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Immigrant families whose children were born in Italy | Photo: ANSA/Alessandro Di Marco
A young woman tutors two children at a table | Photo: DW/D.Ehl
Unaccompanied minors in a hostel in Athens | Photo: Picture-alliance/AP Photo/T. Stavrakis
Afghan migrant children at Moria camp | Photo: Aasim Saleem
Immigration detention is never in the best interests of a child, say human rights advocates Photo: picture alliance/B. Pedersen
Migrants working in the kitchen of a restaurant | Photo: UNICEF

A wife of Islamic State fighter waits with her children upon her deportation from the al-Hol camp for refugees in al-Hasakah governorate in northeastern Syria | Photo: EPA/AHMED MARDNLI
People demonstrate to ask for the 'Ius soli', in Rome, Italy, 20 November 2017. Ius Soli (meaning 'right of the soil'), commonly referred to as birthright citizenship, is the right of anyone born in the territory of a state to nationality or citizenship | Photo: ANSA/GIUSEPPE LAMI
As of 30 September, 8,300 children were housed in reception centers on the Greek Aegean islands | Credit: UNHCR/Gordon Welters
A refugee climbing a fence in Greece | Photo: DW/Dimitris Tosidis
Syrian children outside a makeshift tent near the refugee and migrant camp at the Greek island of Samos on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019 | Photo: Picture-alliance
Refugee children in the port of Thessaloniki after being transfered from the refugee camp of Moria, Lesbos island in the beginning of September | Photo: EPA/NIKOS ARVANITIDIS