishparliament.tv/Archive?Area=&categoryId=9b1304a3-4cf9-4f3a-b140-5e5c1153c380parentCategoryClicked=False&pageNumber=1&orderByField=ScheduledStart&queryOrder=DESC
Read transcript here: http://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/report.aspx?r=10883
Olivia talked about how she had not been provided with housing when pregnant or for 7 months after she had her baby ...
Thursday 30th March 2017
Today (30.3.2017) the ASH project went to the Scottish Parliament to support Natalia and Olivia giving evidence in front of the Equalities and Human Rights Committee discussing destitution, asylum and insecure immigration status in Scotland.
Thank you Olivia and Natalia for being so strong.
Please follow the links below to read about today.