Items tagged with 'Unaccompanied minors'

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The VICE article on children trapped in Spanish enclaves paints a powerful picture of the experience of one of the most vulnerable groups: unaccompanied refugee and migrant children.   Spain has seen...
There is a growing awareness about how important is that children are included in the decisions concerning themselves, that their voices are heard and their opinion and experience are taken into...
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) announced that the first Safety Zone for unaccompanied children in the RRC Sofia - Voenna Rampa opened its doors on 17 June, 2019. During its first...
The project partners in ProGuard, a project co-funded by the REC Programme of the European Commission, have been working together to strengthen effective guardianship for unaccompanied children...
This report, published by Cordelia Foundation, Hungarian Helsinki Committee, Foundation for Access to Rights, and the Assistance Centre for Torture Survivors, explores the experiences of migrant...
This report highlights the latest trends and developments in the situation of refugees and migrants in the Republic of Serbia, based on the data and a series of testimonies collected by the...
More than 1,600 children are reportedly missing since 2015 from the Dutch asylum centers, according to COA, the central agency for the reception of asylum seekers in the Netherlands, and Nidos, an...
The ALFACA Manual to Alternative Family Care for Unaccompanied Migrant Children presents the well-established comprehensive model for dealing with cases and care of unaccompanied migrant children...
Prin proiectul Safe, not detained am scris un instrument de lucru pentru practicieni din domeniul justiției precum judecatori, procurori. avocați cu alterntive la detentie a copiilor migranți...
On June 4th, Terre des hommes Romania (Tdh) hosted a conference with the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM) about alternatives to child detention in the context...

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