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20 Nov 2017
On November 8, 2017 - 30 teachers from 20 education institutions in the Ungheni, Falesti and Soroca districts took part in the wrap-up event of the "For a violence-free life of children in Moldova" project, implemented by Terre des hommes... Read more
20 Nov 2017
The World Children's Day was established in 1954 when the General Assembly adopted resolution 836 (IX). The General Assembly, through this document, invited Member States to establish a World Children's Day to be celebrated as a day of... Read more
17 Nov 2017
On Wednesday, November 8, 28 teens from 16 educational institutions from Moldova took part in the wrap-up event of the project „For a violence-free life for children in Moldova”, implemented by Terre des hommes Moldova with the financial... Read more
14 Nov 2017
The United Nation News Centre reports on a conference on eliminating child labour. They report that today around 152 million children world wide is working, and half of them - in dangerous work conditions.Their age is between 5 and 17 years old,... Read more



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Child rights organisations welcome EU Commission’s policy to protect child migrants and refugees -Destination Unknown

The EU Commission’s new policy guidelines, which provide concrete actions to protect all migrant and refugee children arriving in Europe, have been broadly welcomed by child rights organisations.


Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council -the Protection of children in Migration

In the light of this increased number of migrant children arriving in Europe and of the growing pressure on national migration management and child protection systems, this Communication sets out a series of actions which need to be either taken or better implemented now by the European Union and its Member States also with the support of the relevant EU agencies (European Border and Coast Guard Agency; European Asylum Support Office (EASO) and the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)).


Out of Sight, Exploited and Alone

This advocacy brief is a joint effort by 12 national and international humanitarian agencies  responding to the needs of UASC stranded in or on the move throughout the Balkans, specifically Bulgaria, FYROM, Serbia and Croatia.
The information and recommendations outlined in the paper are based on field observations, daily programming, and regular interaction with UASC. 

To improve the overall response for these children, issues to address fall within four main areas of concern:


EU and Balkan countries stranding hundreds of unaccompanied children in dangerous limbo | Destination Unknown

Unaccompanied, separated children trapped in the Balkans are being placed in extreme danger of exploitation, violence and trafficking due to unfit border policies and inadequate and overstretched child protection systems, a new report has found.


We are announcing the winner of the Call for Small Innovative Projects (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

After long deliberation and an arduous assessment process of the received 35 proposals, ChildHub is ready to announce the winner of the Call for small Innovative projects. It is Nova generacija from Bosnia-Herzegovina who will receive 1000 Euros from Terre des hommes to implement their project "Let's ginga together" together with the Association “Romsko srce” of Banja Luka.


Fear stalks migrants huddled along Hungary’s border

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'.




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