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

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

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

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.


Gender-Specific Risks and Challenges for Refugees During the Refugee Crisis [ChildHub Infographic]

This ChildHub infographic presents the main risks and challenges refugee women and girls face, such as lack of facilities and shelter segregated by sex, insufficient access to dignity kits and healthcare, lack of gender-sensitive access to information and asylum, and other.



Women's Refugee Commission (2016) No Safety for Refugee Women on the European Route: Report from the Balkans.


EVAW Technical Coordinator ("Implementing Norms, Changing Minds")

The UN Women Country Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) is seeking a EVAW Technical Coordinator, who will be responsible for the implementation of the UN Women programme "Implementing Norms, Changing Minds" under the overall supervision of the Resident Representative and the Programme Specialist, based in Sarajevo, and in close collaboration with the Regional Programme Manager and the BiH EVAW Manager. The Technical Coordinator will liaise with government officials, civil society organizations, donors, and other UN Agencies for ensuring successful UN Women programme implementation.



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