About 30% of the migrant population reaching Europe over the past years were children – many of them separated or unaccompanied. In their host countries, migrant and refugee children and youth face considerable challenges in terms of education, social inclusion, and subsequent employment.
As part of our MINT project, Terre des hommes and its partners work in Romania, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovenia to facilitate the integration of migrant and refugee children, enhance social relations, and empower both local youth and third-country national children.
Follow this photo album (and read the captions) to learn more about the 'Mentoring for integration of children affected by migration' project, which is funded by the European Commission.
Or watch the welcome message to foreign children in their new home:
- Welcome to Czech Republic!
- About Poland. About us
- "Every good friend was a stranger at first" - a video presentation of Romania
- Let's get to know Slovenia