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03 Dec 2018
A new report “Alone and Unsafe” has been launched ahead of the governments meeting in Morocco planned for December 9-11th, where it is expected the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration will be adopted. The International Federation...
03 Dec 2018
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe has produced a publication as a follow-up of the 17th Alliance against Trafficking in Persons conference and the recommendations formulated during the conference. The document is especially...
02 Dec 2018
On Sunday, December 2nd UK marked 80 years since around 10,000 children fleeing Naci occupation in Eastern Europe arrived in Britain. Aljazeera interviewed Harry Bibring, one of the the survivors, for this occiasion. Harry Bibring was 13 years old...
28 Nov 2018
The “Journeys Drawn: Illustration from the Refugee Crisis,” currently exhibited in the House of Illustration in London resulted from the work of 12 artists who went to war zones and refugee centers and recorded lives of ordinary people fleeing war...
25 Nov 2018
The UK child migration policy was implemented after the Second World War and lasted until 1970, when it was finally terminated. As a result of this policy thousands of children were sent overseas, many of whom were in care or from poor families,...
23 Nov 2018
Thanks to the funding provided by European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM) and H&M Foundation to support European advocacy, there is a possibility to support a limited number of advocacy initiatives at national level. Below you...
23 Nov 2018
The Initiative for Children in Migration, an informal collaboration of child protection actors from European and national levels involved in joint advocacy work around EU law and policy concerning children in migration put forward a vision on how to...
25 Oct 2018
Since the beginning of the refugee crisis, many countries on the migration route have found themselves in a position to respond urgently, especially to the needs of the most vulnerable migrant and refugees. Serbia is one of the major transit...
15 Oct 2018
Over 30 refugee and host community member women and children participated in the first training in ”Movement, Games and Sport” psychosocial methodology of Terre des Hommes, in Bucharest, between 19th – 27th of June 2018. About the project Through...
08 Oct 2018
It is estimated that the current world refugee and migrant population amounts to nearly 260 million people, with women and girls representing nearly half of this number. UNFPA, in collaboration with the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), talked to more...

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