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This calm, vivid documentary looks at the thousands of youngsters missing amidst the invasion – and their families’ search. Be warned: the Russian response may cause outrage.
Report points to ‘wilful killing, torture, rape and other sexual violence, and the deportation of children to the Russian Federation’
Russia has agreed to return four Ukrainian children to their families, as part of a deal brokered by Qatar.
During this webinar, participants will examine the current situation, provide historical context, and discuss the response. Ukrainian organizations engaged in the frontline response will share their perspectives, and participants will consider how the international community can support family tracing and reunification.
Russia has brought some 700,000 children from the conflict zones in Ukraine into Russian territory, Grigory Karasin, head of the international committee in the Federation Council, Russia's upper house of parliament, said late on Sunday.
Maud de Boer-Buquicchio, CHIP President, discusses the measures in place to ensure that the many children that crossed the Polish/Ukraine border alone travelled with identity documents that would allow them to access child protection measures as they proceed on their journey.
Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minster Iryna Vereshchuk urged Russians on Tuesday (28 March) not to adopt children she claimed were "stolen in Ukraine" during the war. She said they had been deported to Russia.
More than a year on, Russian President Vladimir Putin's war continues to have a devastating impact across all sectors of Ukrainian society. Among the hardest hit—Ukraine's children.
Ce document fournit des conseils sur la manière d’appliquer les normes internationales en travaillant avec les enfants et leurs familles touchés par cette crise.
Con este documento se pretende ofrecer un marco sobre cómo implementar las normas internacionales al trabajar con niños/as y sus
familias que se han visto afectados por esta crisis.