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28 Jun 2017
Brave Phone, as part of its advocacy plan for 2017 for Child Hub, presented the results of research "Mapping the existing practices in the area of ​​child protection and the needs of experts" in Rijeka 06.06.2017. and in Split 21.06.... Read more
27 Jun 2017
Each year, the Department of State honors individuals around the world who have devoted their lives to the fight against human trafficking. These individuals are NGO workers, lawmakers, police officers, and concerned citizens who are committed to... Read more
23 Jun 2017
In the framework of the ChildHub regional initiative, Terre des hommes Moldova, in partnership with the Chisinau Municipal Directorate for Protection of Child Rights, organized the "Principles of ensuring child protection in placement... Read more
22 Jun 2017
Between the 16th and 19th of June 2017, Terre des hommes Moldova organized the second edition of the "Adolescent Leaders for Gender Equality" Summer Camp. 30 pupils of the 7th and 8th grade from 17 educational institutions... Read more



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[International] Live stream available for conference on protecting child refugees and migrants


The Global Conference on Children on the Move begins today, seeking to ensure that two new compacts on refugees and migrants committed to at last year’s UN General Assembly have children at their core.

The conference is fully booked, but you can still watch the speeches and debates virtually here. You can hear the latest ideas and opinions as they happen, and have your say in the comments section.

Sweden has suggested that EU countries should receive EU funds depending on the reception of refugees

English reported that Magdalena Andersson, the Swedish finance minister, calls for tying aid to poor EU members and their willingness to accept refugees. According to Reuters, Germany and Italy also support this proposal.

[European Union] Europe's Rights Official says laws turn migrant children into "extremists"


A recent article published by Vatican Radio, had uncovered some of the truth existent behind particular asylum law practices within some European Union countries. According to the article, the head of Europe's highest human rights body had noted how a significant portion of the legislation present in many European Union nations, labels migrant youth as a threat against their security.

[Serbia] Nearly 800 unaccompanied foreign minors in Serbia


ANSAmed indicates that among the 7,000 migrants situated in Serbia, almost 800 of these individuals are minors traveling alone. The article cites Nenad Ivanisevic, the Deputy Labor and Social Affairs Minister of Serbia, who claims that Serbia is the only acting country among South Eastern Europe that has mandated for social workers to provide supervision over these migrants. The total number of child migrants within Serbia amounts to an alarming 3,200 bracket, according to the article, which refers to the claims of Michel Saint-Lot, a UNICEF delegate.

New mental health guide for child refugees | Destination Unknown


Terre des Hommes Italy has launched a preview of its new handbook detailing best practices on how to give mental health and psychosocial support to child refugees and migrants.

The handbook, ‘FARO Model Handbook: Mental Health and Psychosocial Support to Unaccompanied Minors and Families with Children in Reception Centres‘, is based on a multilevel system of intervention, responding to migrant children’s needs depending on where they arrive (hotspots, harbours, reception centres etc.).

[European Union] Finland, poster child of migrant relocation


EU Observer refers to the information of the European Commission, which claims that Finland had placed 1,433 of 3,078 migrants into its borders through its relocation goal, achieving 69% of its target. Finland is seeking to completely achieve its mandate by September 26, by accepting 100 migrants from Greece and 50 migrants from Italy, each month, according to the article which quotes Finnish immigration service relocation officer, Monna Airiainen.

Eurochild reminding that poverty and social exclusion must be tackled early - Infographic (Infographic)


More than 1 in 4 children in the EU are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, putting them in disadvantage for the rest of their lives. 

Learn more about the impact of poverty throughout the life cyle through this Eurochild infographic. 

Child refugees in Europe "forced to sell bodies" to pay smugglers


'The Guardian' reports on a recently published research of the Harvard University that stresses that Afghani, Syrian and Pakistani unaccompanied children are forced into sexual exploitation in order to finance their onward trips from Greece. "According to Greek child protection agencies in 2016, they received referrals for 5,174 unaccompanied migrant children. It is this group who are at the highest risk of sexual exploitation.

Doctors of the World and Their Help for Refugee Children in Bulgarian Camps


Seventeen year-old Somalian refugee Ibitsam* was found and saved by Doctors of the World. In her words, the Doctors had known she needed emergency help the moment they had seen her. Ibitsam had frostbite and gangrenous spots formed on her feet which can lead to amputation if left untreated on time. This damage had been a product of her transfer through the mountains between Turkey and Bulgaria with a group of strangers in temperatures under minus 10 degrees during the month of January.


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