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21 Mar 2017
On the occasion of the World Day of Social Work, Social Work Department in University of Prishtina today organizes the "Program to mark the World Day of Social Work in 2017 in Kosovo." The program will include press conference, panel... Read more
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21 Mar 2017
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After death of five small children, international organisation calls Slovak authorities to take immediate action

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The European Roma Rights Centre reports that Roma in Slovakia are often forced to live in unsafe, hazardous and unhealthy housing conditions. In the first week of 2016 two small Romani children died in Košice, Slovakia. Both the 6- and 4-month-old boys died in a segregated neighbourhood. Three more minors died last weekend in a Roma settlement in Lomnička village in Central Slovakia. Considering that these deaths were utterly preventable, the European Roma Rights Centre calls on Slovak authorities to take immediate action.

World Refugee Day - Syrian children capture the horrors of war and their escape, in drawings

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Collection of drawings released by Save the Children, with analysis by renowned expert in post-traumatic stress

June 20, 2015 – As the number of Syrian refugees worldwide nears the four million mark – half of which are children – Save the Children is launching a multimedia collection of drawings by Syrian children to mark World Refugee Day.

Fear stalks migrants huddled along Hungary’s border

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According to The Guardian news article 'behind a high metal fence topped with loose curls of barbed wire, the newly positioned blue shipping containers lined neatly along Hungary’s southern border at Röszke provide a glimpse of the new plans of the prime minister, Viktor Orbán, to detain thousands of asylum seekers, including children'.

 

Satetement on Impact on Children of New Law in Hungary - UNICEF Regional Director

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Attributed to UNICEF Regional Director and Special coordinator for the Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Europe, Afshan Khan

GENEVA, 9 March 2017 – "UNICEF is alarmed by the adoption of a new law in Hungary that foresees the mandatory detention of refugee and migrant children over 14 years of age. We appeal to the President to treat all children as children first and foremost, before signing this new law.

Hungary now EU’s star pupil for locking up child refugees | Destination Unknown

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Members of the Destination Unknown Campaign are deeply concerned about the Hungarian Parliament’s approval of a law contemplating the placement of all asylum-seekers, including children, in detention.

Detention is never in a child’s best interests and has severe consequences on their physical and psychological well being. Children are children first and foremost and should be protected, not locked up.

UNHCR deeply concerned by Hungary plans to detain all asylum seekers

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This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Cécile Pouilly – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.

UNHCR is deeply concerned at a new law which has been voted this morning at the Hungarian Parliament and which foresees the mandatory detention of all asylum seekers, including many children, for the entire length of the asylum procedure.

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