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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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2016 - Human Rights Watch
Humam Rights Watch published a 24-page report, “EU Policies Put Refugees at Risk: An Agenda to Restore Protection,” that analyzes the EU’s efforts to outsource responsibility for asylum seekers and refugees to other parts of the world that already...
2016 - Human Rights Watch
Based on research from June to July 2016, this report from Human Rights Watch documents the widespread phenomenon of detaining unaccompanied children in police custody in Greece. The report describes the “routine” practice, in which unaccompanied...
2016 - Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch reports on the rising number of unaccompanied children seeking asylum in Sweden in 2015. According to the report as many as 35,000 unaccompanied children sought asylum in Sweden in 2015, a stark increase over previous years, the ...
2016 - Human Rights Watch
This Human Rights report, based on 118 in-depth interviews with children with disabilities and their families, disability advocates, staff of institutions, and government officials, documents a range of issues that children with disabilities...
2015 - Human Rights Watch
“When I Picture My Future, I See Nothing” Barriers to Education for Syrian Refugee Children in Turkey
In this 70 page report, the Human Rights Watch reports on the Syrian refugee crisis and is the first of a three-part series specifically addressing the urgent issue of access to education for Syrian refugee schoolchildren in Turkey, Jordan, and...
2015 - Human Rights Watch
The Mediterranean Migration Crisis
This report discusses the dynamics of the unprecedented numbers of people who are taking dangerous journeys across the Mediterranean to reach countries of the European Union.  Migrants and asylum seekers have been crossing the Mediterranean for...
2014 - Human Rights Watch
Every child with a disability in Russia has a significant chance of ending up in a state-run orphanage. Nearly 30 percent of all Russian children with disabilities live separately from their families and communities in closed institutions. These...
2013 - Human Rights Watch
Efforts to combat domestic violence in Hungary face serious obstacles including a general lack of understanding at all levels of society of the dynamics of domestic violence and how best to respond to it; traditional views of women and their roles...
2011 - Human Rights Watch
The EU's Dirty Hands
Between November 2, 2010 and March 2, 2011, nearly 12,000 migrants entering Greece at its land border with Turkey were arrested and detained. The detention facilities where they were held did not meet minimal human rights standards. Though their...
2010 - Human Rights Watch
Rights Displaced
Two Human Rights Watch researchers travelled to Kosovo in late November 2009 to document the current situation for displaced Roma, focusing on the plight of the recent forced returnees from Western Europe. Following the field research, Human Rights...

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