Nyas tackles LSC for funding to continue child asylum work

Robins, Jon
August 2005
Lawyer;8/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 30, p13
Trade Publication
Focuses on the appeal of the not-for-profit children's charity, National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS), for funding in an effort to continue its legal representation to child asylum seekers in Great Britain. Comments of NYAS legal services director Mary Mullin on their efforts to provide pro bono legal services; Estimation on the number of unaccompanied child asylum seekers; Problems suffered by unaccompanied child asylum seekers.


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