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Applying social work law to asylum and immigration
Applying social work law to asylum and immigration

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This free course was written by Justin Rogers. It was first published in November 2022.

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Figure 2, (1) An advertisement from 1902 for an anti-immigration demonstration: Courtesy of The Jewish Museum, London

Figure 2, (2) A demonstration in the East End of London against the Alien Act 1905: Topical Press Agency / Stringer / Getty

Figure 3: Michael Kemp / Alamy Stock Photo

Figure 4: John Birdsall / Alamy Stock Photo

Figure 5: Ralph Hodgson / Alamy Stock Photo

Figure 6: Courtesy of Southall Black Sisters.


Section 8.2, Age Assessment Guidance – ADCS: Taken from ADCS Leading children's services. Age Assessment Guide. Oct 2015.


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