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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...

The Climate Crisis is one of the greatest emergencies of our time. It is a crisis that profoundly and disproportionately affects children, especially those from low and middle-income countries. It is deeply interconnected with another crisis of...

This briefing sets out the extensive education needs in Yemen after more than six years of conflict and resulting impact on infrastructure, teachers, protection, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights Save the Children’s...

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,...

This briefing note highlights the immediate and long-term devastating impact of attacks on education on the millions of children, teachers and schools that are affected by the brutal seven-year conflict in Yemen. It also aimed at ensuring that...

With more than 1.4 million internally displaced persons in August 2021, rapid increasing violence and growing insecurity in the Central Sahel have led to a worsening security situation and an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. Such repeated...

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...

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...

At the end of 2019, at least 13.4 million school-age children (5-17 years old) were internally displaced due to conflict or violence. These numbers are likely an underestimate with many internally displaced children unaccounted for due to lack of...

Foreign investment and economic development in Vietnam’s 325 industrial zones created nearly 3 million jobs by the end of 2016. This resulted in an influx of young migrants (ages 15-20) moving from rural areas to urban industrial zones seeking...

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