Improving the quality of Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers' Guardianship and Care in Central European Countries

The overall objective of this project is to contribute towards the enhancement of the quality of guardianship and harmonization and standardization of the overall assistance and care provided to unaccompanied minor asylum seekers (UAMAS) in Central European countries in line with the EU Action Plan on Unaccompanied Minors, the relevant EU directives and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

From 2011-09-01 to 2012-08-31


Coordinator: IOM

  • 5asy

    Asylum and forced displacement

    Asylum is a fundamental human right guaranteed universally by the 1951 Geneva Convention. The European Union’s Common European Asylum System (CEAS) set up common procedures to ensure fair...

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  • 6vul

    Migration and vulnerable groups

    Some social groups are more exposed than others to the risks embedded in migration decisions. Women, children and ethnic minorities typically constitute the most vulnerable groups of...

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Additional Info

Accessed On 2022-09-01
Funded / Co-funded European Refugee Fund - Community Actions 2010
  • Hungarian Aid (HU)
  • Save the Children (RO)
  • Slovenian Philanthropy (SI)
  • The Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BG)
  • Organization for Aid to Refugees (CZ)
  • Society of Goodwill (SK)
  • Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family (SK)
  • State Agency for Refugees (BG)
  • Guardianship Office (HU)
  • Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (CZ)
  • Immigration Office (RO)
  • Ministry of Labor, Family and Social Protection - General Directorate for Social Assistance and Child (RO)
  • Office for Foreigners (PL)
  • Ministry of Interior (SI)
  • Ministry of National Resources (HU)

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