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The End of the Line - what can be done when there's nothing left to do

The End of the Line - what can be done when there's nothing left to do

The End of the Line - what can be done when there's nothing left to do

Monday, June 24, 2019

Praxis Community Projects

1.45pm - 4.30pm

Pott Street, London, E2 0EF

Immigration advice and casework can help many homeless migrants off the streets, but there will always be some for whom no further immigration applications are possible. What then?

The practical and moral complexities of how or whether to work with homeless migrants who cannot regularise their status throw up difficult questions and hard choices. This session of the Pan-London Migrant Frontline Network will help participants explore these issues.

Speakers:

- Carolina Albuerne, Good Practice and Partnerships Manager - Voluntary Return - Practical and Ethical Considerations

- Rev. Vaughan Jones, Migration Matters Founcation - Ethics of Working with Homeless Migrants at the End of the Line

1.45pm Registration for a 2pm start

Register here. 

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