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  • Supporting child refugees and their families

    Date: 3rd May 2022
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author:

    If you work with and support refugee children and families in a professional, voluntary or personal capacity, this resource is just for you. Access advice, guidance, information and training in one place to better understand the rights of children who have been displaced.

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  • New children’s rights guide about the Global Compact on Refugees and Migration

    Date: 18th June 2021
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author:

    The Global Compact on Refugees and Migration represents a political will and ambition of the international community for more equitable responsibility-sharing of refugees so host communities can get the support they need to help refugees settle into their new communities. This guide looks at what children’s rights protections are set out in the Compact.

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  • Video for asylum-seeking children explaining their rights in age assessment procedures

    Date: 9th December 2020
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Council of Europe

    This animated video aims to inform children’s understanding of age assessment procedures and how age assessments should be conducted to respect children’s human rights.

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  • Free online course on unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children

    Date: 19th November 2020
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author:

    The course focuses on how to care for and protect unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children who are moving across and between countries. It was developed by the University of Strathclyde and CELCIS, and it is available through FutureLearn.

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  • CELCIS launches free online course on unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children

    Date: 15th August 2019
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children, Child trafficking
    Author: Centre for Excellence for Looked after Children

    The Centre for Excellence for Children's Care and Protection (CELCIS), based at the University of Strathclyde, launches a free online course on unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children next month.

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  • New IOM report on missing migrant children

    Date: 30th July 2019
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children, Child trafficking
    Author: IOM

    This volume of the Fatal Journey’s series focuses on missing migrant children – given the growing number of children embarking on journeys that are dangerous and often fatal.

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  • Unaccompanied migrant children guide issued by EU Fundamental Rights Agency

    Date: 15th July 2019
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children, Children in situations of exploitation, Child trafficking
    Author: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

    The guide aims to strengthen child protection responses and includes a focus on child victims of trafficking and children at risk.

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  • New guidance document: children affected by migration

    Date: 27th July 2016
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Kopin

    This new resource is a set of recommended principles to guide actions concerning children on the move and other children affected by migration, prepared by a large number of experts from UN agencies, academics, donor agencies and civil society organisations.

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  • Fundamental rights: challenges and achievements in 2011

    Date: 20th June 2012
    Category: General measures of implementation, Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

    This year's European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights annual report chronicles the positive developments made in 2011 as well as the challenges facing the EU and its Member States in the field of fundamental rights, drawing on objective, reliable and comparable socio-legal data.

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  • New guidance to help social workers assess age of young people seeking asylum

    Date: 13th June 2012
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Scottish Refugee Council

    Age assessment guidance aimed at helping vulnerable young asylum seekers get the right support, has been launched by Scottish Refugee Council.

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  • Not a minor offence: unaccompanied children locked up as part of the asylum system

    Date: 25th May 2012
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Refugee Council

    This report discusses the situation of children detained as part of the asylum process because a decision has been made to treat them as adults.

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  • I don’t feel human

    Date: 28th February 2012
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: The Children’s Society

    A new report by The Children's Society reveals alarming levels of destitution among refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant children and young people.

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  • Landing in Dover

    Date: 17th January 2012
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Children's Commissioner for England

    The Landing in Dover report from Maggie Atkinson, the Children's Commissioner for England, discovered that unaccompanied children arriving into Kent were returned to France if they did not apply for asylum straightaway.

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  • Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children Guide - Your Rights

    Date: 1st August 2011
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Scottish Refugee Council

    This leaflet will provide asylum seeeking children with information about their rights if they are currently, or have been looked after by a local authority.

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  • Working with refugee children: Current issues in best practice

    Date: 24th May 2011
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Immigration Law Practitioners' Association

    This guide produced by The Immigration law Practitioners' Association (ILPA) focuses on refugee children, but the principles and practices described apply to all migrant children.

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  • “I’d play all day and night if I could”

    Date: 9th May 2011
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Children's Parliament

    The need for better recognition of the child's right to play brought the International Play Association (Scotland) and the Children's Parliament together with children across Scotland to talk about what play means to them and how their experience of play could be better.

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  • Young Scot: Access All Areas

    Date: 1st April 2011
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Family Environment and Alternative Care, Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Young Scot

    Young Scot Access All Areas was a three-year inclusion project, which aimed to empower young people from ethnic minority, refugee, asylum seeking and faith groups to influence service provision in their local area, enhance access and promote inclusion.

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  • Protecting Refugees

    Date: 11th January 2011
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

    This information pack covers a range of important topics, such as asylum-seekers and detention, refugees and social and economic inclusion, refugees and violence, internal displacement, forced returns and stateless persons.

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  • Positive Images Toolkit

    Date: 1st October 2010
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: British Red Cross

    The Positive Images toolkit is an educational resource for teachers, youth workers and other educators that can be used to teach young people, aged 12 and over, about migration and development.

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  • Children and armed conflict - A guide to international humanitarian and human rights law

    Date: 1st January 2002
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
    Author: International Bureau for Children’s Rights

    This publication aims at serving as a quick reference manual for those involved in researching, promoting and protecting the rights of children affected by armed conflict.

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