Povodom 13. oktobra, Međunarodnog dana smanjenja rizika od katastrofa, organizacija Save the Children je pokrenula web stranicu www.otporninakatastrofe.ba.
Devojčice i njihove porodice koje migriraju sa Bliskog istoka na Balkan kao glavni razlog migracije navode konflikte, mada se među ostalim razlozima navode i rodno zasnovano nasilje, prisilni brakovi, nasilje u porodici i nemogućnost obrazovanja, pokazuje istraživanje.
Five years since the tragic death of Alan Kurdi, Save the Children is warning that Europe has failed to address the needs of migrant and refugee children.
Serbia is one of the European countries hardest hit by the coronavirus epidemic. The aid provided by Save the Children aims to support 400 children from 150 vulnerable families struggling to make ends meet.
In 2018 and 2019, refugee and migrant children arriving in Serbia reported 3,217 cases of pushbacks across the borders, out of which over 40% (1,321) were violent. Over half of the cases of the pushbacks involved unaccompanied and separated children (2,530).
An advocacy briefing details the situation for refugee and migrant children in Bosnia and Herzegovina in October 2020, focusing on the shelter crisis, and outlines key advocacy asks to ensure needed protection for children on the move.