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20 июня по случаю Всемирного дня беженцев в Ташкенте состоялось заседание круглого стола по изучению влияния миграции на детей. Исследование проводилось в рамках финансируемого ЕС проекта «Защита детей, затронутых миграцией, в Южной, Юго-Восточной и Центральной Азии», который реализуется ЮНИСЕФ в 8 странах. Общая цель этого 42-месячного Проекта состоит в том, чтобы дети, затронутые миграцией, были эффективно защищены, и их права защищались в восьми странах в трех регионах.


On 20 June, on the occasion of the World Refugee Day, a roundtable meeting on the study of the impact of migration on children was held in Tashkent. The study was conducted in the framework of EU-funded project Protection of Children Affected by Migration in South, South-East and Central Asia which is implemented by UNICEF in 8 countries. The overall objective of this 42-months Project is that children affected by migration are effectively protected and their rights promoted across eight countries in three regions.


A range of communication materials and learning aids on healthy living and care-seeking behaviours were launched in Dili, Timor-Leste.

Special guest of the event Mrs. Cidália Lopez Nobre Mouzinho Guterres, the first lady of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste jointly launched these materials in the presence of the EU Ambassador Alexandre Leitão and Valerie Taton, UNICEF Representative.

"I am happy here. I came here to learn and to draw" - these are the words of 12-year-old Fatima, one of several migrant children returning to Afghanistan from Iran, now happily benefiting from UNICEF's EU-funded child friendly spaces.

At home or in our external action, whether in situations of conflict, migration, poverty, when deprived of liberty or in contact with the law, children's rights need to be protected and promoted.

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