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UNICEF: Millions of children still facing dire conditions 100 days after Türkiye-Syria quakes

Millions of children in Türkiye and Syria are still enduring dire conditions, 100 days after devastating earthquakes struck both countries, according to a report by the UN Children's Fund ...

Last update 5 Jun 2023
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FRA: Training for guardians of unaccompanied children out now

Across the European Union, the professional backgrounds and skills of guardians of unaccompanied children vary widely. All unaccompanied children are entitled to a guardian under EU law. These ...

Last update 6 Apr 2023
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Save the Children report: 'A heavy toll: the impact of one year of war on children in Ukraine'

The report published by Save The Children on 20 February, entitled 'A Heavy Toll: The Impact of a Year of War on Children in Ukraine', enlights the physical and psychological impact of the outbreak ...

Last update 6 Mar 2023
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UNICEF: Eight trends that will impact children in 2023

The UN children’s agency (UNICEF) has released a report that takes into account the huge impact on children resulting from a series of interconnected crises. The ‘Prospects for Children ...

Last update 14 Feb 2023
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Council of Europe: New Recommendation on age assessment in the context of migration

The Council of Europe Committee of Ministers has adopted a new Recommendation to member States on human rights principles and guidelines on age assessment in the context of migration. Through this ...

Last update 8 Feb 2023
A drawing of an unaccompanied foreign minor walking alone through an asylum camp. On one side is a human trafficker trying to get him into a car, on the other a policeman with a dog in an aggressive attitude.

Freedom of Movement, the Right to Education, and Personal Development: Experiences and Perceptions of Unaccompanied Foreign Children in Relation to Camps. A Fieldwork Study from the Asylum Centre of Bogovađa, Serbia

Simona Guarini holds a master’s degree in Human Rights and Multi-level Governance from the University of Padova. Currently she is working in the Centre Za Azil Bogovađa, as part of the ...

Last update 13 Feb 2023
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OSCE: Immigration detention is never in the best interest of children and must end

According to the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) immigration detention is never in the best interest of children, so it is necessary to increase efforts to end it ...

Last update 30 Dec 2022
N.E.x.T TO YOU - Network for the Empowerment, the social and labor inclusion of Trafficked minors and young adults is a project funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund 2019 and coordinated by Veneto
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N.E.x.T TO YOU: 15 November, final conference

N.E.x.T TO YOU - Network for the Empowerment, the social and labor inclusion of Trafficked minors and young adults is a project funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Asylum, ...

Last update 14 Nov 2022
Promotial picture Inter Campus event "Lo sport a tutela dei diritti dell'infanzia"
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Sport for the protection of children's rights - Impact analysis on the activity of Inter Campus as a promoter of dialogue and development

Wednesday, December 1, 3:00-5:30 p.m., Archivio Antico, Palazzo Bo - University of Padova   Program Seminar presenting the research report "An Assist to the Rights of Children and ...

Last update 8 Nov 2022
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Global Estimates of Modern Slavery: 50 million people worldwide in modern slavery

According to the latest data from the Global Estimates of Modern Slavery produced by ILO, Walk Free and the International Organization for Migration, forced labor and forced marriage have increased ...

Last update 18 Oct 2022
A mother helps her eight-year-old daughter to take classes on television during the COVID-19 pandemic at home in Man, Côte d'Ivoire.
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UN and partners roll out #LetMeLearn campaign ahead of key education summit

In the context of the education crisis exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the United Nations is teaming up with leading children's charity Theirworld and others to launch the #LetMeLearn ...

Last update 6 Sep 2022
A nine-year-old girl, who is HIV-positive, paints at a UNICEF-supported day care centre which provides psychosocial care in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
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UNAIDS, UNICEF, WHO: new global alliance to end AIDS in children by 2030

The 24th International AIDS Conference (29 July - 2 August 2022), held in Montréal, Canada, witnessed the formation of a new global alliance to prevent new HIV infections and ensure that all ...

Last update 12 Sep 2022
Handcuffed child
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FRA: How to better protect children in criminal proceedings

Child-friendly models for better communication, task forces to guide young recidivists and courses on artistic expression in prison: these are some of the good practices identified in a new report ...

Last update 28 Jul 2022
Protect her rights, strengthen your laws: Her Atlas: status report on girls’ and women’s right to education
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UNESCO - New report on girls' and women's right to education: “Protect her rights, strengthen your laws”

Worldwide, 8% of States still explicitly restrict the right to education of pregnant and parenting girls in their legislation, according to UNESCO’s Her Atlas, an online monitoring tool on ...

Last update 18 Jul 2022
A little girl and her father embrace crying after family reunification

Family reunification for refugees: a comparative analysis

Mariachiara Berlinghieri is a recent graduate from the Master degree in Human Rights and Multilevel Governance at the University of Padua. She is currently enrolled in a Master of second level in ...

Last update 20 Jul 2022