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EU must use 60th anniversary to let children on the move dream again Posted Mar 24, 2017

On the 60th anniversary of the European Union, providing strong protection and abundant opportunities for child migrants and refugees appears to be extremely far down…

One year on: Children driven to self-harm by EU-Turkey deal Posted Mar 17, 2017

“Self-harm has become so common among refugee children in Greek detention centres, you can almost consider it a hobby.” It’s just one example of harrowing…

Hungary now EU’s star pupil for locking up child refugees Posted Mar 08, 2017

Members of the Destination Unknown Campaign are deeply concerned about the Hungarian Parliament’s approval of a law contemplating the placement of all asylum-seekers, including children,…

How fear is defining the EU’s treatment of refugees – and why it should stop Posted Mar 08, 2017

European leaders are at a crossroads. They can either let fear erode the fundamental values they so often preach about yet practice less and less,…

Let’s Bring Them Here: Citizens offer lift to refugees trapped in Greece Posted Mar 06, 2017

Drivers from across Europe brought Brussels roads to a standstill today, driving over 250 cars from across the continent to demand that EU leaders do…

Malta’s two-faced treatment of child refugees and migrants Posted Mar 01, 2017

A response from the Maltese government is published underneath this article, along with a further response to that from the Destination Unknown campaign. When two…

EU plan to send migrants back to Libyan abuse slammed by NGOs Posted Feb 22, 2017

Children on the move and other migrants are being placed in extreme danger by reckless EU plans to outsource human rights responsibilities to Libya, a…

Why we need robust child rights commitments in the UN Global Compacts Posted Feb 17, 2017

Over 60 million children are currently on the move, and the many rights violations they are subjected to – from violence and exploitation to being…

The power to decide who should live and who should die Posted Nov 08, 2014

Thanatopolitics and immigration: the power to decide who should live and who should die” an article by Lilian Pizzi from Terre des Hommes Italy  and Raffaele K…

Juncker Commission, children and Mare Nostrum Posted Nov 01, 2014

Juncker Commission, children and Mare Nostrum an article by Slavatore Parata,Head of European Office and Communication  and Lavinia Liardo, EU Advocacy Officer. Brussels, 1st November 2014…