AuthorsKohli, Ravi K.S.
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Other TitlesResearch Handbook on Child Migration
AbstractThis chapter considers the ways that social workers respond to the needs, talents and stories of unaccompanied asylum seeking children. When such children need institutional protection and care, the chapter outlines how such care can be provided. It does so through looking at social work practice as a form of practical humanitarian assistance, as emotionally attuned responses to deep complexities, and over time, as an expression of a strong and dependable solidarity with children.
CitationKohli RKS (2018) 'Protection: migrant children and institutional protection', in Bhabha J, Kanics J, Senovilla Hernández D (ed(s).). Research Handbook on Child Migration, edn, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing pp.-.
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing