Latest publications on Separation

On My Own – Recommendations

On My Own – Recommendations

Protection challenges for unaccompanied and separated children in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece

These are the recommendations of the "On My Own" report. The report indicates that the best interests of these vulnerable children are consistently violated by inconsistent or non-existent adherence to updated procedural safeguards, strained institutional capacity, and state-level and public concern that some unaccompanied and separated children pose "security concerns".

Photo: Timon Koch On My Own – Conclusion

On My Own – Conclusion

Protection challenges for unaccompanied and separated children in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece

This is the conclusion of the "On My Own" report. The report indicates that the best interests of these vulnerable children are consistently violated by inconsistent or non-existent adherence to updated procedural safeguards, strained institutional capacity, and state-level and public concern that some unaccompanied and separated children pose "security concerns".

Photo: Timon Koch On My Own – Executive Summary

On My Own – Executive Summary

Protection challenges for unaccompanied and separated children in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece

This is the executive summary of the "On My Own" report. The report indicates that the best interests of these vulnerable children are consistently violated by inconsistent or non-existent adherence to updated procedural safeguards, strained institutional capacity, and state-level and public concern that some unaccompanied and separated children pose "security concerns".

Photo: Timon Koch On My Own

On My Own

Protection challenges for unaccompanied and separated children in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece

This report indicates that the best interests of these vulnerable children are consistently violated by inconsistent or non-existent adherence to updated procedural safeguards, strained institutional capacity, and state-level and public concern that some unaccompanied and separated children pose "security concerns".

Photo: Miodrag Cakic Underage, undocumented and alone

Underage, undocumented and alone

A gap analysis of undocumented unaccompanied and separated children on the move in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece

This briefing paper examines the state of, and existing protection gaps in, the asylum process for undocumented, unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) on the move in Jordan, Lebanon and Greece.

Animation – Lives on Hold

Animation – Lives on Hold

Lela's Story

MMP's second animation shows how restrictive migration policies can negatively affect the lives of those forcibly displaced in the Middle East. A real story drawing upon our REACH-led report 'Separated Families: who stays, who goes and why?'

Photo: REACH Separated Families: who stays, who goes and why?

Separated Families: who stays, who goes and why?

Decision-making and its consequences for families separated by mixed migration

The decision to move from the Middle East to Europe is made for a variety of reasons, and not only by those who make the journey. A significant body of research has been gathered on refugees and other migrants arriving in Europe in recent years, but comparatively little is known about how decisions to move or stay are made within families, nor about how family members moving affects those left behind.

Photo: UNWomen/Christopher Herwig Women and girls on the move

Women and girls on the move

A gender analysis of mixed migration from the Middle East to Europe

This briefing paper focuses on the experience of women and girls travelling to Europe, in order to provide a more detailed understanding of factors surrounding the decision to leave home, the type of journey undertaken, and their experience along the way. Produced by the Joint Analysis Unit on behalf of the newly established Mixed Migration Platform, this briefing paper is the first in a series of studies examining specific issues pertinent to migration to, from and within the Middle East region.