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Dear Colleagues,

Tomorrow (on 24th January) we are celebrating the International Day of Education, which is a fundamental right and an enabler of our future. There are many targets to ensure quality education, but today let us take in the spotlight the inclusiveness and equitable quality education for all by suggesting methods to support the integration of migrant children.

In this edition, you'll find child-friendly videos created with the participation of migrant children as part of the MINT project, our upcoming webinars (Child to parent violence and abuse and Counselling asylum seeking and refugee women victims of gender-based violence) and some exciting vacancies.

For more news follow our facebook page and join our group to discuss practical questions! 

Yours,
Child Protection Hub Team

Tools and best practices to support the integration of migrant children

23 Jan 2020

About 30% of the migrant population reaching Europe over the past years were children – many of them separated or unaccompanied. In their host countries, migrant and refugee children and youth face considerable challenges in terms of education,...

01 Apr 2019

Migrant children and youth are especially vulnerable to social exclusion. Through the MINT Project, Terre des hommes and its partners aim to empower refugee and migrant children, as well as European youth, to engage in new integration activities. As...

19 Dec 2019

Watch the video to hear children in Romania presenting their country to newly-arrived migrant and refugee children. This video is a welcome message from Romanian children to foreign children. Almost 30 % of the population that has migrated in recent...

08 Jan 2019

Council of Europe has produced a handbook that contains comprehensive guidance for frontline professionals working with migrant minors on how to communicate information about children`s rights in a child-friendly and age-appropriate manner. The...

01 May 2018

The “Child-friendly information for children in migration: what do children think?” study is based on information collected during the workshops with migrant children in Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece and Hungary. The particular focus of...

Upcoming event

30 Jan 2020

What is child to parent violence and abuse (CPVA) and how can we support families in this situation? Join us in an interactive webinar to explore the topic in details and learn methods to deal with it as a professional. Please write your questions...

28 Jan 2020

This webinar is being organized as part of the regional project "Building Relationships through Innovative Development of Gender-Based Violence Awareness in Europe - BRIDGE" which has the aim to strengthen the statutory response to gender-based...

VACANCIES

31 Jan 2020

We are recruiting a: Programmer for Social Good, for our DFID-funded Safeguarding Resource Hub project. You are an expert in ICT4D, artificial intelligence, deep learning, or an aspiring expert in those fields. You are energetic, innovative and you...

09 Feb 2020

The Task: Working under the supervision of the Deputy Head of Regional Office, the coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Child Protection Hub project (as a project financed by Oak Foundation and the Austrian Development...

31 Jan 2020

Palladium is a global leader in the design, development and delivery of Positive Impact - the intentional creation of enduring social and economic value. We work with foundations, investors, governments, corporations, communities and civil society...

31 Jan 2020

SOS Children's Villages Bulgaria is looking for a Manager of a Family-Type Accommodation Center for their team in Sofia, Bulgaria. The position includes the following activities: Organization of the functioning of the service Center for Family-Type...

We are hiring

Terre des hommes Mission in Kosovo is seeking to recruit a Programme Coordinator based in Kosovo General conditions: Employment Contract Position Start Date: As soon as possible; Duration of the Contract: 1 year (with possibility of extension)...

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