EU governments ignore Greek request to share refugee burden

By |november 6th, 2019|child refugees, News, refugee allocation, refugee camps, refugee crisis|

Greek minister responsible for migration Michalis Chrisochoidis sent a letter to his EU counterparts to share a burden of 4,000 unaccompanied minor refugees on Greek islands, but just one responded.

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Hungary’s top court clears journalist who kicked refugees

By |oktober 31st, 2018|child refugees, Hungary, News, refugee crisis|

The Hungarian Supreme Court has ruled that a journalist, who in 2015 kicked refugees, live on camera, at the Serbia-Hungary border, is innocent.

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If we fail to reform the Dublin Regulation, everybody loses – especially children

By |junij 22nd, 2018|Asylum seekers, border controls, child refugees, Dublin System, migrant children, migrant crisis, News, relocation, unaccompanied minors|

If European leaders won't agree on a working intra-European solidarity mechanism, Europe's free movement zone will be at risk and many more children will lose their lives trying to reach safety and shelter in Europe, writes Karen Mets.

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Abolish Dublin Regulation for a humane asylum system built on solidarity

By |junij 6th, 2018|Asylum seekers, child refugees, Dublin regulation, European Council, European Parliament, European Union, News, populism, Refugees, right-wing populism|

The European Parliament and the Council will soon negotiate a revision of the Dublin regulation, concerning the EU's asylum system. This is an opportunity for the EU to develop a more humane system based on objective criteria, and for every member stat...

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A school for refugees in Lebanon

By |februar 28th, 2018|child refugees, development aid, Education, EU aid, European Parliament, humanitarian aid, Lebanon, Middle East, News, schools, Syrian Civil War|

Kawkab School stands in the middle of the narrow streets of Beddawi refugee camp, in North Lebanon.  A safe haven for children who dream of a better life.  EURACTIV’s partner Euroefe reports.

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17 Turkish citizens ‘escape’ from Erdogan and seek asylum in Greece

By |februar 20th, 2018|Bulgaria, child refugees, EU migration policy, EU-Turkey, EU-Turkey relations, Gulenists, News, refugee camps, Turkey coup|

The Greek coastguard has rescued 17 Turkish citizens, including children, who reached the island of Oinousses on Monday (19 February) and asked for asylum, citing fear of persecution back home.

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Better schooling for Afghan refugee children in Iran

By |februar 20th, 2018|Afghanistan, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, child refugees, Cornelia Ernst, development aid, education aid, EU-Iran relations, Flavio Zanonato, News, refugee allocation, UNHCR|

School is not a right for Afghan child refugees in Iran. However, the recent establishment of an education programme has helped improve the situation, EURACTIV’s partner EuroEfe reports.

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Child immigration detention: Why EU states must cut it out

By |november 7th, 2017|child refugees, children's rights, immigration policy, Migration, News, Terre des Hommes, United Nations|

European governments are treating children like criminals by detaining them because of their migration status. It’s time to care for them as the children they are, writes Lavinia Liardo.

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Migration policies risk to push more children underground

By |oktober 18th, 2017|child refugees, EU migration, Greece, migration policy, News, Save the Children|

Seven refugee children tried to kill themselves in Sweden last February, three of them succeeded. Mental health issues are widespread among migrant and refugee children across Europe, writes Karen Mets.

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