Policy on treatment of children in doubt

March 2005
Community Care;3/3/2005, Issue 1562, p12
Reports on the number of asylum seeker children who are detained with their families each year prior to deportation from Great Britain based on a study conducted by the charity Save the Children and published in March 2005. Government policy on the detention of such children; Call of the charity for formal age assessment procedures.


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