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Lucy Hovil; Mark Gill; Iolanda Genovese (et al.)
The number of international migrants under 18 is rising, accelerated by complex and fast-evolving economic, demographic, security and environmental drivers. Based on interviews carried out with 1,290 migrant children and young people in Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan, this report helps address the evidence gap on children and young people migrating in the Horn of Africa by providing a better understanding of their protective environments; their access to services and resources; and their perceptions of safety, well-being and trust in authorities and other providers. It concludes by offering policy and programme recommendations to rethink child protection approaches for migrants in the region.
Bernadette Gutmann; Amanda Bissex; Samaa Kazerouni,
Rachel Marcus; Amina Khan; Carmen Leon-Himmelstine (et al.)
In recent years, global frameworks such as UN Convention on the Rights of the Child,
the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and
Members of Their Families, and the Global Compact on Refugees, have helped develop
a more supportive legal and policy environment for protecting children on the move. At
the same time, evidence on what works and what does not work in protecting children
on the move, and why, has not been synthesized across a range of groups (refugees,
internally displaced children, migrant children, returnees, children moving with and
without families, and in different settings). This report provides an assessment of the reviewed literature and its key findings, and
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