Training Needs Analysis and Good Practices Report on Safeguarding Unaccompanied and Separated Refugee and Migrant Children’s Rights through the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

The report aims to identify and analyse good practices and training needs with regard to protecting migrant children’s rights in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Romania.

It has been developed by a team of international experts within the SUN project - Safeguarding Unaccompanied and Separated Children’s Rights through the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (CFREU).

The report was designed as a useful tool for social workers and professionals working with migrant children and youth.  It addresses national legislation concerning migrant children rights, identifies obstacles and challenges, training needs and good practices in the six countries, and formulates key recommendations with the aim of ensuring the safeguarding, well-being, and integration of unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children across the EU countries.

80 professionals and practitioners working with migrant children were interviewed with the purpose of collecting information for this report. Additionally, 57 migrant children’s opinions were taken into consideration to compile this report.

The content of this document represents only the views of the team of experts that developed it and is their sole responsibility. The European Commission does not accept any responsibility for use that may be made of the information contained in the report. The SUN project is funded by the “Citizens, Rights and Values” Program of the European Commission. Project Number: 101084990.

SUN project partners: Gruppo Volontarius , Foundation for Access to Rights FAR Фондация за достъп до права ФАР, Comissió Catalana d' Acció pel Refugi, ARSIS - Association for the Social Support of Youth, Sirius Network, Nidos (Netherlands),  Terre des hommes Romania

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