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31 Jan 2019
In their new report ‘Turn the tide’ UNHCR is warning about the educational crisis, citing the data which indicates around 4 million refugee children around the world who do not go to school. The gender gap is especially concerning, as the report...
31 Jan 2019
When thinking about how refugee people choose their destination country, European policy makers rarely draw conclusions informed by the discussion with refugee people. Instead, they made their assumptions which based on a survey among refugee people...
30 Jan 2019
The UNICEF Innocenti Working Paper is based on the data collected from 150 countries collected over 10 years, from 2006 to 2016, analyzing the drivers of migration. The finds confirm decision to migrate or not depends on the child-related concerns,...
29 Jan 2019
The Dutch government reached an agreement to review the applications of children who were rejected for a permit in the Netherlands and to provide more resources to the immigration office to process the cases faster. The policy known as ‘children`s...
27 Jan 2019
Save the Children with the support of other aid organizations is urging Italian government to allow minors rescued by the Dutch-flagged rescue ship Sea Watch 3 in the Mediterranean to enter the port. Doctor is warning the ship is crowded with not...
25 Jan 2019
A joint publication of the OECD’s International Migration Division unit and the European Commission`s DG for Migration and Home Affairs provides extensive analysis and comparison of the integration of migrants in the EU, OECD as well some of the G20...
24 Jan 2019
Vikas Pota is the group chief executive of Tmrw Digital, the EdTech company aiming to connect education and technology and employ the newest technological developments in the service of improving education for children around the world. Mr. Pota...
23 Jan 2019
Children forced to live in overcrowded refugee camps on Greek islands such as Lesvos are being left to battle a mental health crisis alone. New research from Refugee Rights Europe is shedding light on their plight, writes Helena Eynon, a...
21 Jan 2019
Amid the reports of the number of refugees and migrants who lost their lives trying to reach Europe, UNICEF issued a press release urging governments to act and provide better protection to refugee and migrant children. UNICEF sites reports...
21 Jan 2019
Ceuta, Spanish enclave of Ceuta in northern Morocco saw a significant increase in number of Moroccan unaccompanied minors in 2018 – it is estimates vast majority of 3 344 minors that arrived are Moroccan. 3 302 boys and 42 girls came to the Spanish...

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