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The Impact of the Immigration Bill on Care Leavers

The Refugee Children’s Consortium and the Alliance for Children in Care and Care Leavers would like to invite you to attend a parliamentary briefing event discussing the impact of the Immigration Bill on Care Leavers.

The event will provide Members of Parliament and Peers of the House of Lords an opportunity to hear about how the provisions in the Bill will impact on unaccompanied children as they leave the care system, including access to leaving care support and the ability to continue onto higher education.   Some young people who have been through the care system who would have been impacted by these provisions will also be attending the event to share their experiences.

The Immigration Bill: Impact on Care Leavers
Date: 4pm – 5.30pm, Tuesday 9th February 2016
Location: Committee Room 4A
Host: Earl of Listowel

If you wish to attend the event, please do RSVP to Lucy Capron: lucy.capron@childrenssociety.org.uk 

Our mission is to help bring about improvements in practice and policy. Holding children at the centre of what we do through our work with and for them, we aim to lead and promote excellent care and services. The partnership consists of an elected Chair and elected Regional Leads who represent their regions at a national level (two from each of the nine regions within England).

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