ILPA publishes updated Resources Guide for Legal Practitioners Working with Refugee Children

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

The Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA) has published a 4th edition of their Resources Guide for legal practitioners working with refugee children. The guide includes, in reverse chronological order, links to international, regional and national legal instruments, policy guidance, good practice publications, and reports by official bodies, NGOs and academics.

Read ILPA’s Resources Guide.

28 March 2014

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