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Dernier ajout : 21 avril.


  • Emergency within an emergency : The growing epidemic of sexual exploitation and abuse of migrant children in Greece

    Source : Harvard University, Francois-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights Auteurs : Jacqueline Bhabha, Professor of the Practice of Health and Human Rights at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Director of Research at the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights. Vasileia Digidiki, Research Fellow at the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights. Date : Avril 2017 Résumé : « The present study analyzes (...)
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    Publié le 21-04-2017
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  • UNICEF - Un périple meurtrier pour les enfants : la route migratoire de l’Afrique du Nord à l’Europe

    Source : Date : Février 2017 « L’UNICEF demande la mise en place d’un plan d’action en six points pour préserver la sécurité des enfants migrants et réfugiés. NEW YORK/GENÈVE, le 28 février 2017 – Les enfants et les femmes migrants et réfugiés sont régulièrement victimes de violence sexuelle, d’exploitation, de mauvais traitements et de détentions tout au long de la route migratoire de la Méditerranée centrale entre l’Afrique du Nord et l’Italie, avertit l’UNICEF dans un nouveau rapport. Un (...)
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    Publié le 28-02-2017
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  • Human Rights Watch - Word Report 2017

    Source : Date : Janvier 2017 Description : « Human Rights Watch defends the rights of people worldwide. We scrupulously investigate abuses, expose the facts widely, and pressure those with power to respect rights and secure justice. Human Rights Watch is an independent, international organization that works as part of a vibrant movement to uphold human dignity and advance the cause of human rights for all. Human Rights Watch began in 1978 with the founding of its Europe and (...)
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    Publié le 19-01-2017
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  • Eurochild - Turning the tide for children on the move

    Source : Introduction : « This paper provides a snapshot of the situation of children on the move in different parts of Europe in both transit and destination countries. It is built on interviews with professionals working with and for children and families. It offers personal perspectives on the challenges on the ground and provides some recommendations at national and EU level to protect the rights of refugee and migrant children. Children reach Europe either (...)
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    Publié le 19-12-2016
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  • CRIN - The Year in Children’s Rights 2015-16 Annual Report

    Source : Auteur : Child Rights International Network Date : 7 Décembre 2016 Résumé : « CRIN’s annual report aims to convey a sense of children’s rights globally and stir up action to address the structural failures which allow violations to continue. The report is based on information gathered throughout the year as part of our work to monitor what is happening in the news, at the UN and in law reform around the world. We believe that information is a powerful and necessary tool (...)
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    Publié le 7-12-2016
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  • Help Refugees UK - "An Uncertain Future : Life for the Children of the Calais "Jungle" Post-Eviction"

    Source : Auteurs : Benjamin Hunter Rosie Pope Date : 28 novembre 2016 Présentation : « We have commissioned a report on the fate of the children formally living in the ‘Jungle’. We must say a big thanks to the report authors Benjamin Hunter and Rosie Pope who visited 12 French state-run accommodation centres for unaccompanied minors across France. The report finds that the Home Office interview process has been marred with confusing misinformation and a (...)
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    Publié le 2-12-2016
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  • Harvard University - Children on the Move : An Urgent Human Rights and Child Protection Priority

    Source : Auteurs : This report was researched and authored by : Jacqueline Bhabha (principal investigator), Christine Bohne, Vasileia Digidiki, Elizabeth Donger, Rochelle Frounfelker, Jeff Glenn, Alexandra Lancaster, Susan Lloyd McGarry, Nevena Milutinovic, Shanoor Seervai. With assistance from Arlan Fuller of the François Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University. Date : Novembre 2016 Table des matières : (...)
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    Publié le 2-12-2016
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  • Eurochild - Is Europe doing enough to invest in children ?

    Source : « 2016 Eurochild Report on the European Semester Child-centred policy makes sense both for social inclusion and long-term sustainable economic growth. Child poverty in the EU continues to drain the potential of children and society. Over one in four child in the EU is at risk of poverty. By giving visibility to children, the European Semester, which is the EU’s framework for economic policies, can help build more resilient communities, societies and economies. (...)
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    Publié le 24-11-2016
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  • ECPAT UK - Heading Back to Harm

    Source : Auteurs : Andrea Simon, ECPAT UK Chloe Setter, ECPAT UK Lucy Holmes, Missing People « Alarming number of trafficked children going missing from care - New ECPAT UK report “We are nobody in this country.” – Trafficked child interviewed for new ECPAT UK and Missing People report Trafficked and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children are going missing from UK care at an “alarmingly high” rate, leading charities ECPAT UK and Missing People have said in a new report (...)
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    Publié le 15-11-2016
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  • Croix Rouge UK - Rapport - No place for children

    Source : Présentation du rapport No place for children : « Unaccompanied refugee children with family in the UK are being left to fend for themselves in the Calais ‘Jungle’ as a result of bureaucracy, according to a British Red Cross report released today. The report, No Place for Children, found failures at almost every point in the process of reuniting unaccompanied refugee children with their family in the UK under EU law known as Dublin III. Of the estimated 1,000 (...)
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    Publié le 12-10-2016
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