05 November 2015

Thematic Focus: Children

Event & opportunity:

Conference: Children and Young People on the Move: Towards a More Precise Definition of Their Best Interests, Portoro┼ż, Slovenia, 19-20 November 2015 [info]

Call for Expression of Interest: Strengthening Families in Displacement Contexts [info]
- Submission deadline is 20 November 2015.


"The Best Interests of the Child Principle as an Independent Source of International Protection," International & Comparative Law Quarterly, vol. 64, no. 2 (2015) [preprint via SSRN]

"Child Health in Syria: Recognising the Lasting Effects of Warfare on Health," Conflict and Health, 9:34 (Nov. 2015) [open access]

Child Protection: Syria Crisis Regional Interagency Workshop Report (UNICEF & UNHCR, Oct. 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

*Child Refugees and Australian Internationalism: Past, Present, Future, Melbourne, 24 March 2015 [info]
- A podcast of this lecture is available.

I Am Here, I Belong: The Urgent Need to End Childhood Statelessness (UNHCR, Nov. 2015) [text]
- See also related micro-site and press release.

Not Just a Temporary Fix: Durable Solutions for Separated Migrant Children (The Children's Society, 2015) [text]

Once within the Border: Taking Care of How We Care - Italy’s Protection System for Unaccompanied and Separated Foreign Minors, Global Migration Research Paper, no. 12 (Global Migration Centre, 2015) [text]

Refugee Watch Online (Oct. 2015) [full-text]
- Focus is on "Refugee Children."

Unaccompanied Child Migrants in the United States: How Are They Faring?, Webinar, 15 Oct. 2015 [info]
- Follow link for podcast and slides.

Whose Best Interests? Exploring Unaccompanied Minors’ Rights through the Lens of Migration and Asylum Processes - UK National Report (Univ. of Brighton, Oct. 2015) [text]

Youth Transitions into Adulthood in Protracted Crises (GSCRC, Oct. 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]


Related posts:
- Thematic Focus: Children, incl. Education (15 Oct. 2015)
- Thematic Focus: Statelessness (12 Oct. 2015)

Tagged Publications and Events & Opportunities. 

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