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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...

‘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...

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...

This book and the letters is a result of several workshops held with Yemeni children in August 2021, for the purpose of training on the concept of safe schools and programming and the Safe School Declaration. The workshops were facilitated by...

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...

This report was commissioned by the Initiative for Child rights in the Global Compacts in view of the Africa Regional Review Meeting of the Global Compact for Safe and Orderly Migration (‘GCM’). It provides a snapshot of how the GCM’s child...

Data and Trend Analysis (DATA) Refugees and Migrants at the Western Balkans Route Regional Overview 2020 is an annual report, describing key trends in migrations in the region in 2020, detailing information about the number of people on the move,...

As it is important that any gender analysis (and strategy) for children be based upon the insights of children, twenty-four children from conflict-affected northern Nigeria – including 12 girls and 12 boys aged 10 to 17 – were therefore...

The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated an existing learning crisis in Sierra Leone, and has disrupted the learning of over 2.4 million children across the country. The most marginalised and deprived children, including girls, children from poor...

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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