Children Left Behind by Labour Migration:

Supporting Moldovan and Ukrainian Transnational Families in the EU (CASTLE - Children lAbour Support Transnational famiLies Eu)

Action Research

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Project Partners

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Castle Research Centre

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‘Children Left Behind by Labour Migration’ is a 30-month action that aims to support the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine in improving their child protection frameworks and migration and mobility policies, with a focus on the social and legal impacts of labour migration on transnational families. The action analyses the situation of children left behind by their parents who engaged or are engaging in labour migration from the perspective of their rights and possibly within transnational family practices that create, observe and enforce such rights. For this purpose, the intervention aims to develop a multigenerational, intersectional and participative qualitative analysis of child rights in a transnational family context.

 

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Interview with CASTLE leaders on MPF's website

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Short talk conducted by Luana Pleșea with Telegdi-Csetri Áron - concerning the action and first results

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Research on the relationship between labour migration and child protection in Moldova and Ukraine: from functional trans

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How children see labour migration

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Events

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Those who leave and those who stay: the consequences of emigration for sending countries

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Transnational families in focus - International colloquium

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Inception meeting

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