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Monday 10 February 2020

Internet predator targets 9-year old girl from Bosnia and Herzegovina

It is really fun until she gets some disturbing messages. Unknown man sends her an image of male genitals posted on Facebook, with allegedly her comments about it inserted below the picture...

Wednesday 18 December 2019

“We spent the war years in Syria, but we couldn’t stay there anymore”

Over 47,000 new arrivals were registered in the Balkans in first nine months of 2019. While Syrians made majority of the arrivals in 2015 and 2016, their number dropped in subsequent years, only to increase from autumn of 2019.

Wednesday 11 December 2019

Reports about push backs and violence against children at the Western Balkans borders: July - September 2019

More than one third of refugee and migrant children encountered in Serbian capital Belgrade in period July – September 2019 reported about being pushed back from some border during their journey through Balkans route. Almost half of these children testified about experiencing violence or witnessing violence during expulsion.

The number of reports of violent push backs increased in comparison to the first half of the year, when around one third of push backs involving children were reportedly violent.

Tuesday 3 December 2019

Study visit: Learning from best practices of inclusive education in BiH

Centres development of inclusive practices are set up on the basis of the expressed need to innovate and re-organise system support to children and youth with disabilities...

Tuesday 19 November 2019

Joint statement of the Children’s Rights Ombudsmen Network in South-East Europe – CRONSEE on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Child Rights Convention

In November 2019 the world marks the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. South East Europe Children’s Rights Ombudspersons Network (CRONSEE), established in 2006 by the initiative of Save the Children, issued a joint statement on the occasion of this important jubilee.

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