This handbook consolidates learning garnered from Save the Children's experience of setting up, managing and investing in the Family Tracing and Reunification (FTR) programme in South Sudan in order to contribute to the strengthening of Save the Children’s approach to FTR in sudden onset of emergencies where Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) programmes need to respond to large scale family separations.
Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in the Sudan - UN Security Council6 Mar 2017
The present report was submitted to the UN Security Council Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict and focuses on the trends and patterns of the six categories of grave violations committed against children.
Owen Ndoromo, Karin Österman, and Kaj Björkqvist - Journal of Child & Adolescent Behavior 23 Feb 2017
The study investigated the life of children in the street in post-war South Sudan. A main objective was to examine whether children who slept in the streets although they had parents they could go home to had been victimised more from domestic violence than children working in the street by day but spending the nights at home.
This video from The Guardian discusses how six weeks after the Calais migrant camp was demolished, unaccompanied minors were transferred around France and are still waiting to hear from the Home Office.
Mark Canavera - Children & Society Volume 30, (2016) pp. 356–3684 Jun 2016
The research in this study explores how systems strengthening approaches promoted by humanitarian agencies are perceived to have transpired in South Sudan during the country’s transition to independence.