Stories from lockdown: the impact of the Covid19 pandemic on the well-being of clients at Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS)

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Cogo, A., Inman, S., McCormack, P. and Rogers, M. (2021). Stories from lockdown: the impact of the Covid19 pandemic on the well-being of clients at Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SDCAS). SDCAS. https://doi.org/10.18744/lsbu.8wwv0
AuthorsCogo, A., Inman, S., McCormack, P. and Rogers, M.
TypeProject report
Abstract

The report describes the findings of research on how the Covid 19 related lockdowns affected the well-being of clients at the Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers. A small number of clients were interviewed about the practical issues of housing, food, money and about their physical and mental health during the periods of lockdowns. They were also asked about support from the Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers. The report describes the experiences of these clients between March 2020 and March 2021

Year2021
PublisherSDCAS
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.18744/lsbu.8wwv0
Web address (URL)https://www.sdcas.org.uk
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Deposited26 May 2021
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