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Children who have been trafficked, separated by conflict, who are living on the streets or/and in alternative care suffer devastating and long-term consequences. Their reintegration to a permanent home with their family is critical to their well-being. Different initiatives are currently being made to bring these children home.

 

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Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration

Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration Leading aid and development agencies have come together for the first time to create new Guidelines on
 the Reintegration of Children. The Guidelines call for greater investment in reintegration, and advocate for it to 
be pursued as the primary response before other permanent care options are considered. They are intended to…

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Research on factors surrounding the family reintegration of street girls in Kinshasa, DRC

The search for long-term and durable solutions in the light of ‘multiple stigmatisations’ DRC has had a complex and troubled recent history, marked by entrenched poverty, years of conflict and a failed state struggling to provide basic needs for the most vulnerable groups in society. This has contributed to a weakening of the social fabric and the…

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  • Our statement: The UK must not become a country that keeps families separated https://t.co/fKiGGtimyc #brexitbill… https://t.co/X3twR7rN5I

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  • RT @mamamolly01: Excellent presentations last night at UCL: Are Big International Aid Organisations Still Relevant? by UCL Department of Po…

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