Child migration

Mentoring Methodological Framework for MINT Project

Migrant children and youth are especially vulnerable to social exclusion. Through the MINT Project, Terre des hommes and its partners aim to empower refugee and migrant children, as well as European youth, to engage in new integration activities. As part of this EU funded project partnership will be working in Romania, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovenia to support and facilitate the integration of children, to enhance social relations, and to empower both local youth and third-country national (TCN) children. 


‘Blind Spots’: Unaccompanied and Separated Girls in Europe (UNICEF and Child Hub webinar)

About the webinar:

The purpose of the webinar is to shed light on the specific experiences and issues of unaccompanied and separate girls in the European Response. UNICEF’s Regional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia has been focusing on this through the programme on “Action Against Gender-Based Violence Affecting Refugee and Migrant Women and Children in Greece, Italy, Serbia and Bulgaria”, funded by the United States Government.


Trafficking Along the Migration Routes

In recent years, European Union countries have seen an unprecedented influx of migrants and refugees across their borders. In 2015 alone, 1,046,599 people irregularly entered EU countries - mainly Syrian, Iraqi and Afghani migrants and refugees fleeing conflicts in their home countries.

For people working in law enforcement, social services, border control and other frontline positions, this situation has been overwhelming. There are simply too many procedures to carry out to process incoming migrants and not enough time.


Durable solutions: ensuring the best interests of the child are fulfilled in context of return processes involving children in migration (ChildHub webinar)

About the webinar:

Anyone involved in advocacy on European or national policy concerning the return of children in migration from EU member states to countries of origin will be interested in this webinar.


[Romania] zefiR - Together for the power of action

zefiR - Together for the power of action is a project implemented by a consortium of non-governmental organizations that has worked to reduce the disparities between Roma and other vulnerable groups and the majority population in a sustainable and tangible way, contributing to the social inclusion of minorities in 12 communities in the counties of Olt, Dolj, Gorj in Romania


[European Union] The 10 best articles on refugees and migration 11/2019

1. EU asylum applications fall to pre-2015 levels

In 2018, 580 800 first-time asylum seekers applied for international protection in the Member States of the European Union, marking a return to levels recorded in 2014, before the peak year 2015, when 1 256 600 first-time asylum applicants were registered. These data on asylum applicants in the EU are issued by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.

More generally, EU asylum applications were down 11% compared to 2017.



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