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FoHS application
Health Stream Award
from the City of Sanctuary
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M Cooper, C Waskett, J Wilcock
Streams of
Sanctuary
Health
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http://www.cityofsanctuary.org/
Sanctuary awards
1) Learn
2) Embed
3) Share
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http://www.cityofsanctuary.org/health/health-awards
Host
conferences,
events and
meetings
Market
events
through our
networks
Share stalls at
conferences
Staff engaged
in refugee
research
Secured funding
and are
developing videos
Donations
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Sponsor
Bradford
Schools of
Sanctuary
What we are
doing in the
FoHS
Service user
group
Facilitated
women to speak
at conferences
Our staff are
on refugee
committees
‘Global
context
model’
Sanctuary in
University
group
M Cooper, C Waskett, J Wilcock
What we need to do to achieve the award?
1) Learn: Pre-registration students & staff training
2) Embed: Teaching into curricula. Refugees part of service
user engagement with PMT & curriculum development
 3) Share:
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What do you know about asylum
seekers and refugees?
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Question 1
Define the following terms
• Asylum seeker
• Refugee
• Refused asylum seeker
• Illegal asylum seeker
• Illegal immigrant
• Economic migrant
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Question 1
• Asylum seeker: a person who has left their country of
origin and formally applied for asylum in another country
but whose application has not yet been considered
• Refugee: Someone who is unable or unwilling to return to
their country of origin “because of persecution or a wellfounded fear of persecution on account of race, religion,
nationality, membership of a particular social group, or
political opinion” 1951 UN convention Relating to the Status of Refugees
• In the UK a person is officially a refugee when they have
their claim for asylum accepted by the government.
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POWERPOINT PRESENTATION TEMPLATE GREEN
Question 1
• Refused asylum seeker: a person whose asylum
application has been unsuccessful and who has no
other claim for protection awaiting a decision.
• Illegal asylum seeker: no such things as every
individual from any country has the right to claim
asylum.
• Illegal immigrant: someone whose entry into or
presence in a country contravenes immigration laws.
• Economic migrant: someone who has moved to
another country to work. Refugees are not economic
migrants.
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Question 2
• What percentage of the world’s refugees live in the UK?
1% of 15 million
• What percentage of the UK population are refugees?
0.23%
• What percentage of asylum seekers are given leave to
remain in the UK?
17% then 30% after appeal
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Question 3
Who seeks asylum in the UK?
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Question 4
• What benefits can asylum seekers in the UK claim?
£36.62 per person, per week
• What about failed asylum seekers?
Nothing. Can Apply for ‘Section 4’ Azure card £30 per
week
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Question 5
What do the following mean in relation to asylum seekers?
• Detention
• Destitution
• Dispersal
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‘Thinking Back’ song
http://www.cityofsanctuary.org/coventry/thinking-back
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http://www.nurseeducationtoday.com/article/S0260-6917(12)00121-9/abstract
Emily’s story
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http://www.nurseeducationtoday.com/article/S0260-6917(12)00121-9/abstract
The way forward
1) Embed into undergraduate curriculum
2) Article 26 scholarships and the Helena Kennedy Trust
3) University of Sanctuary
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