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Thematic news: Children on the move

UNICEF Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Europe: Regional Humanitarian Situation Report
27 Oct 2015
UNICEF published a report on the humanitarian situation in Europe. Below are some of the key highlights outlined in the report. 
Fleeing teachers latest blow to Syrian refugee kids
26 Oct 2015
According to an article on CBSNews, school teachers from the Kawergosk refugee camp in northern Iraq are leaving for Europe, in search of better opportunities.
Meeting on the Western Balkans Migration Route: Leaders Agree on 17-point plan of action
25 Oct 2015
According to the European Commission, tackling the challenges faced by the Western Balkans requires a collaborative cross-border approach.
Seeking asylum on children's bicycles
23 Oct 2015
According to BBC, hundreds of migrants have embraced a new route into Europe that avoids the life-threatening Mediterranean crossing. They are cycling into Norway from Russia.
UNHCR concerned at reports of sexual violence against refugee women and children
23 Oct 2015
The UN refugee agency said today it was concerned by "credible testimonies" it has received of sexual violence and abuse against refugee and migrant women and children on the move in Europe and called on authorities to take steps to ensure their p
Migrant crisis in October: focus on children and young mothers
20 Oct 2015
During October 2015 the migrant crisis continued, in which many men, women and children run away from warring area, mostly from Syria, Aafganistan and Iraq.
Migration & Technology
20 Oct 2015
Business Daily reports that many European governments have chosen to build up walls to prevent refugees from crossing their boarder. Since the Serbian boarder opened, nearly 7000 refugees hope to pass through Croatia.
Multi-sector needs assessment of migrants and refugees in Greece
30 Jul 2015
According to new Save the Children assessment, children refugees and migrants in Greece are exposed to risk of exploitation and sickness due to almost unexistable asylum infrastructure in this country.


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