07 September 2016

Thematic Focus: Children

Broken Dreams: Central American Children’s Dangerous Journey to the United States (Unicef, Aug. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

*Children Alone: Pulled from the Sea, Fallen by the Wayside (Oxfam, Sept. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Children and Armed Conflict: Introduction and Overview," Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, vol. 22, no. 3 (Aug. 2016) [open access]
- The contents of this issue are listed here.

Children and Unsafe Migration in Europe: Data and Policy, Understanding the Evidence base, Data Briefing Series, no. 5 (IOM Global Migration Data Analysis Centre, Sept. 2016) [text]
- See also related press release.

"Children Left Behind: Family, Refugees and Immigration in Postwar Europe," History Workshop Journal, Advance Access, 12 Aug. 2016 [full-text via Academia.edu]

Children on the Move, Children Left Behind: Uprooted or Trapped by Boko Haram (Unicef, Aug. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

Concept Paper: High Commissioner’s Dialogue on Protection Challenges, Geneva 8-9 December 2016 [text]
- The theme of this year's Dialogue is "Children on the Move." More information is available here.

Mapping Experiences and Research about Unaccompanied Refugee Minors in Sweden and Other Countries, IZA Discussion Paper, no. 10143 (Institute for the Study of Labor, Aug. 2016) [text]

Moving Beyond Trauma: Child Migrants and Refugees in the United States (Child Trends, Sept. 2016) [text]
- See also related blog post.

Report on the Annual Consultations with Non-governmental Organizations, Geneva, 15-17 June 2016 [text via ICVA]
- This year's theme was "Youth: The Future is Now."

"Unaccompanied and Separated Foreign Children in the Care System in the Western Cape: A Socio-Legal Study," Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, vol. 19 (2016) [open access via SSRN]

Uprooted: The Growing Crisis for Refugee and Migrant Children (Unicef, Sept. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]
- See also related Guardian news story.


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- Thematic Focus: Children (2 Aug. 2016)

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