A journey towards safety: a report on the experiences of Eritrean refugees

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Refugee Council
Refugee Council
Date of publication
1 October 2018
Social Policy, Families, Minority Groups
Social welfare
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This report presents findings and recommendations based on a Participatory Assessment (PA) conducted in England and Scotland in September and October 2017. The PA involved nine Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) and 11 individual interviews with Eritrean men and women who were recognised as refugees in the United Kingdom (UK) within a period of 30 months preceding the PA on or after 1 March 2015.

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