“That happened to me too”: Dr Victoria Canning explains the asylum navigation board

At this year’s British Society of Criminology conference, the co-developer of our asylum navigation board Dr Victoria Canning explains why we came up with the board, how it works, and why it’s so important.


Too many people are unaware of their rights in the asylum and immigration system, what they need to do, and that the problems they face haven’t just happened to them.

Information, action, cooperation, sharing.

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