Background Migration affects millions of children and adolescents worldwide. Over the past decade, international bodies and agencies, governments, and civil society groups have increasingly engaged in dialogue on children and adolescents affected by migration—either their own or that of their...
This webinar explores how unaccompanied children (UACs) migrating to the United States - many from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras - are being treated in immigration courts, what types of services available to them, and how their school districts and communities are responding to their arrival...
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The American Immigration Council is updating this guide, first issued during the summer of 2014. The guide provides information about the tens of thousands of children—some traveling with their parents and others alone—who have fled their homes in Central America and arrived at the southern U.S...
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The Psychosocial Impact of Detention and Deportation on U.S. Migrant Children and Families This article focuses on migrants who face the risk of deportation and family separation and the psychosocial impacts of these experiences. The authors examine and review the current literature on the...