A number of people and organisations contributed their work, ideas and enthusiasm to the completion of this project. First of all, we wish to thank the five researchers who carried out, transcribed and translated the interviews with the young undocumented migrants for their outstanding work: Janroj Keles (Kurds from Turkey), Tom Lam (Chinese), Thoko Mazura (Zimbabweans), Oleg Pasichnyi (Ukrainians) and Ana Souza (Brazilians). A sincere thank you also goes to the partner organisations (Evelyn Oldfield Unit, The Wai Yin Chinese Women Society, African Community Council for the Regions, Chinese Community Centre – Birmingham, ABRAS, The Zimbabwe Association, Halkevi) that helped us to reach potential interviewees in London and the regions, and took part in the capacity building workshops that we designed following their insights. Thank you also to the organisations and individuals that assisted us at various stages of this research project, especially Rakesh Jilka and Barry Giles from the School of Social Sciences at City University London and to Dogus Simsek who assisted us with the coding and data entry. We would like to thank Kirsteen Tait for her commitment, advice and support throughout the project. Finally, we would like to thank the members of the steering committee very much for their inputs and advice, and the staff of Paul Hamlyn Foundation for their support, encouragement and enthusiasm throughout the project.