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2016 - Mario project
The present practice of border management in Hungary raises concerns regarding refugees’ access to protection. Migrants’ testimonies and anecdotal evidence shows that Hungarian authorities escort potential asylum seekers, including migrant families...
2015 - Mario project
The research “Vulnerability of Bulgarian and Romanian Children to Trafficking in The Netherlands and in Brussels (Belgium)” was conducted in the framework of the “Mario II Project”, a European project aimed at improving the level of protection of...
2015 - Mario project
The findings on the movements of these groups show that children and caretakers were involved in transnational, internal and urban mobilities within the city (primarily Skopje). Most of these movements were organized in the form of family...
2015 - Mario project
This report is part of a wider initiative which seeks to identify migration patterns and vulnerability factors that put children on the move from and within Central and South East Europe (C/SEE) at risk. In Greece, the research focused on Albanian...
2015 - Mario project
This report looks at the intersections of child migration, street children and child labour with the aim of identifying issues and possibilities of improving the protection of children who experience migration and mobility – both transnationally...
Situation Analysis of Children on the Move in Romania
The situational analysis aims to inform the work and efforts of Mario project partners through the assessment of the existing child protection system in Romania and its capacity to identify and respond to the needs of children on the move, with a...

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