Resource Centre

  • Safety and Fundamental Rights at Stake for Children on the Move

    The number of people seeking asylum in Europe has risen drastically over the past years. Half of them are children. As children on the move, they are particularly vulnerable and at risk of violence, abuse, exploitation, trauma and even death. They are ...

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  • Boxes of Wonder: Creation of the program with children on the move

    Boxes of Wonder: Creation of the Program with Children on the Move is a manual presenting the use Boxes of Wonder (BoW), an innovative conceptual framework for structuring the programs of direct work with children on the move. BoW are, at the same time, ...

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  • Promise to Practice: Following through on commitments to support the future of Syria and the region

    The conflict in Syria has created the largest displacement crisis in well over a generation, possibly since the second world war. Six million people remain displaced internally, more than five million are registered as refugees in neighbouring countries ...

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  • Child Protection in Emergencies Capacity Gap Analysis: Middle East and Eastern Europe

    The Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme is a professional development initiative led by Save the Children, and funded by the IKEA Foundation. It is designed to enhance the skills, knowledge and behaviours required of mid-career ...

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  • The Dirty Truth about the Infant Formula Industry

    How come poor mothers in low-income countries chose industrially processed powder to feed their babies, when most of them have access to a clean, healthy alternative – for free? The Norwegian doctor Line Jansrud, mum and pregnant, is determined to ...

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  • Ending Legalised Violence Against Children by 2030: Progress towards prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment in Pathfinder countries

    This report tracks the country-level progress that has been made to prohibit corporal punishment of children in Pathfinding Countries. It emphasizes the importance of ending corporal punishment to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16.2. Furthermore, ...

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  • The Global Financing Facility: An opportunity to get it right

    In 2018, the Global Financing Facility in Support for Every Woman Every Child (GFF) is seeking a $2 billion replenishment for its Trust Fund. However, the GFF is very different from other grant-giving global health funds- it intends to deport from the ...

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  • Balkans Migration and Displacement Hub: Multimedia Suggestion Box

    As part of its efforts to improve accountability to refugee and migrant children, The Balkans Migration and Displacement Hub explored different options for development of contextually appropriate feedback mechanism that would enable the introduction ...

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  • Safe from Harm: Protecting every child and teacher at school

    Schools should be safe and happy zones of learning. Giving children an opportunity to learn at school is essential for social and emotional development, for them to progress through the education system, secure a better future for themselves, and for ...

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  • Balkans Migration and Displacement Hub Data and Trends Analysis: Regional overview (January- March 2018)

    Data and Trend Analysis (DATA) Refugees and Migrants at the Western Balkans Route Regional Overview, covering period January-March 2018, describes key trends in migrations in the region, detailing information about the number of people on the move, demography ...

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  • "Yes, Children Can!" Kosovo Campaign Highlights

    The document outlines the highlights of the "Yes, Children Can!" Campaign, launched under the "Community-based services for Children with Disabilities" regional project, from March 21st- April 2nd, 2018. The various activities organized during the campaign ...

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  • Lost Opportunities, Lost Incomes: Why families in England need further reform of childcare and early education to get into work

    Parents of young children are struggling in England to get work. Despite reforms to the childcare system in England, many parents are struggling to find work or to increase their current work hours. For instance, over 45,000 mothers with children under ...

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  • Realizing the Rights of Children with Disabilities in Kosovo

    An estimated 45,000 children in Kosovo live with disabilities. They are often stigmatized and excluded from society. At Save the Children, we fight to make sure that their voices are heard and that their rights are respected.  

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  • Protected on Paper? An analysis of Nordic country responses to asylum-seeking children

    For many years, the Nordic countries have been at the forefront of promoting and protecting the rights of children. However, many of these nations saw a gap in protection of children in 2015 when they experienced an influx of refugee children. Many ...

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  • Utanförskap, Våld och Kärlek till Orten: Barns röster om att växa upp i utsatta kommuner och förorter

    Social Exclusion, Violence, and Love to the City-Suburbs: Children's voices on growing up in vulnerable communities All children in Sweden are entitled to the same rights under the Convention of the Rights of the Child. These rights include the right ...

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  • Safe and Enabling Elementary Education Environment for Refugee and Asylum Seeking Pupils

    In Serbia, relevant ministry and state institutions cooperated with NGO’s in the process of including refugee and migrant children into formal education. Save the Children has taken part in the process by advocating for educational opportunities for ...

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  • Balkans Migration and Displacement Hub Data and Trends Analysis: Regional overview (September- December 2017)

    More than 5,000 refugees and migrants are estimated to have arrived to the Balkans countries (other than Greece) in the last four months of 2017, out of which about one-third were children. However, the data shows that the number of refugees and migrants ...

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  • Programme on the Move: Boxes of Wonder promising practices in refugee education case study

    During the European Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Serbia, Psychosocial Support (PSS) emerged as an important pillar of response to the refugees and migrants in rapid transit and for those staying longer in Serbia. Save the Children invested in a PSS ...

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  • The People in the Pictures: Vital perspectives on Save the Children’s image making

    Debates about representations of global poverty and images of suffering have been going on for many years, yet the voices of the people featured in the images – the contributors – have been notably absent. There has been a tendency to consider and ...

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  • Practical Protection Monitoring Guide

    Practical Protection Monitoring Guide is a comprehensive resource document for conducting protection monitoring activities. It is a guide to how, in response to a refugee crisis in Balkans, Praxis set up and developed protection monitoring activities. ...

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