Welcome to the Human Rights, Children and Migration Database, which contains a compilation of excerpts from the concluding observations of UN Human Rights Committees (CEDAW, CAT, CESCR, CMW, CRC, and HRC) related to children, human rights and migration from the past decade (2000-2010). This interactive tool aims to highlight the standards established by UN Human Rights Committees concerning the rights of children in the context of migration. This project has been developed by the Human Rights Center of the National University of Lanus and UNICEF Division of Policy and Practice.
The Human Rights, Children and Migration Database is organized by key issues, including: Migration Control Policies & Human Rights; Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights; Root Causes of Migration; Integration Policies & Xenophobia; Children, Gender & Migration. The database is also searchable by subject, year, country and committee.