Children Caring on the Move (CCoM) investigates separated child migrants’ experiences of care, and caring for others, as they navigate the complexities of the immigration-welfare nexus in England.
We use participatory and creative research methods with separated migrant children and adult stakeholders, in combination with an analysis of the cultural political economy of separated children’s care.
In this review article in The Conversation, Rachel Rosen comments on the film Rocks drawing on insights from the CCoM study.
The Children Caring on the Move (CCoM) project has come to the end of a busy and fruitful first year. Coinciding with the onset of the covid-19 pandemic, this has also been a challenging time. Our project began in May 2019 and since then we have made significant strides. Detailed in this report is the […]
In this blog Sarah Crafter reflects on discussions amongst the CCoM team about care, covid-19 and young migrants who travel alone. The blog also raises worrying concerns within the media and from the third sector for the number of vulnerable young people going missing, becoming homeless and being disconnected.