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

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2019 - Migration Policy Institute
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Migration Policy Institute(MPI) published a toolkit on integration of migrants and refugees in the European societies. The report was produced for a meeting of the Integration Futures Working Group – an MPI initiative aiming to connect relevant...
2019 - UNICEF
UNICEF has published their Humanitarian situation report on refuges and migrant crisis in Europe for the year 2018. According to the report, last year around 141 500 migrants and refugees arrived to Europe passing Greece, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain...
2019 - UNHCR
The routes taken by refugees and migrants in their attempts to reach Europe have changed in 2018, but the danger remained, if not increased. In early 2018 majority of refugees and migrants was coming to Europe through Greece, but towards the end of...
2018 - Terre des hommes
In Europe and all around the world, Tdh is guided by an overall strategic goal which reads as follows: "By 2030, children and youth affected by migration in Europe realize their right to be protected along all stages of their migration and seize...
2018 - WHO
WHO has published the first ever report on the health of migrants and refugees in Europe, stating there is no risk of diseases for the settlement population, addressing the myth that refugees and migrants are passing diseases to domestic population...
2016 - Reprod Health Matters
“The current refugee “crisis” in Europe has created multiple forms of vulnerability and insecurity for refugee women including various forms of sexual and gender-based violence. Increasing numbers of women, either alone or with family, are...

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