Projects for children affected by migration

 Proiecte pentru copii afectați de migrație

In Romania, children are affected by migration in different ways: some children migrate with their parents or are left at home, while others return or come here for the first time from conflict-ridden countries. Together with our partners, we make sure that Roma migrant students are integrated into the educational system of their host countries.  To facilitate the integration of refugee children in Romania, we get them involved in educational, social and sports activities and connect them with the young people here.

4
projects about migration in 2020
30 %
is the percentage of children within the total number of migrants in Europe
250.000
of Romanian children have at least one parent abroad

Noutati

  Terre des hommes is looking for an external evaluator for the project Misto Avilean ((in romani, Welcome) Migration = Integration: Service Transfer Optimisation — MISTO” funded by the European Union, “Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020)” Please see the complete Terms of…
Terre des hommes in Romania is launching a Call for filming services for the BRIDGE project (Building Relationships through Innovative Development of Gender-Based Violence Awareness in Europe). Deadline to apply: September 11th 2020 Deadline to deliver the final product: September 30th 2020…
În luna ianuarie a fost lansat la Budapesta un proiect special din domeniul justiției juvenile, în care organizații din șapte țări sunt partenere. Astfel Terre des hommes Romania, Terre des hommes Grecia, Terre des hommes Ungaria vor lucra împreună cu Defence for Children Netherlands, Child Rights…
Last Tuesday, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck central Albania, killing 51 people. 20,000 persons, including 9000 children, are affected. Tdh has been active since 1993 in the country and was able to react immediately. Ten days after the disaster, our teams continue to provide emergency assistance…

Publicații

Migrant children and youth are especially vulnerable to social exclusion. Through the MINT Project, Terre des hommes and its partners aim to empower refugee and migrant children, as well as European youth, to engage in new integration activities. As part of this EU funded project partnership will…