2. Asylum support: What you'll get - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
6. (Robinson et al. 2003). The integration and onward migration of refugees in Scotland: a review of the evidence
7. (Anie et al. 2005), found in The integration and onward migration of refugees in Scotland: a review of the evidence
8. In November 2021 the Home Office opened a number of hotels for people seeking asylum to live in, named contingency accommodation. A small number were outside of Glasgow and housing approximately 400 people seeking asylum. Unaccompanied asylum seeking children have been placed across the whole of Scotland prior this.
16. New Scots refugee integration Strategy 2018 to 2022: engagement analysis - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)
18. This includes people who have been granted refugee status or another form of humanitarian protection; people seeking asylum; and those whose application for asylum has been refused, but who remain in Scotland.
19. Castles, S., & Miller, M. (2003). The age of migration. International population movements in the modern world (3rd ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
20. Ager A, Strang A. (2004) Indicators of Integration: Final Report, Home Office Development and Practice Report 28, London Home Office. The Home Office published an updated framework for Indicators of Integration in 2019, which is available here: Home Office Indicators of Integration framework 2019 (publishing.service.gov.uk)
21. There was just one group (Education) during the first Strategy. Following the engagement to develop the second Strategy, a separate language group was established, due to the importance of language that came through in the feedback. However, during the implementation of the second Strategy, the Education and Language groups merged back into one as they shared common interests and involved many of the same partners.StrategyStrategy
23. More information about the funding call for NSRIDP can be found here: Guidance for applicants - New Scots Refugee Integration Delivery Project: guidance - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)
25. Darnton, A. and Horne, J (2013) ‘Influencing behaviours – moving beyond the individual: ISM user guide’, Scottish Government website [online] Available from: https://www.gov.scot/publications/influencing-behaviours-moving-beyond-individual-user-guide-ism-tool/.
26. Mayne, J. (2008) ‘Contribution analysis: An approach to exploring cause and effect’, The Institutional Learning and Change (ILAC) Initiative, pp. 1-4.
27. Morton and Cook (2022) How do you know if you are making a difference? A practical handbook for public service organisations, Policy Press, Bristol
28. Question 12: If your organisation has NOT used the New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy in its work, please explain why?
30. Ministers did not need to agree changes to the themed group action plans, however, the Core Group did.
31. People seeking asylum are not eligible to work in the UK. Only refugees are able to access employment. However, refugees and people seeking asylum can access volunteering opportunities.
33. Scottish Funding Council (2015) http://www.sfc.ac.uk/web/FILES/Funding_Streams_Student_Support/Support_for_Asylum_Seekers_in_Further_Higher_Education.pdf
35. Phipps, A. , Aldegheri, E. and Fisher, D. (2022) The New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy: a report on the local and international dimensions of integrating refugees in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow.
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