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Facts & Figures whole of Syria : End of the year 2018

UN Children's Fund UNICEF, Eds.: UNICEF , (2019)

Youth and adolescents representing over 30 per cent of the entire population, struggled to access learning opportunities, vocations or to have meaningful engagement in their communities. Many adolescents had no access to schooling during the height of the crisis and are now unable to return to school and are in desesperate need of alternative pathways.

Bericht über die Situation unbegleiteter ausländischer Minderjähriger in Deutschland

Deutscher Bundestag, (2018)

Die befragten Jugendämter und Fachverbände schildern laut des Berichts einerseits einen guten Ablauf des Verteilverfahrens. Zugleich dokumentiert der Bericht, dass junge Menschen sich der Verteilung noch immer entziehen, untertauchen und sich eigenständig zu Freunden und Verwandten oder in städtische Ballungsgebiete begeben. Angaben zur steigenden alltagsrelevanten psychischen Belastung aufgrund von traumatischen Erfahrungen im Herkunftsland und während der Flucht bestätigen auch die Ergebnisse der Online-Befragung durch den Bundesfachverband vom Herbst 2017.

Gesundheit von Geflüchteten in Deutschland – Ergebnisse einer Befragung von Schutzsuchenden aus Syrien, Irak und Afghanistan

Helmut Schröder, Klaus Zok, Frank Faulbaum, Eds.: Wissenschaftliches Institut der AOK, (2018)

Rund drei Viertel der in Deutschland lebenden Flüchtlinge aus Syrien, dem Irak und Afghanistan sind nach Gewalterlebnissen traumatisiert.

The Condition of the Girl Child worldwide - Fifth Edition

Indefes - Terre des Hommes, (2016)

In the last five years, i.e. how old turned the Campaign “Indifesa” (Defenceless) in 2016, that was launched by Terre des Hommes in 2012, the world has become smaller. One can actually say that the derangements following the Arab Spring in 2011 reshuffled what is stable and what produces instability; between those, who live in a peaceful world, and those, who try to survive in areas affected by violence. All that significantly reduced the distance between those, who live there, along the Mediterranean cost, and those, who live here. Such deep disorder made even more acute, visible and tangible also for the so called developed world all the serious violations of the human rights suffered by little girls and girls: on the one hand the widespread political instability and violence made even more precarious the little girls and young women’s conditions on the Mediterranean southern coast, where they were already fragile; and on the other hand the migration flows further worsened them, matching at the same time the conditions of those young and very young migrants to those of the European girls of the same age.

The UCL–Lancet Commission on Migration and Health: the health of a world on the move

Ibrahim Abubakar, Robert W Aldridge, Delan Devakumar, et al., Eds.: The Lancet, (2018)

The UCL–Lancet Commission on Migration and Health steps into this political debate to provide evidence for cooperation and action on what is one of the most pressing issues of the 21st century. The Commission’s foundation is that migration and health are inextricably linked—and key to sustainable development. It provides a framework of migration as a dynamic process, providing evidence of the multiple factors that could be beneficial or detrimental to individuals and systems along the migration journey—at origin, transit, destination, and return. It documents the devastating impacts of forced migration, especially on girls and women, but also the overall benefits to the health of individuals and populations that migration generates. It lays out a research agenda to better ensure the health of migrants. Using the lens of health the Commission shows that migration policies can be both ethical and feasible—calling for governments, international agencies, and professionals to promote health in global mobility. Download the Comments, Videos and Articles directly from the website link!

Greece Sea Arrivals Dashboard (November 2018)

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, (2018)

So far in 2018, a total of 29,567 refugees and migrants arrived in Greece by sea. The majority are from Syria (26%), Afghanistan (26%) and Iraq (19%). More than half of the population are women (23%) and children (37%), while 40% are men

Returns from Greece to Turkey - 30 November 2017

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, (2018)

The majority of those returned to Turkey are Pakistani nationals (39 percent of total). Syrians constitute 19 percent of the total number of those returned, and are followed by Algerians, Afghans and Bangladeshis. In total, 337 Syrians have been returned to Turkey to date. 36 of them have been returned on the basis that their asylum claims were found inadmissible at 2nd instance.

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