South East Asia

Children on the move: Journey through unknown Posted Dec 03, 2013

In the Mekong sub-region thousands of “nameless” children move way from their homeland. They may have lost home and family. They may be escaping poverty,…

Child participation takes shape in Mekong Posted Nov 06, 2013

Government puts children on the move in its radar Bangkok, October 31. For the past week, simultaneous Destination Unknown campaign activities in Myanmar, Cambodia and…

1st Destination Unknown Campaign Assembly Posted Oct 15, 2013

“Children on the move” is a fact, worldwide! A global campaign team to protect them Geneva, 17-18 September 2013. 35 professionals representing 16 organisations from…

The lives of children on the move in the policy debate in New York. Are their voices influencing policy? Posted Oct 08, 2013

The High Level Dialogue on Migration and Development has not left children behind but, as the tragedy of Lampedusa was there to remind policy makers,…

“Stories from the field” – A report on trafficked children and justice in South East Asia Posted Aug 21, 2013

Lawyers protect children victims and their rights. We try to ensure that other people, including the judges and defense lawyers, respect them as well –…

The migration of children in ACP countries: Of their own free will or involuntary? Posted Jul 03, 2013

This background note belongs to the series of Background Notes created by the ACP Observatory on Migration on several key issues linked to South-South migration. This background…

DU campaign kicks – off in Mekong Posted Jun 28, 2013

Bangkok, 27 June. “No child is illegal”. Thai partners consider this as an important campaign call to ensure that the rights of undocumented children and…

Bangkok puts forward the rights and best Interest of children in migration Posted May 30, 2013

28 May 2013, Bangkok – Delegates from 16 countries in Asia agreed today on the themes of the civil society agenda for the second UN…

Cambodia: why I like to be a peer educator Posted Apr 29, 2013

Samnang (16) from Cambodia: “I am a peer educator for CLA (project partner of Terre des Hommes Netherlands) in my village. My main role is…