Items tagged with 'Foreign unaccompanied minors'

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Across Europe there are laws, policies and practices that fail to protect – or even directly violate – the rights of migrant children. While there are important protection frameworks for some groups...
The CONNECT project concerns reception, protection and integration policies for unaccompanied children, with a focus on how actors work individually and together to respond to the rights of these...
The Telegraph reports that figures show that in the year to September 2015, 65 per cent of the child refugees who had their age disputed were found to be over 18.
'UNICEF' reports that from January to October 2016 it is estimated that more than 20,000 unaccompanied and separated children arrived by sea to Italy. This is already more than in 2015 when there...
Every day, all around the world, millions of children are affected by immigration detention. Whether detained thmselves or impacted by the detention of their parents or guardians, migrant children...
Every day, all around the world, millions of children are affected by immigration detention. Whether detained themselves or impacted by the detention of their parents or guardians, children are...
CSOs call on the UN Summit for a change with commitments At the High Level Summit (HLS) of the UN General Assembly on addressing large movements of refugees and migrants, which will take place in...
Based on research from June to July 2016, this report from Human Rights Watch documents the widespread phenomenon of detaining unaccompanied children in police custody in Greece. The report describes...
The Telegraph's Justin Huggler writes on fears that many of the unaccompanied refugee children (totalling almost 9000 according to recent police figures) have been targeted by organised trafficking...
Reuters reports on the dire conditions faced by young unaccompanied migrants in Italy. The report describes unaccompanied minors detained in overcrowded cells where cellmates were dying, and their...

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