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UAFA31 Oct 2016

In this video from United Aid for Azerbaijan, several experts and public officials discuss the importance of deinstitutionalization. 

GHR Foundation26 Oct 2016

This video from GHR Foundation discusses how in Zambia severe poverty and deaths from HIV/AIDS have led to child abandonment and a large population of orphans and vulnerable children.  It further states that these challenges faced by the Zambian children include higher levels of poverty.  There are also the combined effects of HIV/AIDS and poverty, which have made most of these households’ capacity very weak and compromises their ability to look after these children.

Euronews24 Oct 2016

Over the past week, Britain has taken in over 1300 children that were stranded in the "Jungle."

France24 English24 Oct 2016

A closer look at tends to be one of the more contentious issues surrounding the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, child migrants.

Radio Free Asia30 Sep 2016

Than Than Ei was just nine years old when she was sent to work for a family in Yangon, where she suffered years of physical and emotional abuse. 

World Bank23 Sep 2016

This is a video highlighting the education being provided to Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

United Nations High Commission on Refugees12 Sep 2016

Cate Blanchett performs the rhythmic poem ‘What They Took With Them’ alongside fellow actors Keira Knightley, Juliet Stevenson, Peter Capaldi, Stanley Tucci, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kit Harington, Douglas Booth, Jesse Eisenberg and Neil Gaiman.

Melissa Prax - Newsy7 Sep 2016

In this video, Newsy discusses UNICEF's recent report that there are now 50 million displaced children worldwide.

5 Sep 2016

Next Generation Nepal Country Director Martin Punaks talks about orphanage trafficking in Nepal, why orphanage volunteers may inadvertently be part of the problem and how you can be part of the solution through ethical volunteering and other ways of "giving back."

Next Generation Nepal5 Sep 2016

In this talk, Emily Delap from Family for Every Child puts the use of orphanages in Nepal into a global context and explores the international evidence on the harm caused by allowing children to grow up away from families, and on the problems of orphanage voluntourism.

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