Month: July 2020

The Future Migration Scenarios project by the Migration Research Hub

The Future Migration Scenarios project by the Migration Research Hub

News The Future Migration Scenarios project by the Migration Research Hub Posted on 23 July 2020 by CHILD-UP team By combining migration scenarios and a Delphi expert survey, the study, developed by the Migration Research Hub, reveals the breadth of possible trajectories of immigration to the European Union in 2030, the uncertainty involved in anticipating […]

Online meeting on “Qualitative methodology in the research on the participation of migrant children” organised by UNIMORE

Online meeting on “Qualitative methodology in the research on the participation of migrant children” organised by UNIMORE

News Online meeting on “Qualitative methodology in the research on the participation of migrant children” organised by UNIMORE Posted on 14 July 2020 by CHILD-UP team https://youtu.be/bq61HrzYOsQ This player shows the original full recording of the meeting. Please be aware that the meeting was held in Italian. On 1st July 2020, the partners of the […]

Leading Resilience – A Virtual Gathering of Refugee & Migrant Women organised by New Women Connectors

Leading Resilience – A Virtual Gathering of Refugee & Migrant Women organised by New Women Connectors

News Leading Resilience- A Virtual Gathering of Refugee & Migrant Women organised by New Women Connectors Posted on 8 July 2020 by CHILD-UP team https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkLmTZ1IdEk&app=desktop New Women Connectors is led by migrant and refugee women who have mobilised themselves in becoming a collective movement. Their aim is to raise awareness about the challenges and opportunities […]

UNHCR report on Refugees and migrant children in Europe in 2019 has just been published

UNHCR report on Refugees and migrant children in Europe in 2019 has just been published

News UNHCR report on Refugees and migrant children in Europe in 2019 has just been published Posted on 2 July 2020 by CHILD-UP team “Between January and December 2019, some 33,200 children arrived in Greece, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Cyprus and Malta. Of them some 9,000 (27%) were unaccompanied or separated children […]. Also, child arrivals in […]

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