Unaccompanied minors

Unaccompanied minors are foreign nationals below the age of 18 who are separated from their parents and other relatives, and who are not cared for by an adult. This category includes minors who are left unaccompanied after they entered a new country (IOM, 2011). The group is interchangeably defined as ‘unaccompanied children’ or ‘unaccompanied migrant minors’. Research in this category includes studies on integration, trauma, the transition to adulthood, children’s rights, and migration policy and management.

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On the Way to a Better Future: Belgium as Transit Country for Trafficking and Smuggling of Unaccompanied Minors1

Authors Ilse Derluyn, Eric Broekaert
Year 2005
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 23
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1 Journal Article

Refugee Youth in Sweden Who Arrived as Unaccompanied Minors and Separated Children

Authors Aycan Celikaksoy, Eskil Wadensjoe
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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2 Journal Article

Refugee Youth in Sweden Who Arrived as Unaccompanied Minors and Separated Children

Authors Aycan Celikaksoy, Eskil Wadensjoe
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 1
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3 Journal Article

"Unaccompanied' Minors? Accompanied Foreign Minors, Families and New Technologies

Authors Karmele Mendoza Perez, Marta Morgade Salgado
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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4 Journal Article

"Unaccompanied' Minors? Accompanied Foreign Minors, Families and New Technologies

Authors Karmele Mendoza Perez, Marta Morgade Salgado
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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5 Journal Article

Constructions of credibility in decisions concerning unaccompanied minors

Authors Daniel Hedlund
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
Citations (WoS) 2
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6 Journal Article

Seeking Asylum Alone: Using the Best Interests of the Child Principle to Protect Unaccompanied Minors

Authors J.K. Dalrymple
Year 2006
Journal Name Third World Law Journal
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7 Journal Article

Constructions of credibility in decisions concerning unaccompanied minors

Authors Daniel Hedlund
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
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8 Journal Article

Improving the quality of Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers' Guardianship and Care in Central European Countries

Description
The overall objective of this project is to contribute towards the enhancement of the quality of guardianship and harmonization and standardization of the overall assistance and care provided to unaccompanied minor asylum seekers (UAMAS) in Central European countries in line with the EU Action Plan on Unaccompanied Minors, the relevant EU directives and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Year 2011
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Legislators' perceptions of unaccompanied children seeking asylum

Authors Daniel Hedlund, AC Cederborg
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
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10 Journal Article

Unaccompanied immigrant minors in the Canary Islands: A legal approach

Authors El Observatorio de la Inmigración de Tenerife (OBITen)
Description
The Canary Islands have received significant numbers of unaccompanied minors, especially during 2006. This pheno-menon has resulted in the need to develop an appropriate policy response across the Spanish State and the European Union. The proposals to establish special protected status for unaccompanied migrant children have generated con-siderable controversy within the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, since it has assumed competence for taking the necessary measures for the protection of minors within its territory. This paper provides an overview of the relevant legislation and policies on reception, return and integration applicable to unaccompanied minors, analysing the difficulties that policymakers must take into account as they address the phenomenon of child migration
Year 2012
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Legislators' perceptions of unaccompanied children seeking asylum

Authors Daniel Hedlund, AC Cederborg
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
Citations (WoS) 5
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12 Journal Article

Unaccompanied immigrant minors in the Canary Islands: A legal approach

Authors El Observatorio de la Inmigración de Tenerife (OBITen)
Description
The Canary Islands have received significant numbers of unaccompanied minors, especially during 2006. This pheno-menon has resulted in the need to develop an appropriate policy response across the Spanish State and the European Union. The proposals to establish special protected status for unaccompanied migrant children have generated con-siderable controversy within the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, since it has assumed competence for taking the necessary measures for the protection of minors within its territory. This paper provides an overview of the relevant legislation and policies on reception, return and integration applicable to unaccompanied minors, analysing the difficulties that policymakers must take into account as they address the phenomenon of child migration
Year 2012
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Unaccompanied immigrant minors in the Canary Islands: A legal approach

Authors El Observatorio de la Inmigración de Tenerife (OBITen)
Description
The Canary Islands have received significant numbers of unaccompanied minors, especially during 2006. This pheno-menon has resulted in the need to develop an appropriate policy response across the Spanish State and the European Union. The proposals to establish special protected status for unaccompanied migrant children have generated con-siderable controversy within the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, since it has assumed competence for taking the necessary measures for the protection of minors within its territory. This paper provides an overview of the relevant legislation and policies on reception, return and integration applicable to unaccompanied minors, analysing the difficulties that policymakers must take into account as they address the phenomenon of child migration
Year 2012
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The impact of flight experiences on the psychological wellbeing of unaccompanied refugee minors

Principal investigator Ilse Derluyn (Principal Investigator)
Description
Since early 2015, the media continuously confront us with images of refugee children drowning in the Mediterranean, surviving in appalling conditions in camps or walking across Europe. Within this group of fleeing children, a considerable number is travelling without parents, the unaccompanied refugee minors. While the media images testify to these flight experiences and their possible huge impact on unaccompanied minors’ wellbeing, there has been no systematic research to fully capture these experiences, nor their mental health impact. Equally, no evidence exists on whether the emotional impact of these flight experiences should be differentiated from the impact of the traumatic events these minors endured in their home country or from the daily stressors in the country of settlement. This project aims to fundamentally increase our knowledge of the impact of experiences during the flight in relation to past trauma and current stressors. To achieve this aim, it is essential to set up a longitudinal follow-up of a large group of unaccompanied refugee minors, whereby our study starts from different transit countries, crosses several European countries, and uses innovative methodological and mixed-methods approaches. I will hereby not only document the psychological impact these flight experiences may have, but also the way in which care and reception structures for unaccompanied minors in both transit and settlement countries can contribute to reducing this mental health impact. This proposal will fundamentally change the field of migration studies, by introducing a whole new area of study and novel methodological approaches to study these themes. Moreover, other fields, such as trauma studies, will be directly informed by the project, as also clinical, educational and social work interventions for victims of multiple trauma. Last, the findings on the impact of reception and care structures will be highly informative for policy makers and practitioners.
Year 2017
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The impact of flight experiences on the psychological wellbeing of unaccompanied refugee minors

Description
Since early 2015, the media continuously confront us with images of refugee children drowning in the Mediterranean, surviving in appalling conditions in camps or walking across Europe. Within this group of fleeing children, a considerable number is travelling without parents, the unaccompanied refugee minors. While the media images testify to these flight experiences and their possible huge impact on unaccompanied minors’ wellbeing, there has been no systematic research to fully capture these experiences, nor their mental health impact. Equally, no evidence exists on whether the emotional impact of these flight experiences should be differentiated from the impact of the traumatic events these minors endured in their home country or from the daily stressors in the country of settlement. This project aims to fundamentally increase our knowledge of the impact of experiences during the flight in relation to past trauma and current stressors. To achieve this aim, it is essential to set up a longitudinal follow-up of a large group of unaccompanied refugee minors, whereby our study starts from different transit countries, crosses several European countries, and uses innovative methodological and mixed-methods approaches. I will hereby not only document the psychological impact these flight experiences may have, but also the way in which care and reception structures for unaccompanied minors in both transit and settlement countries can contribute to reducing this mental health impact. This proposal will fundamentally change the field of migration studies, by introducing a whole new area of study and novel methodological approaches to study these themes. Moreover, other fields, such as trauma studies, will be directly informed by the project, as also clinical, educational and social work interventions for victims of multiple trauma. Last, the findings on the impact of reception and care structures will be highly informative for policy makers and practitioners.
Year 2017
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Children of the crisis: ethnographic perspectives on unaccompanied refugee youth in and en route to Europe

Authors Annika Lems, Kathrin Oester, Sabine Strasser
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 8
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17 Journal Article

Wie Alter den Unterschied macht: Klassifikationspraktiken, Zugehörigkeit und politische Subjektivität bei jungen Geflüchteten in Deutschland

Principal investigator Katharina Schramm (Principal Investigator)
Description
Was konstituiert und kennzeichnet Minder- und Volljährigkeit bei Geflüchteten? Wie macht das Alter bei ihnen einen (aufenthalts-)rechtlichen, politischen und affektiven Unterschied? Diesen beiden Hauptfragen gehen wir in unserem Projekt nach. Es gibt immer wieder heftige öffentliche Debatten zum Alter von Flüchtlingen und zu rechtsmedizinischen Altersschätzungspraktiken, bei denen u.a. Röntgenaufnahmen von Schlüsselbeinen herangezogen und die Genitalien der Jugendlichen inspiziert werden. Denn unbegleitete minderjährige Flüchtlinge haben andere Rechte als erwachsene Geflüchtete: sie haben Anspruch auf einen Platz in einer Jugendwohnung, einen Sprachkurs und schulische Ausbildung. Zugleich müssen sie den Vorgaben pädagogischer Betreuung und denen von Vormündern folgen. Vor allem haben sie andere Möglichkeiten, ihr Bleiben in Deutschland zu organisieren. So ist es beinahe unmöglich, sie abzuschieben. Im Zentrum unserer Untersuchung stehen folgende Dimensionen:1) Klassifikationsprozesse, d.h. die Hervorbringung und Ausprägung der Differenzkategorie Alter in Praktiken der Altersfestsetzung; 2) die Wirkmächtigkeit dieser Klassifikationen, d.h. altersspezifische Zugehörigkeiten, Rechte, Möglichkeiten und Einschränkungen von jungen Flüchtlingen mit dem Status "unbegleitete Minderjährige". Zur Umsetzung unserer Forschungsfragen ist eine ethnographische Langzeitstudie vorgesehen. Darin führen wir an allen wichtigen Stationen des Ankommens von jungen Geflüchteten teilnehmende Beobachtungen durch und interviewen die zentralen Akteure der verschiedenen Verfahren. Hierzu zählen die Erstaufnahme ebenso wie jugendamtliche, pädagogische und rechtsmedizinische Praktiken der Altersschätzung sowie daran geknüpfte Widerspruchsprozesse. Schließlich sollen auch Asylanhörungen beim Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge in den Blick genommen werden.Grundlegend für die oben aufgeführten Untersuchungsdimensionen ist unser Verständnis der Differenzkategorie Alter als kontingent, situativ und abhängig von spezifischen Praktiken der Hervorbringung. So können wir erforschen, welche Elemente in medizinischen, pädagogischen und bürokratischen Praxen (ir)relevant und entscheidend werden, wenn es um die Frage geht: ist ein Flüchtling minderjährig? Die Wirkmächtigkeit dieser Klassifikation untersuchen wir mit unserem Konzept von politischer Subjektivität, was sowohl Rechte und Handlungsspielräume als auch affektive Zugehörigkeit zusammen denk- und untersuchbar macht.Durch diese erste ethnographische Analyse der Hervorbringung und Wirkmächtigkeit von Alter im Migrationszusammenhang entwickelt das Projekt neue Ansatzpunkte für eine kritische Intervention in den dominanten öffentlichen Diskurs zur Altersschätzung bei jungen Flüchtlingen. Unser Projekt leistet einen theoretischen und empirischen Beitrag an der Schnittstelle von Medizinanthropologie, Wissenschafts- und Technikforschung (STS), Studien zu Flucht und Migration und der Kindheits- und Jugendforschung.
Year 2019
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Undocumented and unaccompanied: children of migration in the European Union and the United States

Authors Cecilia Menjivar, Krista M. Perreira
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 10
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19 Journal Article

Detained: foreign children in Europe

Authors Liz Fekete
Year 2007
Journal Name RACE & CLASS
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20 Journal Article

Detained: foreign children in Europe

Authors Liz Fekete
Year 2007
Journal Name RACE & CLASS
Citations (WoS) 12
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21 Journal Article

Unaccompanied Minors in Norway : Policies, Practices and Data in 2014

Authors Staver Anne, Lidén Hilde
Description
This study presents policies, practices and statistics on unaccompanied minor asylum seekers from arrival until settlement or return. It is a contribution to a comparative study by the European Migration Network.
Year 2014
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22 Report

Child migrants at the border

Authors Lourdes Torres
Year 2014
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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23 Journal Article

Migration, Displacement, and Violence: Prosecuting Romanian Street Children at the Paris Palace of Justice

Authors Susan J. Terrio
Year 2004
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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25 Journal Article

Who's Best Interests ? Exploring Unaccompanied Minor's Rights Through the Lens of Migration and Asylum Procedures

Principal investigator Mateja Sedmak (Principal Investigator), Daniel Senovilla Hernández (Investigator)
Description
The project “In whose best interest? Exploring Unaccompanied Minors’ Rights Through the Lens of Migration and Asylum Procedures (MinAs)” is a research project carried out in four European countries (Slovenia, Austria, France and United Kingdom) in the period from June 2014 to December 2015. European Commission finances the project and its main aim is to identify and recommend better procedures and protection measures for unaccompanied minors (UAM). The project examines UAMs’ reception, protection, asylum and return procedures and focuses on: 1. The concept of best interests of the child (BIC). 2. The formal processes of best interests determination (BID). The project looks at both concepts in the actual legal framework for UAM in reception, protection, asylum and return procedures in the four EU countries. Many European countries have not yet introduced best interests determination procedures into their national legislation for UAM. In these cases, lack of appropriate safeguards for UAM are most likely to be identified, leaving the possibility of (too) flexible interpretation of the child’s best interests, which in some cases may be subjected to nationalist, xenophobic and racist discourse. In order to contribute to fulfilling the national obligations set out by international law, as well as following the aims of the European Commission, the project analyses the practical, philosophical and phenomenological dimensions of the best interests of the child, which will enable a deeper understanding of the best interests of children as well providing a solid basis for proper implementation of the principle in practice.
Year 2014
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26 Project

Media Literacy for Unaccompanied Refugee Youth - A Path to Integration

Description
According to Eurostat, 2015 saw 90,000 unaccompanied minor asylum seekers register in the EU. Refugee children pose considerable policy challenges: their integration in Europe is of utmost importance. Studies show that while refugee children have IT competences, they lack the ability to make critical media choices, and make informed decisions regarding their well-being. This project builds on the IT knowledge of young refugees in order to further their integration by developing media literacy pedagogic tools. Media literacy education is essential for empowering citizenship, for gaining skills to become drivers of economic growth, and not least to prevent radicalization. Media literacy, a necessary aspect of lifelong learning, enables young people to participate civically, to overcome disadvantage and to represent marginalized and missing voices. For developing these pedagogic tools, the Fellow will first research how unaccompanied minor refugees use digital technology and social media through fieldwork carried out in 3 EU countries. In the second research phase, the Fellow will conduct participatory action research (PAR) in collaboration with an NGO which specializes in PAR with refugee youth. These results will be used to design teaching materials for youth workers and teachers. The project is unique because it brings together the disciplines of education, media literacy and migration studies for offering solutions to a matter of pressing urgency: the integration of unaccompanied minor refugees. This project will serve to widen the professional horizon of the Fellow. She will acquire specific research skills (digital ethnography, participant action research, educational tools design) and transferable skills (PhD supervision, leadership, editorial skills, managing large-scale events). The project will lay the foundations for the Fellow's long-term career goals, and she will be propelled to the forefront of media literacy research.
Year 2017
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Vocational identity development among unaccompanied refugee minors

Authors Brit Oppedal, Eugene Guribye, Jane Kroger
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 2
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28 Journal Article

Vocational identity development among unaccompanied refugee minors

Authors Brit Oppedal, Eugene Guribye, Jane Kroger
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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29 Journal Article

(Member) States’ Approaches to Unaccompanied Minors Following Status Determination (Country report Luxembourg)

Authors Ralph Petry, Adolfo Sommarribas, Kelly Adao Do Carmo, ...
Description
The legal framework in Luxembourg does not provide a specific legal status for unaccompanied minors (hereafter UAM), which is why the large majority of them apply for international protection. This allows them to stay in the country and to benefit from social and legal assistance, as well as from accommodation. Cases of UAMs presumed or identified victims of human trafficking are rare in Luxembourg. Overall, specific legal frameworks exist according to the status of the UAM: The Law on Asylum, the Law on Immigration and the Law on victims of trafficking in human beings. This framework is completed by general provisions of the Youth Protection Law, which applies to all minors independent of their immigration or legal status. Until the influx of applicants for international protection in 2015 and 2016, the phenomenon of unaccompanied minors has been relatively small in Luxembourg. Particularly 2015 was marked by a high number of UAMs applying for international protection, with 102 introductions of applications compared to 31 applications in 2014. Since, the number of applications has stabilised over the last two years, with 51 applications in 2016 and 50 applications in 2017. In 2015, Afghanistan and Albania were the leading countries of origin of UAMs. In 2016, Afghanistan was still the leading country of origin, followed by Morocco. In 2017, the profiles of the UAMs changed again, with Albania and Morocco as leading countries of origin. In Luxembourg, UAMs are predominantly boys and a large majority is close to the age of majority, or have already reached the age of majority, when a final decision on their application for international protection is issued. However, the Directorate of Immigration reported that they were confronted with a new phenomenon in 2017, namely the arrival of very young UAMs aged between 12 and 14. Every UAM, whether s/he files an application for international protection or not, will be assigned an ad-hoc administrator as soon as possible in order to assist him/her in all legal proceedings. In addition to the designation of an ad-hoc administrator, the organisations that accommodate the UAMs applying for international protection usually request the guardianship (either institutional or personal guardianship) of the UAM who has introduced his application. Different from the ad-hoc administrator, the guardian is assisting and supporting the UAM in all daily life affairs, such as social guidance, integration, education, medical care, acquisition of language skills, leisure activities, etc. In regard to education, the overall aim in Luxembourg is to integrate migrant children, independent of their immigration status, into the general educational system as soon as possible. The latter has experienced a diversification of its offer with a number of specialised measures and services. Together with leisure and extracurricular activities, school is considered to be one of the main contributors to the overall well-being and integration of UAMs into the Luxembourgish society. There are no integration measures that specifically target UAMs. There are no specific transition measures or procedures for UAMs who are approaching their majority, neither in regard to the accommodation and guardianship arrangements, nor in the general context of integration. The organisations responsible for the accommodation and care of the UAMs provide them with a supervision and support according to their specific individual needs. This is also true for the respective legal framework of the UAM, including eventual extensions of residence permits. The return of UAMs is considered to be rare in the Luxembourgish context. As mentioned earlier, this is related to the fact that the large majority of UAMs applying for international protection are close to the age of majority or have already reached majority when a final decision on their application is issued. Furthermore, although foreseen by the Immigration Law, Luxembourg does not carry out forced returns of persons considered to be unaccompanied minors. The International Organisation for Migration (IOM), responsible for (assisted) voluntary returns, reported that they have approximately one voluntary return of an UAM every two years. In 2017, following the recommendation of the evaluation of the Schengen acquis in the area of return in Luxembourg, the government adopted the creation of a new commission with the function of assessing the best interest of the child in the context of return of UAMs. This commission entered into force at the beginning of 2018 and is composed of members of the prosecution service, the National Childhood Office (ONE), the Luxembourg Reception and Integration Agency (OLAI), and finally the Directorate of Immigration, which is chairing the commission. In addition, the ad-hoc administrator is invited to attend the commission meeting for the minor s/he represents. Based on the elements of his/her application, an individual opinion assessing the best interest of the child, in the context of his/her return, will be given for each minor. One of the major reported challenges is the appointment of legal representatives of UAMs (ad-hoc administrator and guardian), as well as the lack of precision of the legal provisions in this context. In the context of return, the Directorate of Immigration reported that they are faced with challenges in regard to getting in contact with the respective countries of origin as well as in regard to cases of applicants not telling the truth. One of the main good practices that has been identified by a number of stakeholders are the new care and accommodation arrangements, allowing to house UAMs in specifically dedicated reception facilities with a 24/7 supervision, depending on the availability of these facilities. In the same context, it was reported that it is of great importance to provide the minors with an environment of trust and support, to listen to them and to reassure them in order to be able to understand their current situation. Particularly the approach of supporting them in elaborating a life plan or life project (“projet de vie”) is considered as being very important for the stability and general well-being as well as for the integration of the UAMs. In addition, it is also important to support them in other matters of integration, such as education, acquisition of language skills, extracurricular activities, etc. In the context of return, Directorate of Immigration reported the newly concluded agreement with IOM in order to conduct family assessments of UAMs in the countries of origin as a good practice. On the one hand, this assessment is one element that will be taken into consideration in the examination of the application of the minor. On the other hand, it helps in assessing the best interest of the child in the event of a return if the application is rejected.
Year 2018
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Moving forward: Educational outcomes for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors (URM) exiting foster care in the United States

Authors Thomas M. Crea, Jodi Berger Cardoso, Dawnya Underwood, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 4
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31 Journal Article

Moving forward: Educational outcomes for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors (URM) exiting foster care in the United States

Authors Thomas M. Crea, Jodi Berger Cardoso, Dawnya Underwood, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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32 Journal Article

Unaccompanied minor asylum seekers in the Netherlands. Choice or chance?

Authors Research and Documentation Centre, Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security, Sanne Noyon, Monika Smit, ...
Description
Worldwide, many migrants leave their countries in search of safety and internation- al protection. In 2015, the number of asylum seekers in Europe reached a peak. Among them were unaccompanied minor asylum seekers (UMAs). The current study aimed to shed light on the push and pull factors that played a role in the flight of the UMAs who arrived in the Netherlands in 2015, to understand the processes through which these minors ultimately ended up in this country, their expectations regarding the intended destination, if any, and their satisfaction with life in the Netherlands – topics about which little is known so far.
Year 2018
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33 Report

The “Lost Boys” of Sudan: Use of Health Services and Functional Health Outcomes of Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Resettled in the U.S.

Authors Paul L. Geltman, Wanda Grant-Knight, Heidi Ellis, ...
Year 2008
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 21
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35 Journal Article

The border event in the everyday: hope and constraints in the lives of young unaccompanied asylum seekers in Turkey

Authors Sabine Strasser, Eda Elif Tibet
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 3
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36 Journal Article

Different perspectives on emotional and behavioural problems in unaccompanied refugee children and adolescents

Authors Ilse Derluyn, Eric Broekaert
Year 2007
Journal Name ETHNICITY & HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 89
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37 Journal Article

Different perspectives on emotional and behavioural problems in unaccompanied refugee children and adolescents

Authors Ilse Derluyn, Eric Broekaert
Year 2007
Journal Name ETHNICITY & HEALTH
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38 Journal Article

SUMMIT: Safeguarding Unaccompanied Migrant Minors from going Missing by Identifying Best Practices and Training Actors on Interagency Cooperation

Description
SUMMIT addresses how the issue of the disappearance of an unaccompanied child is tackled in different Member States and promotes successful strategies and behaviours related to the prevention and response to these disappearances. The project specifically looked at combining the experience of both the actors which primarily deal with the care of unaccompanied children and those which focus on disappearances of children, including law enforcement and hotlines for missing children, and from that combination examine how to cooperate better and on what issues.
Year 2014
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39 Project

Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children: Whose perspective?

Authors Ulrika Wernesjo
Year 2012
Journal Name CHILDHOOD-A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF CHILD RESEARCH
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40 Journal Article

8 NGOs in 11 States: 8 NGOs for migrants/refugees' health needs in 11 countries

Description
Eight NGOs will support the health authorities of 11 Member States (BE, BG, DE, EL, ES, FR, HR, IT, NO, SE, SI) in providing adequate and accessible health services to newly arrived migrants with a specific focus on children, unaccompanied minors and pregnant women. Where needed, flexible and adaptive mobile health surveillance and response units will identify arrival and transit locations and provide general health assessments. Individual mental and physical health assessments will be conducted using the standardized personal health record developed by IOM and DG SANTE. Migrants will receive a health booklet to facilitate referrals to adequate and accessible primary healthcare (including vaccinations). Psychosocial support and preventative care will also be delivered. Depending on the rapidly changing context, and as long as adequate patient privacy can be ensured, actions will take place in mobile units, in temporary ‘clinics’ or in already existing centres run by the partner organizations or one of their associate local partners. Wherever possible, access to national health systems will be supported through social and health mediation activities and the provision of information on migrants’ rights to access care.
Year 2016
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41 Project

Refugee and Migrant Children- Including Unaccompanied and Separated Children - in the EU

Description
IOM-UNHCR-UNICEF Interagency Factsheet on Refugee and Migrant Children (including unaccompanied and separated children) compiles available data on children on the move in Europe. It provides overview of trends (quarterly and annual) in regards to overall arrivals to Europe, number of asylum claims, relocations, nationality breakdown of children, information about accompanied and unaccompanied and separated children, protection concerns, reception conditions. The factsheet is accessible on pdf reports under the "Data Products" section on the page "Latest on the refugee and migrant crisis" of UNICEF
Year 2016
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42 Data Set

Smuggled and Trafficked Unaccompanied Minors: Towards a Coherent, Protection-Based Approach in International Law

Authors Joseph Lelliott
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFUGEE LAW
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43 Journal Article

PRUMA: Promoting Family Reunification and transfer of Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers (UMASs) under the Dublin Regulation

Description
The PRUMA project aimed at promoting the efficient and safe family reunification of unaccompanied minor asylum seekers (hereinafter UMASs), tried to address procedural gaps by developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). In addition, based on the experience and insights gathered throughout the project implementation, IOM drafted some shared recommendations with main stakeholders, trying to overcome the shortcomings and red tapes that can make the overall family reunification process too complex and lengthy for the applicants, while ensuring respect for the best interests of the child.
Year 2014
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44 Project

REFUGEE YOUTH WHO ARRIVED IN SWEDEN AS UNACCOMPANIED MINORS AND SEPARATED CHILDREN: Education and Labour Market Well-being

Authors Aycan Celikaksoy, Eskil Wadensjoe
Year 2019
Journal Name NORDIC JOURNAL OF MIGRATION RESEARCH
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45 Journal Article

Integration of unaccompanied migrant youth in the United States: a call for research

Authors Jodi Berger Cardoso, Kalina Brabeck, Dennis Stinchcomb, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 7
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46 Journal Article

statistical data from the greek ministry of migration policy

Description
Statistical data of the Greek Asylum Service: asylum applications by gender and age ranges, region of registration and country of origin, first instance procedure, unaccompanied minors; pending applications, appeals; relocation; Dublin
Year 2013
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47 Data Set

Unaccompanied Young Migrants from Africa: The Case of Mauritania

Authors Fabienne Tanon, Abdoulaye Sow
Year 2013
Journal Name ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
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48 Journal Article

Classed Landscapes of Care and Belonging: Guardianships of Unaccompanied Minors

Authors Katrien De Graeve
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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49 Journal Article

Classed Landscapes of Care and Belonging: Guardianships of Unaccompanied Minors

Authors Katrien De Graeve
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 5
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50 Journal Article

¿Migrantes o Refugiados? La crisis humanitaria de menores no acompañados que México y Estados Unidos no reconocen

Authors Ruth Elizabeth Prado Pérez
Year 2017
Journal Name Revista Internacional de Estudios Migratorios (RIEM)
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51 Journal Article

Chinese Difference and Deservingness: The Paper Lives of Young Migrants

Authors Michele L. Statz
Year 2016
Journal Name AMERICAN BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST
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52 Journal Article

DACA and the Surge in Unaccompanied Minors at the US-Mexico Border

Authors C Amuedo-Dorantes, Thitima Puttitanun
Year 2016
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 2
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53 Journal Article

DACA and the Surge in Unaccompanied Minors at the US-Mexico Border

Authors C Amuedo-Dorantes, Thitima Puttitanun
Year 2016
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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54 Journal Article

Unpredictability, Invisibility and Vulnerability: Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Minors' Journeys to Australia

Authors Mariana Nardone, Ignacio Correa-Velez
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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55 Journal Article

Unaccompanied Foreign Minors: Life projects of young Africans in the Canary Islands

Authors El Observatorio de la Inmigración de Tenerife (OBITen)
Description
The intensification of irregular African immigration in the Canary Islands resulted in the arrival of thousands of unaccompanied fo-reign minors (MENA in Spanish: Menores Extranjeros No Acompa-ñados), reaching a peak of maximum intensity in 2006 during the so-called “cayuco crisis”. This population of immigrants under the age of 18 is under the tutelage of the government of the Canary Islands and is placed in specific reception centers for foreign mi-nors (CAME in Spanish: Centro de Acogida para Menores Extran-jeros). The paper presents the methodology and main results of a research project, implemented by the author for the Observatory of Immigration in Tenerife (OBITen), about what these young Africans experienced when turned into Unaccompanied Foreign Minors by an administrative process whose aim is to protect them as vulne-rable persons.The project fieldwork included in-depth interviews with immigrant minors and experts. Additionally we carried out semi-structured interviews with professionals linked to the development and edu-cation of the unaccompanied foreign minors. We also organized focus groups with the resident Canary Islands population.The results we obtained reveal shortcomings in several areas: in the personal and emotional experience this process supposes for the migrants, in the area of administration and management and, particularly, concerning the transition from the condition of unac-companied foreign minor to the status of adult immigrant.
Year 2012
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56 Report

Unpredictability, Invisibility and Vulnerability: Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Minors' Journeys to Australia

Authors Mariana Nardone, Ignacio Correa-Velez
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 7
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57 Journal Article

Transitions, capabilities and wellbeing: how Afghan unaccompanied young people experience becoming 'adult' in the UK and beyond

Authors Elaine Chase
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 1
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58 Journal Article

Unaccompanied Children at the United States Border, a Human Rights Crisis that can be Addressed with Policy Change

Authors Janna Ataiants, Mariana Chilton, Chari Cohen, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 5
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59 Journal Article

UNACCOMPANIED STATUS AS A RISK FACTOR IN VIETNAMESE AMERASIANS

Authors RS MCKELVEY, JA WEBB
Year 1995
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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60 Journal Article

Accelerated removals: the human cost of EU deportation policies

Authors Liz Fekete
Year 2011
Journal Name RACE & CLASS
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61 Journal Article

Accelerated removals: the human cost of EU deportation policies

Authors Liz Fekete
Year 2011
Journal Name RACE & CLASS
Citations (WoS) 19
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62 Journal Article

FRA’s regular overviews of migration-related fundamental rights concerns

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In view of the increased numbers of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants entering the EU, FRA publishes monthly reports highlighting key developments about the fundamental rights situation of people arriving in selected EU Member States (up to 14 Member States, including AT, BG, DE, DK, EL, ES, FI FR, HU, IT, NL, PL, SE, SK). The monthly overviews are published as of January 2016 and include a focus section on a particular topic of concern each month, e.g. hate crime, unaccompanied children, family reunification, etc. FRA published weekly overviews encompassing a period of eight weeks from September to November 2015. From January 2016 FRA is publishing monthly updates that cover a variety of different issues, including: - initial registration and asylum applications, with particular attention to the situation of vulnerable people - criminal proceedings initiated for offences related to irregular border crossing - child protection - reception conditions for new arrivals, focusing on the situation of children and other vulnerable people - access to healthcare - public response such as rallies of support, humanitarian assistance or voluntary work - racist incidents such as demonstrations, online hate speech or hate crime.
Year 2016
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63 Data Set

Unaccompanied minors, migration control and human rights at the EU's southern border: The role and limits of civil society activism

Authors Roxana Barbulescu, Jean Grugel
Year 2016
Journal Name MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 4
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64 Journal Article

South Sudanese Diaspora Children: Contested Notions of Childhood, Uprootedness, and Belonging Among Young Refugees in the U.S.

Authors Marisa O. Ensor
Book Title Contested Childhoods: Growing up in Migrancy
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65 Book Chapter

Between Control and Support. The Protection of Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers at Risk: The Dutch Case

Authors Moira Galloway, Monika Smit, Mariska Kromhout
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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66 Journal Article

Between Control and Support. The Protection of Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers at Risk: The Dutch Case

Authors Moira Galloway, Monika Smit, Mariska Kromhout
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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67 Journal Article

Unaccompanied Children at the United States Border, a Human Rights Crisis that can be Addressed with Policy Change

Authors Janna Ataiants, Mariana Chilton, Chari Cohen, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
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68 Journal Article

Seeing the Relationship between the UNCRC and the Asylum System through the Eyes of Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children and Young People

Authors Helen Connolly
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHILDRENS RIGHTS
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69 Journal Article

Structure and Agency in Swedish Municipalities' Reception of Unaccompanied Minors

Authors Gustav Liden, Jon Nyhlen
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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70 Journal Article

Structure and Agency in Swedish Municipalities' Reception of Unaccompanied Minors

Authors Gustav Liden, Jon Nyhlen
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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71 Journal Article

Leaving Care: Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Young Afghans Facing Return

Authors Kim Robinson, Lucy Williams
Year 2015
Journal Name REFUGE
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72 Journal Article

Whose child am I? Unaccompanied, undocumented children in U.S. immigration custody

Authors Hannah Noel, Hannah Noel
Year 2017
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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73 Journal Article

MyHealth: MyHealth

Description
aims to improve healthcare access for vulnerable migrants and refugees, in particular women and unaccompanied minors, who have recently arrived in Europe. To this end the project partners, which include universities, research institutes and charities from seven EU countries, will develop and implement models to engage vulnerable migrants and refugees in their health through community empowerment and learning.
Year 2017
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75 Project

Assessing Parental Fitness and Care for Unaccompanied Children

Authors Lauren Heidbrink
Year 2017
Journal Name RSF-THE RUSSELL SAGE JOURNAL OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
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76 Journal Article

'Colour-evasiveness' and racism without race: the disablement of asylum-seeking children at the edge of fortress Europe

Authors Valentina Migliarini
Year 2018
Journal Name RACE ETHNICITY AND EDUCATION
Citations (WoS) 2
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77 Journal Article

Imageries of family and nation: A comparative analysis of transnational adoption and care for unaccompanied minors in Belgium

Authors Katrien De Graeve, Christof Bex
Year 2016
Journal Name CHILDHOOD-A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF CHILD RESEARCH
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79 Journal Article

Age is Just a Number? Supporting Migrant Young People with Precarious Legal Status in the UK

Authors Devyani Prabhat, Ann Singleton, Robbie Eyles
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHILDRENS RIGHTS
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80 Journal Article

The Causes of Mistrust amongst Asylum Seekers and Refugees: Insights from Research with Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Minors Living in the Republic of Ireland

Authors Muireann Ni Raghallaigh
Year 2014
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 28
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81 Journal Article

The CRC of Unaccompanied Asylum Seekers in Finland

Authors Mervi Kaukko
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHILDRENS RIGHTS
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82 Journal Article

A report from the field Latina/o youth, JROTC and ethnographic practice

Authors Gina M. Perez
Year 2015
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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83 Journal Article

Unaccompanied Children Seeking Asylum in the UK: From Centres of Concentration to a Better Holding Environment

Authors Jo Wilding
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFUGEE LAW
Citations (WoS) 1
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84 Journal Article

Levekår i mottak for enslige mindreårige asylsøkere

Authors Hilde Lidén, Kjetil Eide, Knut Nilsen, ...
Description
Enslige mindreårige asylsøkere utgjør en særlig sårbar gruppe migranter. Rapporten drøfter levekår på mottak formindreårige over 15 år som er under utlendingsmyndighetenes (UDI) ansvar. Arbeidet er utført på oppdrag av UDI. Det er undersøkt levekår på følgende områder: boforhold, omsorg, helse, kosthold, tilgang til sosialt nettverk og aktivitetstilbud. Hjelpevergenes involvering og tilgang til skole, helsetjeneste og lokalt barnevern er også vurdert. Undersøkelsen består av en kartleggingsundersøkelse og feltstudier ved seks mottak. Det ble brukt PhotoVoice som metode i intervju av 30 ungdommer. I tillegg er mottaksansatte og deres samarbeidspartnere i velferdstjenesten intervjuet. Rapporten inneholder dessuten en litteraturgjennomgang av forskning som berører omsorgsbehov og -utøvelse for enslige mindreårige flyktninger. Ungdommene kan deles inn i en majoritet med kort opphold på tre til fem måneder og en mindre gruppe av lengeværendebeboere. Rapporten konkluderer med at det er særlig livssituasjonen for de lengeværende som må forbedres og kommer med en rekke anbefalinger for å bedre forholdene for denne gruppen asylsøkere. Det foreslås å lovregulere mottaksforhold; etablere en uavhengig tilsynsordning; opprette basismottak og desentraliserte enheter, øke bemanning og kompetanse, innføre norm for bostandard; styrke omsorgsarbeidet for lengeværende beboere. Det anbefales rett til grunnskoleopplæring for de over 16 år og styrket innsats og samarbeid ved forsvinninger og ved bekymring for menneskehandel. Det må også sikres at alle mindreårige får tilstrekkelig bistand av verger.
Year 2013
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85 Report

Unaccompanied minors from the Northern Central American countries in the migrant stream: social differentials and institutional contexts

Authors Nestor Rodriguez, Ximena Urrutia-Rojas, Luis Raul Gonzalez
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 1
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86 Journal Article

Asylum Information Database (AIDA)

Description
The Asylum Information Database (AIDA) is a database containing information on asylum procedures, reception conditions and detention across 20 countries. This includes 17 European Union (EU) Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Germany, Spain, France, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, United Kingdom) and 3 non-EU countries (Switzerland, Serbia, Turkey). Country and annual reports, legal briefings and video testimonies of asylum seekers; conduct fact-finding missions to further investigate important protection gaps established through the country reports. The website also allows for a comparison of different types of data related to the asylum procedure, reception conditions and detention among up to three countries. AIDA started as a project (September 2012 – December 2015) of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE), in partnership with Forum Réfugiés-Cosi, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and the Irish Refugee Council, and is now developing into a core research and documentation activity of ECRE. The overall goal of the database is to contribute to the improvement of asylum policies and practices in Europe and the situation of asylum seekers by providing all relevant actors with appropriate tools and information to support their advocacy and litigation efforts, both at the national and European level. These objectives are carried out by AIDA through the following activities: - Country reports - AIDA contains national reports documenting asylum procedures, reception conditions and detention in 20 countries. - Comparative reports - AIDA comparative reports provide a thorough comparative analysis of practice relating to the implementation of asylum standards across the countries covered by the database, in addition to an overview of statistical asylum trends and a discussion of key developments in asylum and migration policies in Europe. Annual reports were published in 2013, 2014 and 2015. This year, AIDA comparative reports are published in the form of thematic updates, focusing on the individual themes covered by the database. Thematic reports on reception and asylum procedures were published in March and September 2016 respectively. - Fact-finding visits - AIDA includes the development of fact-finding visits to further investigate important protection gaps established through the country reports, and a methodological framework for such missions. Focus on the reception conditions; transit zone at borders and on issues relating to asylum detention and the criminalisation of irregular entry; looking at registration and the unavailability of accommodation as barriers to access the asylum procedure. - Legal briefings - Legal briefings aim to bridge AIDA research with evidence-based legal reasoning and advocacy. With the assistance of information gathered from country reports, these short papers identify and analyse key issues in EU asylum law and policy and identify potential protection gaps in the asylum acquis. Legal briefings so far cover: (1) Dublin detention; (2) asylum statistics; (3) safe countries of origin; (4) procedural rights in detention; (5) age assessment of unaccompanied children; (6) residence permits for beneficiaries of international protection; and (7) the length of asylum procedures.
Year 2012
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87 Data Set

The aspirations of Afghan unaccompanied refugee minors before departure and on arrival in the host country

Authors Marianne Vervliet, Ilse Derluyn, Eric Broekaert, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name CHILDHOOD-A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF CHILD RESEARCH
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88 Journal Article

Outsourcing the 'best interests' of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in the era of austerity

Authors Rachel Humphris, Nando Sigona
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 10
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89 Journal Article

Undocumented youth in limbo: the impact of America's immigration enforcement policy on juvenile deportations

Authors C Amuedo-Dorantes, Thitima Puttitanun
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF POPULATION ECONOMICS
Citations (WoS) 1
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90 Journal Article

Pre-flight experiences and migration stories: the accounts of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children

Authors Peter E. Hopkins, Malcolm Hill
Year 2008
Journal Name Children's Geographies
Citations (WoS) 55
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91 Journal Article

Leaving family behind: Understanding the irregular migration of unaccompanied asylum-seeking minors

Authors I. Correa-Velez, M. Nardone, K. Knoetze
Year 2017
Book Title A long way to go: Irregular Migration Patterns, Processes, Drivers and Decision-Making
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92 Book Chapter

A report from the field Latina/o youth, JROTC and ethnographic practice

Authors Gina M. Perez
Year 2015
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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93 Journal Article

Children, adults or both? Negotiating adult minors and interests in a state care facility in Malta

Authors Laura Otto
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 4
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94 Journal Article

Experiences and reflections of Somali unaccompanied girls on their first years in Sweden: a follow-up study after two decades

Authors Magdalena Bjerneld, Soorej Jose Puthoopparambil, Nima Ismail
Year 2018
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
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95 Journal Article

Experiences and reflections of Somali unaccompanied girls on their first years in Sweden: a follow-up study after two decades

Authors Magdalena Bjerneld, Soorej Jose Puthoopparambil, Nima Ismail
Year 2018
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
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96 Journal Article

Unaccompanied young adult refugees in Sweden, experiences of their life situation and well-being: A qualitative follow-up study

Authors AM Wallin, GI Ahlstrom
Year 2005
Journal Name ETHNICITY & HEALTH
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97 Journal Article

High HIV Prevalence among Asylum Seekers Who Gave Birth in the Netherlands: A Nationwide Study Based on Antenatal HIV Tests

Authors Simone Goosen, Christian J. P. A. Hoebe, Anton E. Kunst, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name PLOS ONE
Citations (WoS) 7
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98 Journal Article

Unaccompanied minors: Immigrant youth, school choice, and the pursuit of equity

Authors Esther Maria Claros Berlioz, Esther Maria Claros Berlioz
Year 2017
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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99 Journal Article

An exploratory study of cross-cultural adaptation of adolescent Taiwanese unaccompanied sojourners in Canada

Authors BCH Kuo, G Roysircar
Year 2006
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 43
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100 Journal Article
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