The situation in Hungary
Children in Southeast Europe and the Balkans are particularly vulnerable as the fragile social and political context is put under even more strain by the refugee crisis. The numbers of children on the move, as well as unaccompanied and exploited children, have increased tremendously and social welfare professionals in the region often lack the qualifications and resources to cope with these challenges.
What we do
"Our advocacy strategy is based on close collaboration with a large number of national and European partners, but also and above all by giving a voice to the most vulnerable children and their families, whose interests are under-represented."
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Terre des hommes in Hungary
Beneficiaries in 2015
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Terre des hommes Hungary works with the Tdh delegations in Albania, Kosovo, Moldova and Romania, as well as with Terre des hommes Italy and with partners in Poland, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The Centre for Youth Integration (Serbia), Novi Sad Humanitarian Center (Serbia), Brave Phone (Croatia), Open Gate - La Strada (Macedonia), Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care of Children (Bulgaria), PULSE Foundation (Bulgaria), Neglected Children’s Society (ECPAT Bulgaria), Association for Integration and Migration (Czech Republic), ARSIS Greece, Associazione 21 Luglio (Italy), Center for Children Rights Montenegro, Nobody’s Children Foundation (ECPAT Poland), The Human Rights League (Slovakia), University of Bucharest (Romania), University of Kent – Centre for Child Protection (UK), University of Belgrade (Serbia), State Pedagogical University “Ion Creanga” (Moldova), University of Tirana (Albania), University of Bedfordshire (UK).
Terre des hommes International Federation, Terre des hommes Albania, Kosovo, Moldova, Romania and Italy, Save the Children North West Balkans (BiH), Albania and Romania, Defence for Children Netherlands and Belgium, ECPAT, UNICEF, IRC, SCEP, Eurochild, Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland – CELCIS, Victim Support (UK), Stichting Alexander (Netherlands), Hors la rue (France), National Network for Children (Bulgaria), Rights International Spain (Spain).