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This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search.

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2017 - reliefweb
The intensification of migrant flows has applied tremendous pressure on European nations and their borders. Coinciding with this growing and perpetual pressure, are the horrific experiences endured by migrants en route or within Europe, where many...
2017 - Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights
This issue paper published by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights addresses family reunification for refugees through the lens of human rights. Family reunification is not only essential in order for the right to respect for family...
2017 - European Commission
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...
2016 - Child Protection Hub
As part of the Ending Violence Against Children in Custody project, the Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) partnered with five human rights/ juvenile justice organizations across Europe in order to report children’s experience of violence...
2016 - European Union Committee/ House of Lords
In light of the current refugee crisis, which this report describes as the "greatest humanitarian challenge to have faced the European Union since its foundation" strategies must be developed to assist some of those who are most vulnerable to...
2016 - Children of Prisoners Europe (COPE)
First published in 2006, this new edition of Children of Imprisoned Parents: European Perspectives on Good Practice reflects welcome change in awareness, knowledge and practice with respect to what is being done, and what can be done, to support the...
2016 - Children of Prisoners Europe (COPE)
Children of Prisoners Europe (COPE) has published the report from their annual conference, this year hosted in Zagreb. The purpose of this year's conference was to determine, and to define more closely, the best interests of the child in contexts...
2016 - Caritas Europa
This report is Caritas Europa’s studied response to the tragedy hundreds of thousands of women, men and children face when seeking refuge in Europe. People escaping war, repression and violation of human rights turn to Europe in the hope of finding...
2015 - Irish Refugee Council
Men, women, mothers, fathers, children, sons and daughters have been forced to flee their homes in unprecedented numbers. Conflict, starvation and individualised persecution have resulted in more displacement than that forced upon peoples during the...
2015 - British Red Cross
Not So Straightforward: the need for qualified legal support in refugee family reunification
According to a new report by the British Red Cross, the 2013 cuts to legal aid for refugees has left many at the mercy of a complex application process touted by the government as "straightforward"; the cuts have left families and children...

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