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Colleagues Zijlstra and Talsma-Bonhage contributed to a research report on returned Armenian children.

20 January 2017

Our colleagues Dr. Elianne Zijlstra and Grytsje Talsma-Bonhage, MSc contributed to a research report on asylum-seeking children who returned to Armenia after a stay of more than five years in the Netherlands. The report, that was developed in collaboration with Defence for Children, concluded that the situation of returned children in Armenia is inadequate for their development.

Report: “Ik wil terug naar Nederland”: Monitoring van teruggekeerde gewortelde kinderen in Armenië. [in dutch]

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