1 edition of Working with refugees and asylum-seekers found in the catalog.
Working with refugees and asylum-seekers
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Ruth Torode ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Torode, Ruth., Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Social Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||122|
According to the UN High Commissioner on Refugees, there are more than 65 million forcibly-displaced persons in the world right ’s higher than the population of most nations! Although the Syrian refugee crisis has been prominent in the mainstream media recently, there are people fleeing from other countries like Burma, Burundi, Tibet, Afghanistan, Turkey, North Korea, and . Learn about the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers who come to the UK and how this impacts their health needs. Understand refugees' and asylum seekers' entitlement to NHS care. Learn about the unique health challenges faced by asylum seekers and refugees and ways to overcome the barriers they face when attempting to access care.
The term asylum seeker might be expected to denote those who have not (or not yet) been given international protection. The term refugee should then cover all those who are seeking asylum, regardless of the recognition of their claim – an argument frequently made by organizations such as the Refugee Council. “Refugees” may refer to all those fleeing persecution or only to those with the Author: Hannah Bradby, Rachel Humphris, Dave Newall, Jenny Phillimore. She is currently a member of the BPS Presidential Task Force on Refugees and Asylum Seekers. She co-wrote the BPS guidelines with Dr Kate Thompson on Working with Interpreters in Health Settings. Professor Tribe also co-edited a book on Working with Interpreters in Mental Health with Dr Hitesh Raval, re-issued in Refugees and asylum seekers who trained as doctors and nurses in their home countries, but who are not registered to work in Ireland, may be able to provide “essential support” during the Author: Sorcha Pollak.
Work with asylum seekers and refugees can be both demanding and rewarding. Researchers have highlighted how the ‘othering’ of the refugee has aligned them to a passive victim role (Harrel-Bond, ; Grove and Zwi, ; Summerfield, ) which denies their independence and challenging the dominance of ‘permissive empathy’, Pupavac () describes how key Cited by: The book also examines policy developments and strategies to advance the well-being and social inclusion of refugees in the U.S. and Europe. Features. Provides 12 contributed chapters covering the legal, historical, and contemporary issues facing refugees and asylum seekers in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Books about refugees and asylum seekers (teens) Print page Since asylum can be a confusing issue for teenagers (and even adults), here are some books that explore what it really means to flee your home and have to start your life over.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedSkip to 1 minute and 57 seconds GIOVANNA FASSETTA: Cultural mediators pdf a central pdf in addressing the needs of refugees and asylum seekers in the context of the current humanitarian crisis in Europe.
Cultural mediators are directly involved in the facilitation of relations between newcomers under civil society, working towards the.
Nearly 20 years later, refugees and asylum seekers face a different problem, the pandemic having left them in a particularly precarious position Author: Ranjana Srivastava."Asylum Seekers ebook Refugees." In Key Concepts in Social Work Practice, edited by Aidan WorsleyTim Mann and Angela Olsen,The SAGE Key Concepts Series.
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