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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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18 Feb 2015
 The European Union’s enlargement chief Johannes Hahn has urged Kosovo to strengthen its border and to explain to its citizens that they cannot guarantee asylum. Hahn was speaking on Wednesday outside a joint press conference with Kosovan Prime...
13 Feb 2015
The 'International Organization for Migration' reports that with the rise in irregular migration of Kosovo citizens towards the European Union (EU), Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga met with IOM Kosovo Chief of Mission Jorge Baca Vaughan on Thursday...
12 Feb 2015
The 'World Bullettin' reports that the tough plight of dramatically growing numbers of Kosovars struggling to reach the perceived safety of European nations has been captured on record by The Anadolu Agency. Women and children are among some...
12 Feb 2015
'B92' reports that the Serbian Police Director Milorad Veljovic toured the Kelebija border crossing between Serbia and Hungary with Chief Commissioner of the Hungarian Police Karoly Papp, with whom he agreed to step up activities aimed at foiling...
05 Feb 2015
'Sputnik News' highlights UN concerns over worries for child rights in Sweden. The UN report showed Sweden has seen numerous cases of discrimination against children with refugee and immigrant backgrounds. The report also criticized the Swedish...
05 Feb 2015
'Sputnik News' highlights UN concerns over worries for child rights in Sweden. The UN report showed Sweden has seen numerous cases of discrimination against children with refugee and immigrant backgrounds. The report also criticized the Swedish...
31 Jan 2015
'McGill International Review' reports that despite a strong refugee claim, and the acceptance of the asylum request of two of the familiy's children, Canada is busily trying to deport a family of Hungarian Roma. The family migrated to the country in...
26 Jan 2015
'Novinite' reports on the failure of Bulgaria’s national program for the integration of refugees in the period 2011-2013 failed to produce any effect. This is particularly true of child protection, during the period, no coordinating mechanism for...
26 Jan 2015
'Albawaba' reports on Turkey opening its largest refugee camp, including new support for children. The new camp will host 35,000 refugees fleeing the violence of Kobani, It has two hospitals, seven medical clinics and enough classrooms for 10,000...
24 Jan 2015
'The Independent' reports on a growing controversy in Turkey over reports a Burger King manager in Istanbul beat a hungry refugee child who was found eating left over food in the fast food chain. Witnesses at the scene reported seeing the child...

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