A Right to be Heard
A Right to be Heard: Listening to children and young people on the move
For many uprooted children, the journey from home can be profoundly lonely and plagued by challenges that put their health, education and futures at risk. With the right support, they can drive success. Millions of young migrants and refugees have the potential to be great innovators, job creators, skilled workers and pillars of families and communities around the world. Connecting them with the information and services they need to start off in a new home – including education, health care and protection – is an investment in their future and the future of nations around the world.