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‘Build back better’ has long been a rallying cry of crisis responses – and is being used frequently today. However, given the scale of the global learning crisis even before the Covid-19 pandemic – with one child in six denied their right to...

Al Hol and Roj camps in North East Syria (NES) are home to over 60,000 people, the vast majority of them women and children. Their populations are made up of Syrians and Iraqis – many of whom arrived in the camp fleeing from violence and conflict...

Refugee children in Greece also face dire prospects of receiving a quality education. Even before Covid-19, less than a third of refugee and migrant children were actually enrolled and attending school. The education crisis on the Greek islands...

Being forced to flee your home is a life-changing event that often results in negative impacts that persist long after the conflict or disaster that triggered it has ended. To support progress towards a safe and fulfilling future for displaced...

No Safe Haven: The plight of Rohingya children across Asia

2021 - Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia ...

Wherever they are and wherever they go, Rohingya children in south and southeast Asia face discrimination, exclusion, and denial of their most basic rights. For most of these children, these challenges begin in Myanmar, where the Rohingya...

Globally, 426 million children live in conflict zones today. We estimate that a staggering 72 million of them, or one in six, live 50 kilometres or closer to conflicts where armed groups or forces have perpetrated sexual violence against children...

At least  1.2 million children across Lebanon  have had their education disrupted for more than one year, with many having last attended school in October 2019, following protests and civil unrest. This is impacting Lebanese, Syrian and...

This report responds to one of the key pillars of the Stop the War on Children campaign – the lack of accountability for crimes against children. Drawing on interviews, desk research, and an expert roundtable involving dozens of international...

Homes are fundamental for children to grow, thrive, and feel protected. As the Occupying Power, Israel has the duty to protect children’s rights. [1] However, since Israel’s occupation of the West Bank in 1967, authorities, so far, have...

Save the Children’s Migration and Displacement Initiative (MDI) is an agile, multidisciplinary team that exists to drive forward research, programming, and innovation on child-focused Migration and Displacement. Our purpose is to ensure that...

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