Items tagged with 'Child migration'

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This report analyses gaps in the protection of unaccompanied children in the Commonwealth of Independent States and what can be done to fill these. It focuses on the Chisinau Agreement - the main...
The present study first and foremost aims at collecting data and examples about practices in Council of Europe Member States concerning the situation of unaccompanied and separated asylum seeking...
In Greece, detention of migrant minors is still a fact even tough all the EU countries have ratified the Child Rights Convention that clearly prohibits it. In this video Georgios Polymerou, a...
"Klix" reports on opening Drop in Centre for children who lives and work on the street and children at risk. Drop in Centre will function within Citizens Association for the promotion of education of...
Terre des Hommes and Nathalie Griesbeck, Member of the European Parliament, Invite you to EU Public Conference “Closing a protection gap for European children on the move!” European children moving...
Despite millions of children are on the move, alone or with their families, their movement has remained largely invisible to both governments and public debates. This report addresses to poliy-makers...
The “Capacity Building of Child Protection Professionals” Training Manual joins the good practices of Tdh Moldova in strengthening the child protection system in Moldova through capacity building. It...
‘New Statesman’ reports from the Sicilian town of Augusta on the 5,000 unaccompanied children that have arrived since April 2014 due to war and poverty in North Africa. They note that...
‘The Foreigner’ reports that the Norwegian government has published its much-awaited White Paper on asylum children. The paper examines the situation that asylum seeking children...
‘Worldcrunch’ reports that Macedonia has become a new transit country for Afghan and Pakistani immigrants who gather near the Serbian border as they try to find their way into the...

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