New briefing paper by Nando Sigona and Rachel Humphris: Child mobility in the EU’s refugee crisis: What are the data gaps and why do they matter?
just published on Border Criminologies
Child migration into Europe is diverse and often invisible in data and policy. Legal definitions, bureaucratic practices, rights and entitlements of child migrants vary across European states. While some segments of this population are visible in public debate and datasets, especially unaccompanied asylum seeking children, others are hardly visible, particularly dependent children to asylum seeking parents and undocumented children.
The pdf version of the paper can be downloaded here