Beyond Borders: How to make the global compacts on migration and refugees work for uprooted children
Recent large-scale movements of refugees and migrants have drawn attention to the need for global and coordinated action for peaceful, orderly and comprehensive approaches to refugees and migrants. UNICEF has joined the voices of many who have called for policies and programmes that address the care and protection of refugee, migrant and displaced children. This report highlights initiatives underway that work towards achieving this goal – initiatives that can be replicated around the world. The case studies presented are examples of how the UNICEF six-point Agenda for Action can be implemented to provide a safe home, a safe passage and a safe destination for every child.