Refugee women in the UK: Pushing a stone into the sea

An article on Open Democracy by Beatrice Botomani of Why Refugee Women.

Botomani, B. (2014). Refugee women in the UK: Pushing a stone into the sea. Retrieved from https://www.opendemocracy.net/5050/beatrice-botoma...

This piece by Beatrice Botomani, founder and chair of Why Refugee Women, raises challenging questions about the treatment of asylum-seeking and refugee women in the UK.

She describes the work of Why Refugee Women and how it "builds on... good practice recommendations" from organisations like Women for Refugee Women, Women Asylum Seekers Together (WAST), Refugee Council, Northern Refugee Centre, Rape Crisis, OXFAM and the Centre for the Study of Emotion & Law."

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