La Fondation suisse du Service Social International (SSI) vous propose une plateforme d'échange et d'information dans le domaine des droits des enfants migrants. Vous trouverez sur ce site de la documentation et des expériences de terrain consacrées à la question spécifique des enfants séparés, c'est-à-dire des enfants et des jeunes migrants qui séjournent en Suisse sans leurs parents ou leur ancien représentant légal.
Si tu es un jeune migrant et que tu es venu en Suisse sans tes parents, une rubrique t'est spécialement consacrée. Elle contient des informations sur ton séjour en Suisse, tes droits et tes responsabilités.
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On November 4 in Bern took place a National Symposium of the Alliance for Migrants Rights of Children (ADEM in French) on the theme of the minimum welcoming standards required in Switzerland. This meeting began with the finding of a more cyclical than structural problem in the light of the number of asylum applications filed by unaccompanied minors in 2015.
A few weeks ago, the Swiss Foundation of the International Social Service (ISS) organized a one week workshop camp for unaccompanied minors (MNA) in the Vaud Alps. This event aimed to create, with these young people, the first issue of a newspaper that is dedicated to them.
Each year, 300 to 600 unaccompanied minors arrive in Switzerland . Who are these children and young people who migrate alone ? What is their voice? What are their rights ? At the heart of the current revision of the law on asylum , what is our responsibility as the host country in light of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) ? The " Unaccompanied Minors exhibition in Switzerland ? And then ... " illustrates the worrying situation of these children and adolescents who are outside their country of origin without their parents or their legal representative.
On June 26, 2013, the Alliance for the rights of migrant children (ADEM), coordinated by the Swiss Foundation of the International Social Service (SSI) and the International Institute of the child’s rights (IDE), held a national symposium on the theme of separated children in Switzerland. The symposium was attended by 70 professionals and actors in the field, coming from 12 different cantons.