Professor Marie-Bénédicte Dembour
House of Lords European Union Committee - Children in crisis: unaccompanied migrant children in the EU. (July 2016)
UK national report (executive summary) - In whose best interests? Exploring unaccompanied minors’ rights through the lens of migration and asylum processes. (September 2015)
UK national report (full) - In whose best interests? Exploring unaccompanied minors’ rights through the lens of migration and asylum processes. (September 2015)
Wilding, J (2017) Young Eritreans are victims of poor decision making by British asylum officials. The Conversation, 25 January.
Wilding, J (2016) Immigrants told to leave UK face huge hike in fees to appeal decisions. The Conversation, 28 September.
Wilding, J (2016) Explainer: how does the UK decide who gets asylum? The Conversation, 26 January.
Wilding, J (2015) The false economy of giving sloppy legal advice to asylum seekers. The Conversation, 7 December.
Wilding, J (2015) Revealed: asylum seeker children face welfare lottery on arrival in Britain. The Conversation. 24 September.
Written responses to a call for evidence from the House of Lords for an inquiry into the situation of unaccompanied children in the EU carried out by the EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee relating to the situation for unaccompanied children in the EU in relation to:
Home and Away: migrant and refugee resettlement in the UK event, as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science on Friday 13 November from 2-6pm in the University of Brighton Grand Parade Boardroom.
Children And Youth On The Move: Towards A More Precise Definition Of Their Best Interests (planned for 19 & 20 November 2015) in Portoroz, Slovenia.