Items tagged with 'return'

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Nova Television (Bulgaria) told the story of Vesko, who spent four years in a special-needs school without any mental disabilitiy and yet has escaped the trap of marginalization. You can see Vesko's...
In the current global context of child displacement, when governments seek strategies to advocate for child-return solutions rather than alternatives of resettlement or local integration, this report...
Every third person in Kosovo lives below the poverty line, meanwhile unemployment rises to above 30%. Due to socio-economic factors, many families cannot afford to provide their children with a...
This report summarises the Albanian UASC return policies of 24 EU member states. It exlpores the statistics of this demographic, including the number of asylum applicants in surveyed countries, the...
Kids Empowerment, member of the International Detention Coalition, has written country reports on the legal framework affecting migrant children. The countries are: Czech Republic, Finland, Italy,...
By Angela Giuffrida Seven Italian charities appealed to the European Commission and the Italian Ministry of Interior accusing the French border police of falsifying birth dates of unaccompanied...
In Albania, poverty, unemployment, social exclusion and lack of services drive its population to emigrate. The last years saw the number of migrants who return home increase significantly. The most...
The Child Rights Center has published a publication called "Bravely into the changes" within the project "Children Returnees in Focus". This is an easily readable publication intended for the...
Popular protests have sprung up across Sweden against forcibly returning people, including unaccompanied minors, to Afghanistan. Anna Benedictsson from Destination Unknown campaign member One...
Terre des hommes in Kosovo, represented by Mrs. Alketa Lasku - Deputy Country Representative, and the Municipal Directorate of Education (MDE) in Prishtina, represented by Mrs. Arberie Nagavci -...

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