Refugees suffer lack of childcare
Wednesday, April 5, 2006
One in five refugee women in London has no access to registered childcare, according to new research focusing on their experiences of early years services in the capital. The study, launched on Friday at the East London Childcare Institute by the Refugee Women's Association (RWA), questioned 147 refugee mothers from 27 different countries living in inner and outer London.
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