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REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS

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CHILD PROTECTION RESEARCH:  EVIDENCE AND TOOLS FOR A BETTER FUTURE 

A new publication is out!

Liew, Zeudi; Gill, Mark; Hovil, Lucy (2023). As they move: Child and Youth Experiences of Migration, Displacement and Return in Afghanistan, Innocenti Research Report, UNICEF Innocenti – Global Office of Research and Foresight

The experience children and young people who migrated from their homes

in Afghanistan – especially those who have been forced to return – can be described as a

spiral of harm and neglect. For many, poverty and a desire to help their

families drives them from their homes. Far too often, the journey exposes them to harm

and economic exploitation. Many are forced to return, where re-entry into Afghanistan

communities brings discontentment. 

These are among the findings of As They Move: Child and Youth Experiences of Migration,

Displacement and Return in Afghanistan.

The evidence-based research report is uses surveys and interviews

of more than 1,500 children and young people in Afghanistan.

  • Reintegration of Children formerly Associated with Armed Forces and Groups_ Practical Guidance, Facilitator Manual for a) case supervisors, caseworker and other practitioners working at the intersection of child protection and referral system; b) for Programme developers (IRC- Primary Author internal use), 2022 IRC

  • Strengthening Child Associated with Armed Groups and Forces Programming in the MENA Region Prevention, Response and Reintegration (Desk review and Inception Report-internal use); Practical Guidance for Programme Developers _ 2021, UNICEF MENARO

  • Desk Review on “Child Focused Recovery” - Save the Children UK ,2020 (Co-Author, for internal use)

  • Baseline Study on Child Protection Prevalent Issues in Mtendeli and Nduta Refugee Camps Tanzania- Plan International 2017 (Author, for internal use)

  • Final Impact Assessment of the Child Rights Consortium III in Afghanistan-Terre des hommes, 2013 (Author, for internal use)

  • Study on Foster Care. An alternative solution for street children in Nepal?  – EveryChild UK, Voice of Children (VOC), 2012 (Author , for internal use)

  • An Assessment on Chin Unaccompanied and Separated Minors: Report on Care Arrangements –UNHCR, 2010 (Author, for internal use)

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