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Nauru

Demographic Data

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Children's Living Arrangement

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Children Living without Biological Parent

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Children at Risk of Separation

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UNICEF,

UNICEF is seeking an international consultant for Technical Assistance to Social Welfare Ministries in Child Protection in Nauru, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu. 

Lisa Button - Save the Children Australia & Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network,

This report examines current policy framework and practices in five countries, namely Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and the Republic of Nauru.

Better Care Network,

This country care review includes the care-related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of the Child.

Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch,

Amnesty International (AI) and Human Rights Watch (HRW) report that refugees arriving in Australia are being treated inhumanely and abusively.  According to the report, “around 1,200 men, women, and children who sought refuge in Australia, were forcibly transferred to the remote Pacific island nation of Nauru suffer severe abuse, inhumane treatment, and neglect.”

United Nations Information Centre, Canberra,

The Government of Nauru has introduced a new Child Protection and Welfare Act which has been welcomed by UNICEF for “bringing Nauru into alignment with many international standards.”