Information and Resources

Title Publish Date Category Description
The independent police complaints commission oversight of BIA incidents and complaints consultation 16 Jul 2007 Policy responses The Independent Police Complaints Commission oversight of Border and Immigration Agency (BIA) Incidents and Complaints Consultation.
The independent police complaints commission oversight of Border and Immigration Agency incidents and complaints consultation 01 Oct 2007 Policy responses Our response to the Independent Police Complaints Commission oversight of Border and Immigration Agency Incidents and Complaints Consultation
The national conversation 01 Sep 2008 Policy responses The Government is initiating a wide-ranging National Conversation that will allow the people of Scotland to make an informed decision on their future. This is our response.
The Path to Citizenship: next steps in reforming the immigration system 01 May 2008 Policy responses Our response to the UK Border Agency consultation on the path to citizenship.
The Second Destitution Tally 01 Jan 2009 Research reports Report by the Asylum Support Partnership, of which we are a member, on destitution among asylum seekers, refused asylum seekers and refugees.
The Treatment of Asylum Seekers 15 Oct 2007 Policy responses Inter-agency partnership response to Government response to the Joint Committee on Human Rights' Tenth Report of this Session: The Treatment of Asylum Seekers
They think we are nothing (executive summary) 01 Aug 2006 Research reports A snapshot of the number of destitute asylum seekers and refugees presenting to voluntary sector agencies in Scotland during a one-month period.
They think we are nothing (full report) 01 Aug 2006 Research reports A snapshot of the number of destitute asylum seekers and refugees presenting to voluntary sector agencies in Scotland during a one-month period.
This is a good place to live and think about the future (executive summary) 01 Mar 2006 Research reports This research, conducted in conjunction with the Glasgow Centre for the Child and Society, looks at the needs and experiences of unaccompanied or separated asylum seeking children in Scotland.
This is a good place to live and think about the future (executive summary): The needs and experiences of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in Scotland 01 Mar 2006 Research reports This research, conducted in conjunction with the Glasgow Centre for the Child and Society, looks at the needs and experiences of unaccompanied or separated asylum seeking children in Scotland.