Precarious Trajectories features in new UNICEF ‘Children on the Move’ Research Special

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Simon Parker, the principal investigator of the Precarious Trajectories project is one of 5 experts on child migration to feature in a new Research Watch multi-media resource produced by UNICEF’s Innocenti Research Office. Children on the Move includes 4 short films looking at Child Migration and the Law: Status, detention and court proceedingsResearch & Knowledge GapsInsights and Lessons from Recent Experience and Challenges in Protecting the Rights of Migrating Children. Children on the Move also includes two films featuring the testimony of young refugees including Joselyn’s story and Ali and Zafar’s stories. Simon talks about the particular difficulties and challenges experienced by child refugees and migrants in their journeys to Europe and the risks and harms that they are exposed to in their countries of origin, in transit and when they finally reach Europe, and what policies need to be put in place to ensure children’s rights are respected and their voices heard by those in power.

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