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How We Care: Children on the move

How We Care: Children on the move

Integration of children on the move in Lebanon: Challenges and opportunities

Integration of children on the move in Lebanon: Challenges and opportunities

Integration of unaccompanied children in Greece: Opportunities, challenges and recommendations

Integration of unaccompanied children in Greece: Opportunities, challenges and recommendations

Challenges for unaccompanied children in Lower Saxony: Recommendations for policy and practice

Challenges for unaccompanied children in Lower Saxony: Recommendations for policy and practice

Supporting children and families in emergency situations (Ukraine conflict 2022)

Supporting children and families in emergency situations (Ukraine conflict 2022)

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How We Care: Domestic violence prevention (Covid-19)

How We Care: Domestic violence prevention (Covid-19)

Governments around the world responded to the spread of COVID-19 by imposing lockdowns, quarantines and school closures. While these measures have contained the spread of the virus, they have also increased the risk factors for intimate partner violence and child abuse, leading to what the UN has described as “the shadow pandemic of domestic violence”.

How We Care: Children on the move

How We Care: Children on the move

Globally, an estimated 50 million children are on the move – leaving home, their communities and sometimes their countries for work or to escape violence, conflict, poverty or discrimination. Others may be displaced and separated, or taken from families against their will for exploitation of various kinds.