Online Library

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 or try out the Document Galaxy for a more intuitive search.

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2017 - UNICEF
This one page document provides a numerical overview of the current situation for migrant and refugee children in Greece. There are about 18,500 refugee and migrant children across Greece, out of which 2,350 are unaccompanied children. Ever since...
2017 - UNICEF
​This humanitarian situation report provides an overview of the current refugee and migrant crisis in Europe. The summary in numbers is the following: 92,794 arrivals in Europe through Italy and Greece in January-June 2017 (UNHCR, 7 July 2017).  1...
2017 - UNICEF
Through a series of unfortunate catastrophes, such as violence, impoverishment, conflict, and disaster, millions of children are perpetually transcending international frontiers, with visions to live a normal life. This recent report produced by...
2016 - UNICEF
This report presents global data about refugee and migrant children: where they are born, where they move, and some of the dangers they face along the way. The report sheds light on the truly global nature of childhood migration and displacement,...
2016 - UNICEF
Danger every step of the way A harrowing journey to Europe for refugee and migrant children
This report from UNICEF hightlights that children risk detention, rape, forced labour, beatings or death. Yet, tens of thousands of children, many of them unaccompanied or separated, are making the dangerous refugee and migrant journey in the hope...
2015 - UNICEF
UNICEF Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Europe
In this 6 page report, UNICEF describes the current migrant crisis though descriptive stats (figures and percentages) and also reports on the current humanitartian needs.  Maps are included depicting routes, including routes specific to children.

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