Coram Children’s Legal Centre (CCLC) uses research and policy advocacy, combining specialist technical knowledge about the domestic and international law with evidence from frontline work, to ensure children’s rights are embedded in law and in practice. It does this through:
CCLC co-chairs the Refugee Children's Consortium, a group of non-governmental organisations working collaboratively to ensure that the rights and needs of refugee children are respected in accordance with relevant domestic, regional and international standards. It also co-chairs the National Asylum Stakeholder Forum Children’s subgroup, with the Home Office.
CCLC’s policy priorities for 2016 are:
For all of CCLC's briefing, consultation responses and expert evidence, browse our policy documents archive online.