http://avpsolutions.com/?p=1444 document GUARDIANSHIP | Guardianship for children deprived of parental care ABSTRACT, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, 2014

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see url A handbook to reinforce guardianship systems to cater for the specific needs of child victims of trafficking.

warum können deutsche männer nicht flirten pdf LEGISLATION | Care for unaccompanied and trafficked children draft regulations, Department for Education, January 2014

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follow url DfE 14 Care for unaccompanied & trafficked children consultation JAN 14.pdf

source site A consultation document with proposed regulations and statutory guidance for local authorities on the care of unaccompanied asylum seeking and trafficked children.  These will, for the first time, require that a child's status as an unaccompanied or trafficked child be recorded in their care plan and considered in their assessment of needs.  The consultation closes on 25 March 2014.

dumb & dumberer quand harry rencontre sally uptobox pdf LEGISLATION | Consultation on the draft regulations and statutory guidance for local authorities on the care of unaccompanied asylum seeking & trafficked children: Government response, Department for Education, July 2014

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DfE 14 Consultation on the care of unaccompanied asylum seeking & trafficked children JUL 14.pdf

This document summarises the results of a consultation on proposed new regulations and accompanying statutory guidance regarding the planning and provision of care for unaccompanied and trafficked children who are looked after by a local authority in England.

site de rencontre czech document MISSING FROM CARE | Heading back to harm: A study on trafficked and unaccompanied children going missing from care in the UK ABSTRACT, ECPAT UK, November 2016

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ECPAT 16 Heading back to harm ABSTRACT NOV 16.docx

This abstract details a report which found that trafficked and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children are going missing from UK care at an “alarmingly high” rate according to leading charities ECPAT UK and Missing People.

go site document POLICY | Policies and Practices on Unaccompanied Minors in Ireland ABSTRACT, European Migration Network Ireland, November 2014

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EMN 14 Policies and Practices on Unaccompanied Minors in Ireland ABSTRACT NOV 14.docx

This abstract details a report which explores the policies and practices in place in Ireland regarding non-EU unaccompanied minors. Unaccompanied minors are defined as children aged under 18 years who are not in the care of, or accompanied by, a responsible adult.

source site pdf SEPARATED CHILDREN | Separated children and child trafficking in Northern Ireland, Barnardo's, 2011

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BAR 11 Separated children & child trafficking in NI Policy & Practice briefing BARNARDOS NSCPCC SEP 11.pdf

Several UK-wide police operations have led to a number of arrests for human trafficking in recent years. Research suggests women and children are being trafficked into Northern Ireland (Martynowicz et al, 2009; Geraghty et al, 2010) and there is evidence that human traffickers are using Belfast International Airport as a port of entry to the UK (DHSSPS/PSNI, 2011). Some media reports state Northern Ireland has been identified as a key gateway for criminal gangs involved in people trafficking to the Republic of Ireland.  Concerns about increased numbers of separated children and child trafficking in Northern Ireland have also been expressed by various agencies working with asylum seekers and children.

In response, NSPCC NI and Barnardo's NI have undertaken a preliminary scoping study (2009-2011) to ascertain the incidence of separated children and child trafficking in Northern Ireland. This briefing paper highlights the key findings and associated issues.

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