Durable Solutions for Separated Children in Europe

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Children need support and consistency in order to overcome traumatic experiences, including those experienced in the country of origin, in transit and in the country of arrival. Children also have the right to be heard and have their views taken into account to determine their best interests in respect of assessing and implementing a durable solution. It is therefore crucial that European Member States have adequate procedures in place to develop a care plan that incorporates a durable solution. This care plan should take into account the views of the child and assess any risk factors at the outset and continually review this plan as the child matures and their circumstances change. The main objectives of the research focus on the methodology behind arriving at the durable solution for the child.

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Funding: Pilot Project on Unaccompanied Minors 2013

European Commission Directorate –General Home Affairs, Asylum and Migration Fund