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The continuum of violence and its impact on children

Children on the move face violence, exploitation and abuse at every stage of their journey. First, in their country of origin, where violence of one form or another is often the determining factor in their decision to leave. Second, during their journey, which is fraught with risk from start to finish. Third, at their destination, where appropriate measures for their protection may not be available or may be denied to them. And finally, if they are repatriated back to their country of origin, they may find themselves facing the same violence that drove them away. The cumulative impact is particularly severe for children who are unaccompanied or separated from their families.

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