UK Parliament Joint Committee on Human Rights: BASW to give evidence
BASW will be giving oral evidence on migrant children and age assessments, as part of the committee's scrutiny of the Nationality and Borders Bill...
Luke Geoghegan, BASW’s Head of Policy and Research, is tomorrow (17 November) appearing in front of the UK Parliament Joint Committee on Human Rights to give oral evidence as part of their legislative scrutiny of the Nationality and Borders Bill on migrant children and age assessments.
BASW was invited by the Joint Committee to give oral evidence after submitting written evidence to the committee earlier this year.
The session will take place on 17th November from about 4pm and can be watched live via Parliament TV.
Further information about the scrutiny of this Bill can also be found on the Parliament website.