This is the report into the situation of many young people that sits behind the multitude of ‘art for refugees’ projects that take place in the UK, and explains why they are needed. Commissioned by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation to stimulate debate about how society should respond, and produced by researchers at City University and University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre. It allows a large number of young people in this difficult situation to talk honestly about their lives and experience of getting by in the UK

Alice Bloch, Nando Sigona, Roger Zetter
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
1 December 2009
No right to dream The social and economic lives of young undocumented migrants in Britain