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New Scots refugee integration strategy 2018-2022: evidence of integration

Published: 30 May 2019

A study of existing evidence on refugee integration in Scotland to support the New Scots strategy 2018-2022.

New Scots refugee integration strategy 2018-2022: evidence of integration
Annex: Evidence Sources Presented by Category

Annex: Evidence Sources Presented by Category

Employment and Welfare Rights

Title

Sponsor(s)

Author(s)

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Refugees’ Opportunities and Barriers in Employment and Training

The Department for Work and Pensions

Alice Bloch

2002

UK

Mixed Methods

Refugees, Recent Migrants and Employment: Challenging Barriers and Exploring Pathways

Academic work

Sonia McKay

2009

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Labour Market Integration of Refugees: Strategies and good practices

European Parliament

Regina Konle-Seidl and Georg Bolits

2016

EU

Literature Review

Changing the face of the Scottish teaching profession? The experiences of refugee teachers

Academic work

Henry Kum, Ian Menter and Geri Smyth

2009

Scotland

Qualitative Methods

‘When They don’t Use it They will Lose it’: Professionals, Deprofessionalization and Reprofessionalization: the Case of Refugee Teachers in Scotland

Academic work

Geri Smyth and Henry Kum

2010

Scotland

Qualitative Methods

Understanding the informal economic activity of refugees in London

Community Links and The Refugee Council

Aaron Barbour, Lisa Doyle, Marlen Llanes, James Lee and Maeve McGoldrick

2011

London

Mixed Methods

The forbidden workforce: Asylum seekers, the employment concession and access to the UK labour market

ASSET UK Development Partnership Board

Deng Yai, Aghileh Djafari Marbini and Razia Balimoria

2005

UK

Quantitative Methods

Scoping Study on Support Mechanisms for the Recognition of the Skills, Learning and Qualifications of Migrant Workers and Refugees

Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) Partnership

Paul Guest and Michela Vecchia

2010

Scotland

Qualitative Methods

Employment and integration of refugee doctors in Scotland

Global Commission on International Migration

Emma Stewart

2005

Scotland

Mixed Methods

‘I Want to Do Anything which Is Decent and Relates to My Profession’: Refugee Doctors’ and Teachers’ Strategies of Re-Entering Their Professions in the UK

Academic work

Emilia Piętka-Nykaza

2015

UK

Qualitative Methods

Housing

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Moving Towards Integration: The Housing of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Britain

Academic paper

Deborah Phillips

2004

UK

Qualitative Method

The Extent and Impact of Asylum Accommodation Problems in Scotland

Scottish Refugee Council

Vicky Glen and Kate Lindsay

2014

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Making homelessness applications for refugees in England.  A guide for anyone supporting newly recognised single refugees

Trust For London

Chloë Morgan and Eve Bartlett

2017

England

Qualitative Method

Asylum Seekers in Scotland: The Accommodation of Diversity

Academic paper

Duncan Sim and Alison Bowes

2007

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

The Long Term Integration of Gateway Protection Programme: Refugees in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire

University of the West of Scotland and Oxfam Partnership

Duncan Sim and Kait Laughlin

2014

Lanarkshire

Qualitative Method

Navigating the Maze: Refugees Routes to Housing, Support and Settlement in Scotland

Scottish Refugee Council & Access Apna Ghar Housing Association (AAGHA)

Gina Netto and Anne Fraser

2009

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Education

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Let Refugees Learn

Refugee Action

Refugee Action

2016

England

Qualitative Methods

A lot to learn: refugees, asylum seekers and post-16 learning

Nuffield Foundation

Lisa Doyle and Gill O’Toole

2013

England

Qualitative Methods

Something to smile about: promoting and supporting the educational and recreational needs of refugee children

Department for Education

Sarah Walker

2011

England

Qualitative Methods

Education and schooling for asylum-seeking and refugee students in Scotland: An Exploratory Study

Scottish Government

Mano Candappa, with Miriam Ahmad, Ben Balata, Rayenne Dekhinet and Dogan Gocmen

2007

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Observing in order to understand multicultural classrooms

European Commission

Lorenzo Luatti

2011

Europe

Mixed Methods

Educational needs and experiences of refugee children in Scotland

What Works Scotland

Maureen McBride, Kevin Lowden, Chris Chapman and Nicholas Watson

2018

Scotland

Qualitative Methods

Refugee Children’s Education: A Review of the Literature Review

What Works Scotland

Maureen McBride

2018

Scotland

Literature Review

Language

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Monitoring for equality? Asylum seekers and refugees’ retention and achievement in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Refugee Council and the University of Birmingham.

Jenny Phillimore

2010

UK

Qualitative Method

Experiences of Integration Policy related findings on employment, ESOL and vocational training

Refugee Council, Big Lottery fund via the University of Birmingham.

Kavita Brahmbhatt with Gaby Atfield, Helene Irving, James Lee and Therese O’Toole

2007

UK

Qualitative Method

Sharing Lives Sharing Languages

Scottish Refugee Council; Scottish Government

Lavinia Hirsu and Emily Bryson

2017

Scotland

Qualitative Method

Survival English

WEA

not specified

Scotland

Qualitative Method

Syrian New Scots

WEA

not specified

Scotland

Qualitative Method

Locked Out of Learning: A snapshot of ESOL provision in England

Refugee Action

2017

England

Mixed Methods

Health and Wellbeing

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Refugee peer education for health and well-being

NHS, Scottish Refugee Council

Alison B Strang

2015

Scotland

Qualitative Method

Integration or isolation?: Mapping social connections and well-being amongst refugees in Glasgow

Positive Mental Attitudes, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Queen Margaret University

Alison B Strang and Neil Quinn

2013

Glasgow

Qualitative Method

Health needs of asylum seekers and refugees

Academic paper

Angela Burnett and Michael Peel

2001

UK

Quantitative Method

Mental health of refugees in Inner-London

Academic paper

D. Murphy, D. Ndegwa, A. Kanani, C. Rojas-Jaimes and A. Webster

2002

London

Qualitative Method

Approaches to health provision in the age of super-diversity: Accessing the NHS in Britain’s most diverse city

Jenny Phillimore

2011

UK

Mixed Methods

“They do not understand the problem I have”: Refugee well being and mental health

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Jenny Phillimore, Ergul Ergun, Lisa Goodson and Deborah Hennessy with Birmingham New Community Network Community Researchers

2007

UK

Qualitative Method

Women and Children First? Refused Asylum Seekers’ Access to and Experiences of Maternity Care in Glasgow

Scottish Refugee Council

Sylvie Da Lomba and Nina Murray

2014

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Progress for People and Places: Monitoring change in Glasgow’s communities.  Evidence from the GoWell Surveys 2006 and 2008

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board

GoWell team

2010

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

First do no harm: denying healthcare to people whose asylum claims have failed.

Oxfam’s UK Poverty Programme, and Pierce Glynn Solicitors

Nancy Kelley and Juliette Stevenson

2006

UK

Mixed Methods

Health, Wellbeing and Social Inclusion of Migrants in North Glasgow

GoWell

Ade Kearns and Elise Whitley

2010

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Developing a model for culturally competent primary care nursing for asylum applicants and refugees in Scotland: A review of the literature

Academic paper

Julia Quickfall

2004

Scotland

Literature Review

An evaluation of the Sanctuary Community Conversation Programme to address mental health stigma with asylum seekers and refugees in Glasgow

NHS Health Scotland

Neil Quinn, Sidra Shirjeel, Lindsay Siebelt and Ruth Donnelly

2010

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Refugees, mental health and stigma in Scotland: Briefing Paper

Scottish Refugee Council, See me, Mental Health Foundation

2016

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Healthy Migrants in an Unhealthy City? The Effects of Time on the Health of Migrants Living in Deprived Areas of Glasgow

Academic paper

Ade Kearns, Elise Whitley, Matt Egan, Catherine Tabbner and Carol Tannahill

2016

Glasgow

Quantitative Method

A civilised society: mental health provision for refugees and asylum seekers in England and Wales

Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales

2009

England and Wales

Literature Review

Communities, Culture and Social Connections

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Best practice for community involvement in the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Programme

Refugees Welcome Scotland

Lowri Richards and Sabine Gundel

2017

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Warm Welcome? Understanding public attitudes to asylum seekers in Scotland

Institute for Public Policy Research

Miranda Lewis

2006

Scotland with focus on Glasgow

Quantitative Method

Sanctuary and Solidarity in Scotland. A strategy for supporting refugee and receiving communities. 2016 – 2021.

Scottish Refugee Council

Scottish Refugee Council

Pos. 2018 (unclear)

Scotland

Mixed Methods

The Holistic. Integration. Service. Learning and Evaluation. Year 1: 2013 – 2014

Big Lottery Fund Scotland

Alison Strang, Elodie Mignard and Ruth Marsden.

2013

Scotland

Mixed Methods

The Holistic. Integration. Service. Learning and Evaluation. Year 2

Big Lottery Fund Scotland

Alison Strang, Helen Baillot and Elodie Mignard

2015

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Rights, Resilience and Refugee Integration in Scotland, New Scots and the Holistic Integration: Scottish Refugee Council Holistic Integration Service Report

Big Lottery Fund Scotland

Alison Strang, Helen Baillot and Elodie Mignard

2016

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Immigration and Independence: Public Opinion on Immigration in Scotland in the Context of the Referendum Debate

Migration Observatory - University of Oxford

Scott Blinder

2014

Scotland

Quantitative Method

Evidencing the social and cultural benefits and costs of migration in Scotland.

COSLA Strategic Migration Partnership

R. Kay and A. Morrison

2012

Glasgow

Qualitative Method

The Impact of Migrant Children in Glasgow Schools

COSLA, University of Glasgow, Glasgow City Council

Stephen Dillon

2013

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Widening the Welcome – Exploring experiences of refugee resettlement approaches in Scotland

Scottish Government

The Scottish Community Development Centre (SCDC)

2018

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Briefing: UK Public Opinion toward Immigration: Overall Attitudes (5th Revision)

The Economic and Social Research Council.

Scott Blinder and Lindsay Richards

2018

UK

Quantitative Method

Is Scotland different on race and migration?

Academic work

Alistair Hunter and Nasar Meer

2018

UK

Mixed Methods

‘He's a Cracking Wee Geezer from Pakistan’: Lay Accounts of Refugee Integration Failure and Success in Scotland

Academic work

Steve Kirkwood, Andy McKinlay and Chris McVittie

2015

Scotland

Qualitative Method

‘Some People It's Very Difficult to Trust’: Attributions of Agency and Accountability in Practitioners' Talk About Integration

Academic work

Steve Kirkwood, Andy McKinlay and Chris McVittie

2013

Scotland

Qualitative Method

‘People Look at Us, the Way We Dress, and They Think We’re Gangsters’: Bonds, Bridges, Gangs and Refugees: A Qualitative Study of Inter-Cultural Social Capital in Glasgow

Academic work

Ross Deuchar

2011

Glasgow

Qualitative Method

GoWell Findings: Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Glasgow’s Regeneration Areas, 2006-7

Glasgow Community Health and Wellbeing

2009

Glasgow

Quantitative Method

The impacts of migrants and migration into Scotland

Scottish Government

Strategic Analysis Team, Scottish Government

2016

Scotland

Quantitative Method

Briefing: Anti-Racist Education

Educational Institution Scotland

Educational Institution Scotland

2018

Scotland

Literature Review

Failing to adapt: Institutional barriers to RCOs engagement in transformation of social welfare

Academic work

Jennifer Phillimore and Lisa Goodson

2010

UK

Literature Review

Poverty and Destitution

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Refugees’ Experiences and Views of Poverty in Scotland

Scottish Poverty Information Unit

Kate Lindsay, Morag Gillespie and Louise Dobbie

2010

Scotland

Qualitative Method

‘Even Among Asylum Seekers we are the Lowest’: Life on Section 4 Support in Glasgow

Scottish Poverty Information Unit

Gareth Mulvey

2009

Glasgow

Quantitative Method

The Second Destitution Tally: An indication of the extent of destitution among asylum seekers, refused asylum seekers and refugees

The Asylum Support Partnership

Kate Smart

2009

UK

Quantitative Method

They think we are nothing. A survey of destitute asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland

Scottish Refugee Council

Mhoraig Green

2006

Scotland

Quantitative Method

‘I want to participate’: transition experiences of new refugees in Glasgow

Institute for Global Health and Development, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK; Scottish Refugee Council, Glasgow, UK

Alison B. Strang, Helen Baillot and Elodie Mignard

2017

Glasgow

Quantitative Method

Refugees without refuge – Findings from a survey of newly recognised refugees

The Refugee Council

The Refugee Council

2017

England

Quantitative Method

28 days later: experiences of new refugees in the UK

The Refugee Council

Lisa Doyle

2014

UK

Qualitative Method

Your inflexible friend The cost of living without cash

The Asylum Support Partnership

Sile Reynolds

2010

UK

Quantitative Method

Poverty and Asylum in the UK

Oxfam and the Refugee Council

Jan Penrose

2002

UK

Quantitative Method

Hungry and Homeless: The impact of the withdrawal of state support on asylum seekers, refugee communities and the volunteer sector

Published by the Refugee Council with funding from Oxfam

Bharti Patel and Saoirse Kerrigan

2004

UK

Quantitative Method

Poor health, no wealth, no home: a case study of destitution

British Red Cross

Jacob Beswick and Alison McNulty

2015

South-Yorkshire

Mixed Methods

Asylum seekers and refugees: a litmus test for Scotland?

Migration Scotland

Gareth Mulvey

2014

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Poverty and Income Inequality – Improving Data for Ethnicity and Religion

Scottish Government Intern Project

2018

Scotland

Mixed Methods

RST Destitution Grants 2017-18

Refugee Survival Trust

2018

Scotland

Quantitative Method

RST Destitution Grants April – December 2017 (Q1 – Q3 2017-18)

Refugee Survival Trust

2017

Scotland

Quantitative Method

A Decade of Destitution: Time to Make a Change

British Red Cross and Boaz Trust

British Red Cross

2014

Manchester

Mixed Methods

The Move-on Period: An Ordeal for New Refugees.

British Red Cross

Pauline Carnet, Catherine Blanchard and Fabio Apollonio

2014

Birmingham

Mixed Methods

Children and Family Reunion

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

‘She Endures With Me’ An evaluation of the Scottish Guardianship Service Pilot

The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund

Heaven Crawley and Ravi KS Kohli

2013

Scotland

Mixed Methods

This is a good place to live and think about the future…

The needs and experiences of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in Scotland

The Glasgow Centre for the Child and Society and the Scottish Refugee Council

Peter Hopkins and Malcolm Hill

2006

Scotland

Qualitative Method

An inspection of family reunion applications

Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration

David Bolt

2016

UK

Quantitative Method

Safe But Not Settled: The impact of family separation on refugees in the UK

The Refugee Council and Oxfam

Eilidh Beaton, Anna Musgrave and Josephine Liebl

2018

UK

Qualitative Method

‘One Day We Will Be Reunited’ Experiences of Refugee Family Reunion in the UK

Scottish Refugee Council

Judith Connell and Gareth Mulvey

2010

UK

Mixed Methods

Still at risk: A review of support for trafficked children

The Children’s Society and the Refugee Council

Anita Franklin and Lisa Doyle

2013

UK

Mixed Methods

Not a minor offence: unaccompanied children locked up as part of the asylum system

Refugee council

Judith Dennis

2012

UK

Mixed Methods

Lives in the Balance: The quality of immigration legal advice given to separated children seeking asylum

The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund

Laura Brownlees and Terry Smith

2011

UK

Qualitative Method

Ringing the Changes: The impact of guidance on the use of Sections 17 and 20 of the Children Act 1989 to support unaccompanied asylum-seeking children

Refugee Council

Judith Dennis

2005

UK

Qualitative Method

A Case for Change: How refugee children in England are missing out

The Children’s Society, Save the Children and Refugee Council

Judith Dennis

2006

England

Quantitative Method

Daring to dream: Raising the achievement of 14 to 16 year old asylum-seeking and refugee children and young people

Funded by KPMG Foundation, published by Refugee Council

Nora McKenna

2005

UK

Mixed Methods

Where are the children? A mapping exercise on numbers of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in the UK: September 2000 – March 2001

The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund

The Refugee Council and the British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering

2001

UK

Quantitative  Method

Separated Children in the UK

The Refugee Council and Save the Children

Wendy Ayotte and Louise Williamson

2001

UK

Mixed Methods

How reuniting families can provide solutions to the refugee crisis

British Red Cross

Karl Pike, Vanessa Cowan, Olivia Field and Joe Potter

2016

UK

Qualitative Method

Not So Straightforward: the need for qualified legal support in refugee family reunion

British Red Cross

Jacob Beswick

2015

Birmingham

Mixed Methods

Voices of Strength and Pain: Impacts of separation, loss and trauma on health and wellbeing of reuniting refugee families

British Red Cross

Ruth Marsden

2015

Scotland

Qualitative Method

“We started life again": Integration experiences of refugee families reuniting in Glasgow

British Red Cross

Ruth Marsden and Catherine Harris

2015

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Social Capital and Refugee Children: Does it help their integration and education in Scottish schools?

Geri Smyth, George MacBride, Grace Paton and Nathalie Sheridan

2010

Glasgow

Qualitative Method

‘They Give Me Courage’ Evaluation Report of Scottish Refugee Council’s Family Keywork Service

Scottish Refugee Council

Helen Baillot, Jackie Tolland and Esther Muchena

2016

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Integration As A Whole

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Moving on? Integration and onward migration of dispersed refugees in the UK.

ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council)

Emma Stewart and Marnie Shaffer

2015

UK

Mixed Methods

Understanding Integration: A Conceptual Framework

Academic work

Alastair Ager and Alison Strang

2008

UK

Mixed Methods

Refugees, Acculturation Strategies, Stress and Integration

Academic work

Jenny Phillimore

2010

Birmingham

Qualitative Method

Integration: Mapping the Field

Home Office

Stephen Castles, Maja Korac, Ellie Vasta and Steven Verotovec

2002

UK

Mixed Methods

Integration: mapping the field volume II - distilling policy lessons from the “mapping the field” exercise’

Home Office

Claire Fyvie, Alastair Ager, Gavan Curley and Maja Korac

2003

UK

Mixed Methods

Our Shared Future

Commission for Integration and Cohesion

Commission for Integration and Cohesion

2007

England

Mixed Methods

Refugee Settlement: Can Communities Cope?

Maknun Gameledin-Ashami, Libby Cooper and Barry Knight

2002

UK

Qualitative Method

Gender and Refugee Integration: a Quantitative Analysis of Integration and Social Policy Outcomes

Academic work

Sin Yi Cheung and Jenny Phillimore

2016

UK

Qualitative Method

Multi-level Policy-Making and Migrant Integration in Britain.

Academic work

Gareth Mulvey

Ongoing

UK

Mixed Methods

Refugee Integration in Scotland

Scottish Refugee Council

Claire Fyvie, Alastair Ager, Gavan Curley and Maja Korac

2011

Scotland

Quantitative Method

Refugees and asylum seekers: A review from an equality and human rights perspective

Equality and Human Rights Commission

Peter Aspinall and Charles Watters

2010

UK

Mixed Methods

‘Refugee’ is only a word: a discursive analysis of refugees’ and asylum seekers’ experiences in Scotland

Academic Work

Steven Michael Kirkwood

2012

Scotland

Qualitative Method

In Search of Normality: Refugee Integration in Scotland

Scottish Refugee Council

Gareth Mulvey

2013

Scotland

Quantitative Method

Refugee Integration in Scotland Statistical findings from stage 1

Scottish Refugee Council

Gareth Mulvey

2011

Scotland

Quantitative Method

A journey towards safety: A report on the experiences of Eritrean refugees in the UK

UNHCR, the Refugee Council and the Scottish Refugee Council

2018

UK

Mixed Method

England’s forgotten refugees: out of the fire and into the frying pan

Refugee Council

Josephine Basedow and Lisa Doyle

2016

England

Mixed Method

‘This is my village now’: Post-status refugee needs and experiences in Glasgow

Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees

Duncan Sim

2009

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Refugee Integration: Emerging Trends and Remaining Agendas

Academic work

Alison Strang and Alastair Ager

2010

EU

Mixed Methods

The impact of limited leave on refugees in the UK

Refugee Council

Lisa Doyle

2010

England

Qualitative Method

Getting There? The Effects of Functional Factors, Time and Place on the Social Integration of Migrants

Academic work

Ade Kearns and Elise Whitley

2015

Glasgow

Quantitative Method

Refugee inclusion: A literature review

Welsh Assembly Government

Terry Threadgold and Geoff Court

2005

EU, UK and Scotland

Literature Review

Refugees and other new migrants: a review of the evidence on successful approaches to integration

Home Office

Spencer et al

2004

UK

Literature Review

Resettlement of Syrian Refugees in West Dunbartonshire

What Works Scotland

Gareth Mulvey, Claire Bynner, Nina Murray and Nicholas Watson

2018

West Dunbartonshire

Qualitative Method

Migrant social integration in Glasgow’s deprived communities

GoWell

Not stated

2015

Glasgow

Quantitative Method

‘Hanging In-Between’: experiences of waiting among asylum seekers living in Glasgow

Ph.D. Thesis

Rebecca Rotter

2010

Glasgow

Qualitative Method

The integration of dispersed asylum seekers in Glasgow

Ph.D. Thesis

Alexandra Rosenberg

2008

Glasgow

Qualitative Method

Integrative Paradigms, Marginal Reality: Refugee Community Organisations and Dispersal in Britain

Academic work

David Griffiths, Nando Sigona and Roger Zetter

2006

London

Mixed Methods

Seeking safety beyond refuge: the impact of immigration and citizenship policy upon refugees in the UK.

Academic Article

Emma Stewart and Gareth Mulvey

2013

UK

Qualitative Method

Exploring the everyday life information needs and the sociocultural adaptation barriers of Syrian refugees in Scotland

Academic Work

Konstantina Martzoukou and Simon Burnett

2018

Scotland

Qualitative Method

Integrated Grant Fund Progress Report

Glasgow City Council

2013

Glasgow

Qualitative Method

Supporting Asylum Seekers: Building Capacity For Service Provision And Policy Advocacy

University of Glasgow Knowledge Exchange Fund, and the British Red Cross.

Marina Burka, Kye Askins, Gareth Mulvey, Phil Arnold and Jillian McBride

2017

UK

Mixed Methods

Refugees Welcome? The Experience of New Refugees in the UK.  A report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees

All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees

2017

UK

Quantitative  Method

New issues in refugee research: The integration and onward migration of refugees in Scotland: A review of the evidence

UNHCR Policy Development and Evaluation Service

Emma Stewart

2009

Scotland

Quantitative Method

When Policy Creates Politics: the Problematizing of Immigration and the Consequences for Refugee Integration in the UK

Academic work

Gareth Mulvey

2010

UK

Qualitative Method

Legal Status and Refugee Integration: a UK Perspective

Academic work

Sylvie Da Lomba

2010

UK

Mixed Methods

Refugee Integration Policy: The Effects of UK Policy-Making on Refugees in Scotland

Academic work

Gareth Mulvey

2015

UK

Mixed Methods

Seeing like a region: parliamentary discourses on asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland and South Australia

Susanne Schech

2010

Scotland and South Australia

Mixed Methods

An evidence base on migration and integration in London

ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, University of Oxford

Ben Gidley and Hiranthi Jayaweera

2010

London

Mixed Methods

Introduction: Critical Reflections on Refugee Integration: Lessons from International Perspectives

Academic Article

Geri Smyth, Emma Stewart and Sylvie Da Lomba

2010

Global

Mixed Methods

Bridges programme annual report 2005-2006

Bridges Programme

2006

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Bridges programme annual report 2008-2009

Bridges Programme

2009

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Bridges programme annual report 2009-2010

Bridges Programme

2010

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Bridges programme annual report 2010-2011

Bridges Programme

2011

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Bridges programme annual report 2011-2012

Bridges Programme

2012

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Bridges programme annual report 2012-2013

Bridges Programme

2013

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Bridges programme annual report 2013-2014

Bridges Programme

2014

Glasgow

Mixed Methods

Survey on Policy and Practice Related to Refugee Integration

European Refugee Fund Community Actions

Roger Zetter, David Griffiths, Nando Sigona and Margaret Hauser

2002

Europe

Quantitative Method

Refugee Council client experiences in the asylum process

Refugee Council

Richard Lumley

2010

UK

Quantitative Method

Prisoners of Terrorism? The impact of anti-terrorism measures on refugees and asylum seekers in Britain

Funded by Oxfam, published by the Refugee Council

Anja Rudiger

2007

UK

Qualitative Method

Can’t Stay.  Can’t Go.  Refused asylum seekers who cannot be returned.

British Red Cross

Catherine Blanchard and Sarah Joy

2017

UK

Mixed Methods

Empowering Asylum Seekers, Developing Good Practice

ASAP – Asylum Seekers´ Active Partnership Work Group 5

Equal Initiative – Asylum Seekers

Teija Enoranta

2007

Europe

Qualitative Method

Refugees: Renewing the Vision.

An NGO working paper on improving the asylum system

The Refugee Council in partnership with Amnesty International UK, Immigration Advisory Service and others.

Richard Williams

2004

UK

Literature Review

New Scots refugee integration strategy 2018 to 2022: engagement analysis

Scottish Government

Clare Hammond

2018

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Older Refugees

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographic scope

Method

Older Refugees in the UK: A literature review

Refugee Council

Naomi Connelly, Lora A. Forsythe, Guy Njike and Anja Rudiger

2006

England

Literature Review

LGBTI Refugees

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date

Geographic scope

Method

Sanctuary, Safety and Solidarity Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Scotland

Equality Network, BEMIS and GRAMNet

Tim Cowen, Francesca Stella, Kirsty Magahy, Kendra Strauss and James Morton

2011

Scotland

Qualitative Method

Women Refugees

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographical scope

Method

Raising refugee women's voices: Exploring the impact of Scottish Refugee Council’s work with the Refugee Women’s Strategy Group 2011-2015

Comic Relief

Melanie Quintero, Nina Murray, Elaine Connelly and Fiona Ballantyne

Pos. 2015-16

Across Scotland

Qualitative Method

The Struggle to Contribute: A report identifying the barriers encountered by refugee women on their journey to employment in Scotland

Refugee Women’s Strategy Group

2011

Scotland

Qualitative Method

Women seeking asylum: Safe from violence in the UK?

Asylum Support Appeals Project and Refugee Council

Helen Baillot and Elaine Connelly

2018

UK

Quantitative Method

When maternity doesn’t matter: Dispersing pregnant women seeking asylum

Maternity Action and the Refugee Council

Rayah Feldman

2013

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Disabled Refugees

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date

Geographical scope

method

A study of asylum seekers with special needs

Refugee Council

Helen Murshali

2005

London

Qualitative Method

Disabled people in refugee and asylum-seeking communities in Britain

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Keri Roberts and Jennifer Harris

2002

UK

Mixed Methods

Supporting disabled refugees and asylum seekers: opportunities for new approaches

Refugee Support / Metropolitan Support Trust

Kim Ward, Neil Amas and Jacob Lagnado

2008

London

Mixed Methods

Media

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographical scope

Method

Area reputation: An examination of newspaper coverage of the Sighthill estate

GoWell

2010

Glasgow (Sighthill)

Quantitative Method

Area reputation: An examination of newspaper coverage of the Red Road Estate

GoWell

2012

Glasgow (Red Road)

Quantitative Method

Forward Together: Ideas for working with asylum seekers, refugees, the media and communities

Oxfam

2008

Scotland

Quantitative Method

Policy and Strategy Documents

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographical scope

Method

Indicators of Integration: Final Report.

Home Office

Alastair Ager and Alison Strang

2004

UK

Literature Review

Scottish Refugee Council integration strategy: Sanctuary and Solidarity in Scotland A strategy for supporting refugee and receiving communities 2016 – 2021

Scottish Refugee Council

2016

Scotland

Mixed Methods

Secure Borders Safe Haven: Integration with Diversity in Modern Britain

Home Office

Home Office

2002

UK

Mixed Methods

Making a Place in the Global City: the Relevance of Indicators of Integration’

Academic work

Jenny Phillimore and Lisa Goodson

2008

UK

Mixed Methods

Handbook on Integration for policy-makers and practitioners

European Commission

European Commission Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security

2010

EU

Mixed Methods

Agenda for Integration

Refugee Council

Refugee Council

2004

UK

Literature Review

New Scots: Integrating Refugees in Scotland’s Communities 2014 - 17

Scottish Government, COSLA and Scottish Refugee Council

2014

Scotland

Strategy document

New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy 2018 - 2022

Scottish Government, COSLA and Scottish Refugee Council

2018

Scotland

Strategy document

Moving on Together: The Government's Recommitment to Supporting Refugees

Home Office

Home Office

2009

UK

Strategy document

Statistics on Asylum seekers in the UK

Title

Sponsor

Authors

Date published

Geographical scope

Method

Asylum tables

Home Office

2018

UK

Quantitative Method


Contact

Email: scotlandsrefugeestrategy@gov.scot