Information and Resources

Title Publish Date Category Description
Chapter 1: Introduction - Table of Contents - Farsi 27 Sep 2010 Client information Brief introduction and table of content pages in Farsi
Chapter 1: Introduction - Table of Contents - French 27 Sep 2010 Client information Brief introduction and table of content pages in French
Chapter 1: Introduction - Table of Contents - Pashto 01 Mar 2010 Client information Brief introduction and table of content pages in Pashto
Chapter 1: Introduction - Table of Contents - Somali 30 Mar 2010 Client information Brief introduction and table of content pages in Somali.
Chapter 2: Welcome to Scotland - English 23 Sep 2010 Client information Provides an overview of life in Scotland and the Glasgow area. Highlights places to visit, cutural activities, groups to join and where to get support.
Chapter 2: Welcome to Scotland - Farsi 27 Sep 2010 Client information Provides an overview of life in Scotland and the Glasgow area. Highlights places to visit, cutural activities, groups to join and where to get support. Provided in Farsi.
Chapter 2: Welcome to Scotland - French 27 Sep 2010 Client information Provides an overview of life in Scotland and the Glasgow area. Highlights places to visit, cutural activities, groups to join and where to get support. Provided in French.
Chapter 2: Welcome to Scotland - Pashto 01 Mar 2010 Client information Provides an overview of life in Scotland and the Glasgow area. Highlights places to visit, cutural activities, groups to join and where to get support. Provided in Pashto.
Chapter 2: Welcome to Scotland - Somali 30 Mar 2010 Client information Provides an overview of life in Scotland and the Glasgow area. Highlights places to visit, cutural activities, groups to join and where to get support. Provided in Somali.
Chapter 3: Your Asylum Claim - English 23 Sep 2010 Client information Provides information on claiming asylum in the UK and the decisions made on your application, identifies the role of a legal representatives and explains terminology such as 'Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Child' and 'refugee'.