Thematic news: Children on the move
[South Eastern Europe] MINT Project: Mentoring for Integration of Children Affected by Migration
27 Feb 2019
[Turkey] Alone and far from home, child migrants cling to life in Turkey
19 Nov 2018
The Daily Sabah Turkey writes about the unaccompanied minors arriving in Turkey, seeking safety and a normal life.
[Kosovo] Terre des hommes creates and supports integration opportunities for vulnerable children in Kosovo
15 Oct 2018
Every third person in Kosovo lives below the poverty line, meanwhile unemployment rises to above 30%.
[Greece] Conditions at Moria are “shameful”
13 Sep 2018
19 NGOs decry conditions at the site, now worse than ever, and call for sustainable solutions to both decongest the islands and improve conditions across first receptions centres in North Aegean Sea.
[MENA (Middle East, north africa)] YouCreate September Bulletin
01 Sep 2018
The YouCreate September Bulletin highlights the project activities over the months of July and August.
[International] Final Draft of the UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration
17 Jul 2018
Last Week the UN General Assembly has agreed to better manage the international flow of migrants and protect human rights.
[Africa] Consultation of the Directors of ECOWAS States in charge of Child Protection
09 Jul 2018
The Meeting between GRPE (Regional Group on Child Protection) and the Directors of Child Protection of ECOWAS Member States, was held on 18 and 19 June 2018 in Dakar at the premises of the UNICEF Regional Office for West and Central Africa in Sene
[European Union] An app to empower young newcomers in Europe to find safety | Eurochild
20 Apr 2018
At the second edition of the conference 'Lost in Migration' held in Brussels, the Miniila app was launched by Missing Children Europe for young newcomers.
[Albania] Easing the challenges of restarting life in Albania: Migrant families return home
21 Mar 2018
In Albania, poverty, unemployment, social exclusion and lack of services drive its population to emigrate. The last years saw the number of migrants who return home increase significantly.