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Women and Children First? Refused Asylum Seekers’ Access to and Experiences of Maternity Care in Glasgow

Da Lomba, Sylvie and Murray, Nina (2014) Women and Children First? Refused Asylum Seekers’ Access to and Experiences of Maternity Care in Glasgow. [Report]

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Abstract

The aim of this project was to investigate female asylum seekers’ experiences of accessing free National Health Service (NHS) maternity care in Glasgow, with a view to assessing the adequacy and implementation of statutory regulations and Scottish Government guidance, and measuring the current legal and policy framework in Scotland against international human rights obligations. The focus of this research was on women whose claim for asylum has been refused.