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Read the latest news on child protection from around Europe. For news related to the recent refugee crisis in Europe please see our Thematic Page.

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30 Aug 2018
More than half of all croatian citizens think that Croatia should be open to refugees looking for protection, and about two thirds don’t agree with the idea of Croatia being closed by wire or walls. This was found by the research Prevalence and...
10 Jul 2017
The UNHCR had publicly announced its commitment to strategies that would ultimately better the conditions of migrant children and youth who are in Europe without parental supervision, through collaborative works with the United Nations Refugee...
20 Mar 2017
During political crisis or crisis caused by natural disasters, shortage of safe water and food threatens people's health and even life. Children younger than five years are especially in danger and the most vulnerable are those younger than one year...
08 Jul 2016
UNICEF Regional Office for Central East Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) as part of its partnership with the Child Protection Hub for South East Europe has supported implementation of three rounds of trainings in tfYROM as...
07 Jul 2016
UNICEF Regional Office for Central East Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) as part of its partnership with the Child Protection Hub for South East Europe has supported implementation of three rounds of trainings in Slovenia   as...
16 Jun 2016
A brief has been prepared by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee summarizing the recent legislative changes to the Hungarian asylum law between April and June 2016, including their detrimental effects on asylum-seekers and refugees in the country....

Taken in Tabanovce, FYROM, at Tdh/La Strada safe space. Photo Käser by Peter K/Tdh

24 Nov 2015
Child Protection Hub for South East Europe and UNICEF CEE/CIS Regional Office are thrilled to announce their collaboration on a new project “Developing capacities and providing support to frontline workers assisting refugees and migrant children in...
18 Nov 2015
Current migration situation in Europe would be much worse if government and civil associations with their volunteers, were not involved. Volunteers from the Brave Phone, Anja Pećnik and Karla Knežević, and Dajana Lukić Demeter, emergency doctor,...

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