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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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2019 - Amnesty International
Amnesty International(AI) published their observations to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child on Draft General Comment No. 24 after the call for comments has been opened. This document includes AI`s suggestions about the terminology, the...
2016 - Amnesty International
Fences, teargas, and draconian legislation: over the last year the Hungarian authorities have baulked at little in their determination to keep refugees and migrants out of the country. The government’s programme of militarization, criminalization...
2015 - Amnesty International
The report is based on interviews with over 100 refugees in Greece, Macedonia, Serbia and Hungary, following their journey and documenting the abuses and obstacles they face along the way. The journey taken by refugees and migrants is often risky,...
2014 - Amnesty International
The EU and its member states are imposing a survival test on refugees and migrants. Unable to enter the EU through safe and regular routes, tens of thousands, desperate for asylum and a better life, attempt to cross the central Mediterranean each...
2013 - Amnesty International
Enter at Your Peril
In the last few years, Greece, with backing from the EU, has invested millions of euros to keep migrants out. Detention – often in appalling conditions – is the routine fate of those who arrive in Greece irregularly. However, not everyone who sets...
2011 - Amnesty International
Mind the Legal Gap
This report documents the stories of Romani individuals and communities across Romania and highlights the need for the adoption of an adequate legal framework incorporating international human rights standards into Romanian housing legislation. It...
2010 - Amnesty International
Amnesty International is concerned about the forcible return of members of minority communities to Kosovo from Western Europe. The organization believes that Roma, Ashkali, Egyptians and Serbs, (and Albanians returned to a minority situation) may...
2010 - Amnesty International
Amnesty International has documented discrimination against and racial segregation of Romani children in education in Slovakia since 2006. Over the last five years Amnesty International has conducted its own in-depth research in various localities...
2010 - Amnesty International
This report is based on a combination of field visits as well as detailed desk research. Amnesty International delegates visited the immigration detention centre on the island of Samos in June 2009 and the Mersinidiou detention centre on the island...
2010 - Amnesty International
The right to adequate housing is a right guaranteed in international law, a right recognized as being “of central importance for the enjoyment of all economic, social and cultural rights”. The denial of this right strikes particularly hard the most...

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