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Trump and El Salvador: How TPS suspension leaves children’s future in the balance Posted Jan 12, 2018

El Salvador is struggling to cope with the needs of thousands of children and young people forcibly returned to the country from the Unites States…

Breaking through the walls: How young returnees can be helped back into El Salvadorian society Posted Dec 19, 2017

A group of people, including children, attempt to cross into the United States from Mexico. ©Terre des Hommes Schweiz Destination Unknown campaign member Terre des Hommes…

Child immigration detention: Why EU states must cut it out Posted Nov 27, 2017

European governments are treating children like criminals by detaining them because of their migration status. It’s time to care for them as the children they…

Illustrations and airwaves: Informing communities on children on the move Posted Nov 13, 2017

See the picture gallery below. People have moved along the Abidjan-Lagos corridor throughout history – the many cultures of the region shaped by this migration.…

Looking to the future: A day in the life of a refugee family in Greece Posted Oct 27, 2017

While thousands of refugees are forced to live in bleak refugee camps in Greece, Destination Unknown campaign member Terre des Hommes is providing families with…

‘Back to the Future’ project to get 18,000 Syrian refugee children back into school Posted Oct 19, 2017

  Getting an education can be a difficult thing for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon. Over 200,000 Syrian children living in the country currently have…

West African states unite to protect children on the move across region Posted Oct 10, 2017

Efforts to protect children on the move across West Africa received a significant boost last week, when countries in the region backed plans to shield…

Destination Unknown campaign member Terre des Hommes rallies to protect Rohingya refugee children Posted Sep 28, 2017

Over 430,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar to seek safety from an escalation of violence in the last four weeks – three in five of them…

Art project shows horror witnessed by Mosul’s children in toy form Posted Sep 14, 2017

Over 900,000 people were forced to flee Mosul after Iraqi forces launched a military campaign to retake the city from Islamic State in October 2016…

South Sudan: How families are surviving siege conditions thanks to urban farming Posted Sep 08, 2017

In South Sudan, 6 million people – half the country’s population – are affected by food insecutiry, and the health and lives of children are…