Information and Resources

Title Publish Date Category Description
Evaluation of Scottish Refugee Council's influencing work 2008-2012 28 Feb 2013 Research reports This briefing sets out some key points and findings from an evaluation of the Scottish Refugee Council’s influencing work between 2008 and 2012. The evaluation assesses whether and how SRC influenced policy, practice and attitudes to refugees and
01/10/09: Asylum support cuts 01 Oct 2009 Press releases Scottish Refugee Council and Poverty Alliance challenge Scots to live on a fiver a day to highlight ‘unacceptable’ cuts to asylum support.
01/12/09: Child detention ‘a national disgrace’ 16 Sep 2010 Press releases Statement from John Wilkes in advance of Scottish Parliamentary motion on the Detention of Children at Dungavel.
01/12/09: New advice leaflet for women 16 Sep 2010 Press releases A new information leaflet will help asylum-seeking women who have experienced violence, depression and stress to access help and support.
03/12/09: Diary Notice for Citizens of Sanctuary 16 Sep 2010 Press releases Citizens to monitor Glasgow pilot of Home Office Azure card in 'Shop for Justice' drive.
2007 UK Report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child 01 Jan 2007 Policy responses Our comments on the draft report
2007 UK report to the UN committee on the rights of the child 01 Jan 2007 Policy responses Our response to the Scottish Executive consultation which will form part of the UK report to the UN committee.
A fairer Scotland for refugees and asylum seekers in a time of austerity 10 Aug 2012 Policy briefs Scottish Refugee Policy Forum (SRPF) report
A fresh start? The new Government’s agenda for reforming the asylum system in the UK 30 Oct 2010 Policy responses The report presents a synopsis of the recommendations that came from each of the workshops at our annual conference held on 29 October 2010 .
A housing guide for refugees in Scotland - housing options in Glasgow - English 01 Jun 2012 Client information Explains how to obtain housing in Glasgow and identifies what will happen when your asylum support from the Home Office (formerly NASS) stops.