19 May 2023

Supporting integration of refugee and migrant children in host EU countries

The Fundamentals  The war against Ukraine which started in February 2022 triggered one of the fastest-growing humanitarian emergencies in Europe in recent history. Within weeks, over six million people were displaced to neighbouring countries. The vast majority of the affected population are women and children, as well as older people and those…, Activities in Croatia, Djevojčica In Croatia, the project aims to ensure that the most vulnerable children from Ukraine and their caregivers, including unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASC), have access to integrated and high-quality child protection and family support services that enable prevention, early identification, referral and provision of services in…, Partners, ruke In all project countries UNICEF will work in partnership with national and local authorities, civil society implementing partners, service providers, social work and social service workforce professionals, children, carers, families and communities. At the regional level, UNICEF will continue working with UNHCR to further advocate for the…, Read more, long logo © UNICEF, 2023 “The information and views set out in this page are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft, Swiss-Europe Rapid Response Fund or UNICEF. Neither the Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft, Swiss-Europe Rapid Response Fund or UNICEF nor any person acting…