Baobab Centre for Young Survivors in Exile – Surviving violence, creating hope, rebuilding lives


What we do

At the Baobab Centre we offer a community of support to young survivors of child‑specific human rights abuses who arrived as unaccompanied minors in the UK.

We are a transitional space where issues of trauma and loss are explored through multi‑disciplinary work, allowing young people to start on their journey to thrive in society. We fight for their rights, for their needs, for rehabilitation and justice.

Our work with Young People

Our work on Advocacy and Justice

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Find out about our advocacy, justice and policy work
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Baobab Talks

Our popular series of free, public events, encouraging public debates of issues at the crossroad of mental health, children and young people and the asylum system
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Bringing our expertise to inform public debates on mental health and the asylum system