Asylum Seekers / Refugees

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Young carers going through the immigration process will be able to apply for the Scottish Government’s Young Carer Grant without fear of it risking their immigration status. The change follows lengthy discussions between the Scottish and UK governments to amend Home Office regulations.

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Positive Action in Housing has been awarded more than £30,000 of funding from the SafeDeposits Scotland Charitable Trust to carry out its education programme for those from refugee, new migrant and other BAME communities facing barriers to living in the private rented sector (PRS). Glasgow-bas

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Nearly 150 asylum seekers facing imminent homelessness in Glasgow will be given urgent, intensive advocacy support from local organisations, supported by a further funding package from the Scottish Government. Ministers have announced a £252,000 funding package to organisations to help ensure

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Up to six unaccompanied child asylum seekers are to be brought to East Ayrshire as part of a resettlement deal. East Ayrshire Council's cabinet agreed the proposal after it previously been granted by East Ayrshire's Integrated Joint Board (IJB).

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Refugee and migrant homelessness charity Positive Action in Housing has launched an appeal to raise £10,000 by Christmas Day.   The charity said 300 adults and 170 child dependents from refugee and asylum-seeking communities will visit its two-day marathon winter surgery to

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Glasgow City Council should be “bold” and do more to aid the plight of the asylum seekers facing lock-change evictions by Serco, according to Govan Law Centre solicitor advocate Mike Dailly. Mr Dailly brought the case against the Home Office contractor and the Home Secretary as well

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A decision in the case brought against the lock-change evictions of asylum seekers in Glasgow carried out by Serco will be handed down by Scotland’s highest civil court tomorrow.

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