The project aims to investigate female asylum seekers’ experiences of accessing NHS maternity care in Glasgow after a negative decision on their asylum claim with a view to assessing the adequacy and implementation of statutory regulations and Scottish Government guidance, and measuring the current legal and policy framework in Scotland against international human rights obligations.
Preliminary findings: see Scottish Refugee Council, Press Release, ‘UK Border Agency putting health of mothers and babies at risk’, 25 February 2013.
The project received £1,000 from the Scottish Refugee Council
|Effective start/end date||16/01/12 → 23/04/14|
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