Publications

Child Rights Bridging Papers – 2° edition Posted Dec 06, 2016

These series of 6 papers are the second edition of the child rights bridging papers for the Civil Society Days of the Global Forum on Migration…

Migrant hate crime is spreading Posted Nov 27, 2016

  An arson of a reception facility in Italy. An intensification of anti-migrant attitudes, mostly expressed on line, in Bulgaria. An increasing of hate speech…

ECRE Comments on European asylum reforms Posted Nov 25, 2016

The European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) has published Comments on the proposals to reform the Common European Asylum Systems (CEAS) that the European…

ECOWAS Manual for the Protection and Reintegration of children on the move Posted Nov 16, 2016

At the occasion of the 12th Steering Committee Meeting of the West Africa Network for the Protection of Children (WAN), the Economic Community of West…

We believe in Youth Posted Oct 10, 2016

“There is a pressing need to reach out to Refugee Youth”, who form the large proportion of the refugee population, particularly in the Middle East…

School did not start for everyone Posted Oct 06, 2016

There are six million primary and secondary school-age refugees under UNHCR’s mandate: 3.7 million of them are out of school. Only 50 per cent of refugee…

Delivering Social Care to children on the move in Serbia Posted Oct 04, 2016

Meeting Needs in Challenging Circumstances [ChildHub Research] The ability of social care workers operating in NGOs in Serbia to meet the needs of children on…

A Global Path to End Child Detention Posted Sep 21, 2016

The Inter-Agency Working Group to End Child Detention (IAWG), an international alliance which assist States to “completely and expeditiously” end the practice of child immigration detention and of which…

Why are you keeping me here? Posted Sep 12, 2016

Deplorable detention conditions for unaccompanied children in Greece 3,300 unaccompanied asylum-seeking and migrant children were registered in Greece in the first seven months of 2016.…