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Children's rights on the border

Since Project Play started in 2018, we have been documenting children's rights violations we witness on a daily basis during our sessions. We have consistently seen degrading and inhumane living conditions in the informal camps, with minimal access to the most basic facilities. There is currently no running water or access to sanitation facilities, no state-run food distribution and no access to formal education for children and minors. As winter weather conditions set in, the temperatures at night time begin to drop, forcing families to sleep outside in freezing conditions with no sustainable sheltering options. 

Updates & Reports

We create monthly updates from our observations on the ground. We also produce detailed reports on specific issues facing children on the border.

What can I do?

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Your voice matters. Check our guides to taking action:

fEBRUARY 2021

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January 2021

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DECEMBER 2020

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november 2020

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OCTOBER 2020

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SEPTEMBER 2020

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