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Thematic news: Children on the move

[Germany] Localizing Europe’s Asylum System
07 Oct 2019
Although there are fewer and fewer refugees, misconceptions, such as labelling all asylum seekers as ‘illegal immigrants’ and fear of the pull effect, keep the debate on asylum and migration heated, and make beneficial proposals almost impossible.
[Greece] Greek Consulate in Boston Honors Organization Helping Refugee Children
04 Oct 2019
The recent increase of unaccompanied migrant children raises serious issues in child protection. More and more refugee children arrive in the country without parental or other protection.
[Southern Europe] UN: 72,000+ refugees enter Europe since start of 2019
04 Oct 2019
In the first three quarters of the year:
[United Kingdom] Action needed on refugee children in Greece
02 Oct 2019
Safe Passage urges the UK government to urgently evacuate unaccompanied children in danger on Greek islands and safely reunited with their families in the UK. A no-deal Brexit may block the route to a family reunion.
[Greece] Ministry seeks to improve conditions for unaccompanied refugee children
01 Oct 2019
There were 4,501 unaccompanied children in Greece at the end of September and the numbers are rising, which give a big challenge to the country’s child protection mechanisms.
[Bulgaria] Interview with Kristina Gologanova on working with migrant children victims of torture in Bulgaria
27 Sep 2019
Research on the provision of support to migrant victims of torture has emerged only relatively recently.
[Greece] Uniting youth through sports | Terre des hommes
25 Sep 2019
The European week of sports celebrates its 5th edition this year; and 2019 brings a success story – after a long struggle with documentation,
[Turkey] Turkey stops 300,000 irregular migrants en route to EU so far this year
18 Sep 2019
Between 1st of January and 12th September Turkey has stopped 269.059 irregular migrants crossing Europe, the highest ever. The number is expected to grow by the end of the year.


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