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Julie gives evidence to the Lords on the situation of unaccompanied minors in the EU

ukinquiry.jpgOn Tuesday April 26th, Julie was invited to a Public hearing organised by the House of Lords on unaccompanied minors in the EU, following a written contribution she submitted to the inquiry on the topic.

Although Julie is not a member of the parliamentary committee responsible of the issue in the European Parliament, her experience on the ground and her position as a children's rights champion in the EP gave her the opportunity to contribute to the hearing, and be the voice of the NGOs and volunteers that she have met during her visits.

Read more about the House of Lords enquiry and hearing on unaccompanied minors in EU here

Julie's written contributions:

Read the contribution based on her personal experience here

You can also find a more technical contribution on the state of play in the EU here

 

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