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Finally Safe? Experiences of women in asylum accommodation in Birmingham

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Baobab Women's Project,MEENA Centre for Women and Children,Refugee Rights Europe

Within the context of the Home Office re-tendering process for asylum accommodation contracts, Refugee Rights Europe, in collaboration with MEENA Centre for Women and Children and the Baobab Project in Birmingham, set out to investigate asylum accommodation provision for asylum-seeking women in Britain.

The report is based on 34 surveys and ten open-ended discussions with asylum-seeking and refugee women at the Meena Centre for Women in Birmingham and lays bare the fact that much remains to be done by the Home Office and its contractors in order to ensure safe, hygienic and dignified housing for asylum-seekers in Britain.


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