child refugees

Every child fleeing war or persecution should have the same opportunities that I have, and the same right to safety.
Ex-child refugee Lord Dubs calls on MPs to "show what they're made of" and back his amendment on in the Commons on Wednesday.
Exclusive: Twelve councils write to the prime minister ahead of crunch Lords vote on family reunion for lone child refugees after Brexit.
Some have come from war-torn countries, surviving bloodshed and losing their loved ones – where is our compassion, journalist Tasnim Nazeer writes
Camilla Thurlow spoke to Lord Dubs ahead of the High Court ruling on resettling more unaccompanied child refugees in the UK under the Dubs Amendment.
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Up until recently migration was not such a loaded word. It represented movement, opportunity, adventure. There was nothing
One child moving is one child too many and this is why ahead of the G7 summit in Italy next week, Unicef is calling on governments to adopt a six-point agenda for action to protect these children and ensure their well-being.
We must not buckle under hateful rhetoric. We must remain clear-headed enough to examine the facts and not to lose our values of equality and humanity. We must instead stand together. We must continue to see children as children, worthy of protection at all costs.
Emran is an 11-year-old Afghan boy. He's speaks near perfect English. We're walking along a busy road in Central Europe, lined with seedy sex shops, dilapidated eateries and a grimy bus terminal. I'm filming him for a Channel 4 documentary - War Child - and he's been questioning me on the finer points of British culture for the past hour.