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[Moldova] Moldova to Join UNICEF Executive Board on 1 January 2020
20 May 2019
‘Moldpres News Agency’ reports that from 1 January 2020, the Republic of Moldova will be part of the United Nations Children's Fund - UNICEF Executive Board. The decision was made at a meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
[Україна] 14-17 травня 2019 року Верховна Рада України розгляне 8 законопроектів, які стосуються прав дитини
13 May 2019
14-17 травня 2019 року Верховна Рада України розгляне 8 законопроектів, які стосуються прав дитини.  Законопроекти, які розглядатимуться на парламентському засіданні:
[European Union] UNICEF: 1 in 4 migrants arriving in Europe are children
10 May 2019
The report by the United Nations Children’s Fund – UNICEF – reveals that in the first three months of 2019, about 16 thousand migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean to enter Europe.
[Finland] Study: Second-Generation Immigrants more Likely to Show Signs of PTSD
10 May 2019
A recent study published by the Finnish University of Turku shows that children born of immigrant parents are more likely to show signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), compared to those whose parents do not have a migrant background.
[Bulgaria] National Meeting "SIRIUS: Positive Development and Steps Towards Educational Integration of Refugee Children: Good Practices from Bulgaria and Europe"
07 May 2019
On 24th April 2019 a representative of the Know How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU took part in the national meeting "SIRIUS: Positive Development and Steps Towards Educational Integration of Refugee Children: Good Practices fro
[European Union] Child rights & participation should be EU top priority – Coleiro Preca
06 May 2019
Malta’s former president and head of Eurochild, Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, urged the European Union to put the issues of child rights and child participation on its agenda and make them a priority.

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