Increasing awareness of the realities of irregular migration through television, film, social media, podcasts, civil society and community organisations.
Enhancing knowledge about the mental health crisis linked to West African irregular migration to the UK and helping to develop appropriate and integrated government and civil society responses.
Exploring micro-solutions to develop individual tailored futures for irregular migrants.
Mentoring, visitation, pre- and post-departure counselling services for detainees and individuals released into the community.
Rerouting though life skills programmes, including money management, skills workshops and sourcing appropriate online skills and educational courses targeted at market needs and lucrative income streams.
Strengthening support for deportees including reorientation on arrival and reintegration.
Involving local communities and West African diaspora groups in developing rerouting solutions.
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