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The purpose of this document is to translate UNICEF’s Agenda for Action to the local level.
Date of publication:
23 February 2022
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For many uprooted children, the journey from home can be profoundly lonely and plagued by challenges that put their health, education and futures at risk.
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01 December 2018
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Youth on the move across continents represent a unique, yet largely untapped pool of talent, ideas and entrepreneurship.
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15 July 2021
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Age plays a critical role in a child’s migration, but how will gender mediate that experience?...
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07 September 2021
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Today, the world is facing compounding humanitarian, environmental and economic crises that have spurred the migration and displacement of millions of children and their families.
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14 February 2022
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This paper captures concrete recommendations for efficient, lean, and harmonised processes which ensure children are protected and can access procedures and solutions in accordance with their best interests.
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01 July 2017
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With a focus on practical solutions and promising practices in the US and from around the globe, the report seeks to bridge the worlds of international child rights and protection, immigration and domestic child welfare.
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01 February 2021
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This report provides essential data and information on educational challenges faced by nearly 50 million uprooted children around the world.
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01 September 2017
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This document identifies different options for alternative care for unaccompanied migrant, asylum-seeking and refugee children and adolescents in Mexico, with the aim of implementing a model of alternative care for these children and young people in this country. Only available in Spanish.
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31 December 2019
This document identifies key challenges to end child immigration detention despite a growing international consensus on this issue, and proposes concrete recommendations to provide adequate reception, protection and care for migrant and displaced children without resorting to detention.
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01 May 2020
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This working paper sets the context of immigration detention of children, presenting its negative effects and giving recommendations on how to prevent it, affirming that it is possible, only that it requires political will and states to engage actors beyond migration and border control authorities.
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01 February 2019
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This document provides guidance for state authorities on the design and implementation of return procedures that are child rights compliant.
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31 December 2019
This Texts and Materials book on ‘The Child’s Right to a Nationality and Childhood Statelessness’ complements the UNICEF and ISI Advanced intensive training on childhood statelessness & the child’s right to a nationality.
Date of publication:
18 December 2020
Evidence from multiple contexts clearly demonstrates that children on the move – and the generations that follow them – live better lives and contribute to society when they have opportunities to learn and develop wherever they are.
Date of publication:
01 October 2020
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.
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01 November 2017
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This report is the first attempt by international organizations to measure child labour, forced labour and human trafficking in global supply chains.
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12 November 2019
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The Inter-agency Guiding Principles on Unaccompanied and Separated Children are intended to guide future action and are based on international human rights, humanitarian and refugee law.
Date of publication:
06 January 2004
Approximately 50 million children can be considered ‘on the move’.
Date of publication:
30 July 2020
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This 2-page guide, “Recommended Principles for Children on the Move and Other Children affected by Migration,” was prepared by Jacqueline Bhabha and Mike Dottridge.
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01 July 2017
This report shows how the lack of safe and legal pathways for refugee and migrant children feeds a booming market for human smuggling and puts them at risk of violence, abuse and exploitation.
Date of publication:
14 December 2020
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