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Reliefweb reports that UNICEF and EU fundings have supported more than 40,000 refugee and migrant children and women in Greece. The Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian...
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...
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...
The United Nation’s migration office has raised alarm about children dying during migration at heart shattering rates. The report comes in the back drop of viral photos of a Central American migrant...
A large number of refugee children have remained in Greece during the past years. Merope Tzoufi, Greece’s Alternate Education Minister, presented the latest data concerning the Education of refugee...
The ‘International Centre: Researching child sexual exploitation, violence and trafficking’ at the University of Bedfordshire (UK), with the support of Oak Foundation and Tides Foundation, has...
Hundreds of children in Greece are in desperate need of the warmth and safety of a family. Some of them have lost their own parents on treacherous migration routes to Europe, leaving them alone and...
"The numbers of trafficked children are on the rise." stressed Sarah Di Giglio, Senior Policy Officer on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery at the IOM.  According to ECPAT UK (Every Child...
Prin proiectul Safe, not detained am scris un instrument de lucru pentru practicieni din domeniul justiției precum judecatori, procurori. avocați cu alterntive la detentie a copiilor migranți...
On June 4th, Terre des hommes Romania (Tdh) hosted a conference with the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM) about alternatives to child detention in the context...

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