UNICEF and Childhub continue training frontline workers to assist refugees and migrant children

05 May 2016

UNICEF Regional Office for Central East Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) is  extending its collaboration  with  the Child Protection Hub for South East Europe in implementing Phase II of the project “Developing capacities and providing support to frontline workers assisting refugees and migrant children in four countries in South Eastern Europe”.

The project aims to improve the protection of vulnerable children on the move (including unaccompanied, separated as well as in families) and their rights during their migration process in the region.

The project throughout the various trainings and learning methodologies  will provide professionals responding to the refugee and migrant crisis an opportunity to learn, reflect and share knowledge and experiences on refugees and migrants children protection related issues.

The first scoping  mission will be conducted in Slovenia with support of UNICEF in  Slovenia, in the period between 5th to the 7th of May, followed by five foundation trainings  during the first week of June, aiming at training 100 participants on topics      identified during the scoping mission. Similar training are also being planned for tfYROM.

 

To read about Phase I of the project, please click here.

This project is funded by: