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The holistic approach in Scotland of integration from day one aims to limit the effects of a two-tier system as far as it is possible to do so. New Scots has encouraged innovative approaches to be piloted and projects to consider new ways of engaging refugees and service providers in work which aims to make improvements. Such work has indicated real benefits for those participating directly and it is hoped will also contribute to long-term integration and the development of more resilient communities. Service providers across Glasgow recognise the challenge of promoting health and wellbeing amongst the asylum seeking and refugee population.

The programme set out to esablish and test an innovative model of health promotion through peer education. Promoting actions for good health by refugees and asylum seekers for refugees and asylum seekers, with community empowerment as a core value of the project. Learning how to organise and deliver peer education sessions in a fun and interactive way. Being able to do things like hill walking, climbing and other activities with the peer groups makes me happy. My English, self-confidence and network circle got bigger and bigger throughout this project. Layla, an Iranian refugee who arrived in Scotland in volunteered as a peer educator with Farsi speaking asylum seekers and refugees for 10 months, while her asylum claim was being processed.

She promoted the project, recruited and trained peer groups, facilitated the groups and worked as part of the groups to create and implement their collective action plan, to improve their health and wellbeing. Layla was recognised as a refugee, by UK Visa and Immigration a year after claiming asylum, while she was volunteering on the project. As part of building her life in Scotland she is now pursuing a course in Social Care and working to support herself while studying full time. In addition to the specific actions associated with New Scots, there are a number of other strategies, action plans and pieces of legislation which will support the integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland.

During the timeframe of the New Scots strategy these have included:.

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Contents Close. New Scots Background and Context Who is a refugee? Article 1 A of the Convention defines a refugee as a person who: Owing to well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable, or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country; or who, not having a nationality and being outside the country of his former habitual residence as a result of such events, is unable or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to return to it.

Vision For a Scotland where refugees are able to build a new life from the day they arrive and to realise their full potential with the support of mainstream services; and where they become active members of our communities with strong social relationships. Purpose and Development The purpose of the New Scots strategy was to coordinate the efforts of all organisations involved in supporting refugees and people seeking asylum in Scotland in order to make Scotland a welcoming place to people seeking protection from persecution and human rights abuses.

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Context When New Scots was developed in figures showed around 2, asylum seekers in Scotland. Increasing Humanitarian Crisis New Scots was developed prior to the impact of the increasing humanitarian crisis due to the war in Syria. Before October Asylum seekers arrive to Glasgow Most refugees live in Glasgow After October Asylum seekers arrive to communities across Scotland A holistic approach The New Scots strategy is for all refugees and asylum seekers, no matter how they arrived in Scotland.

Name has been changed. New legislation and strategies In addition to the specific actions associated with New Scots, there are a number of other strategies, action plans and pieces of legislation which will support the integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland. During the timeframe of the New Scots strategy these have included: Race Equality Framework for Scotland [12] - sets out the Scottish Government's approach to promoting race equality and tackling racism. Needs of Dispersed Asylum Seekers. Ministerial Foreword.

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