Child protection topic: 'Children on the Move'

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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced that the first Safety Zone for unaccompanied children in the RRC Sofia - Voenna Rampa opened its doors on 17 June, 2019. During its first...
In late May, the Parisian gallery, Mains d’Oeuvres, opened its doors and welcomed unaccompanied migrant minors for eleven days. The cultural space, situated in the Paris suburb of Saint-Ouen, became...
In its recent report, the United Nations Human Rights Committee has called on the Netherlands to strengthen investigation efforts concerning the whereabouts of 1,600 child asylum-seekers who...
This report, published by Cordelia Foundation, Hungarian Helsinki Committee, Foundation for Access to Rights, and the Assistance Centre for Torture Survivors, explores the experiences of migrant...
Data and Trend Analysis (DATA) Refugees and Migrants at the Western Balkans Route Regional Overview, covering period January - March 2019, describes key trends in migrations in the region, detailing...
This report highlights the latest trends and developments in the situation of refugees and migrants in the Republic of Serbia, based on the data and a series of testimonies collected by the...
About the webinar: During this webinar you can learn more about 4 years of good practice but also numerous challenges related to working with refugees and migrants children in Belgrade, Serbia. About...
A recent photo of a man and his daughter who drowned while trying to enter the United States has sparked global outcry. The pair were reported to have travelled from El Salvador to Mexico, and were...
As a result of war, poverty and climate change, an increasing number of families are on the move all over the world. An estimate of 30 million children have been displaced due to armed conflicts...
In 2016, UNICEF reported that more than 50 million children had been displaced, from which, 28 million were fleeing violence and insecurity. Children are often separated from their families, or they...

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