REFUGEE GIRLS CHILDREN IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA: VULNERABILITIES AND NECESSITY OF SOCIAL PROTECTION

Abstract

Author(s): Yaser SNOUBAR

The qualitative and quantitative challenges in child protection in the Middle East and North Africa countries making the children vulnerable to the risks and all kinds of neglect and exploitation. In addition to the great violation of the rights of children, especially girls as a result of ongoing wars and conflicts in the region. The children's rights violations and the problems faced by children in war environment were forced them to migrate to other countries unaccompanied or with family. Also, the problems faced by children in the asylum period have very negative implications on the physical, psychological, social and moral development of children along with the violation of many rights. It can be seen that girls are more vulnerable to problems and violations of the rights among the refugee children. This study will discuss neglect and exploitation problems and risks faced by refugee girls during the asylum period and will present the social policy suggestions that can contribute to solving these problems and protecting the refugee girls.

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