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Children and young people are entitled to the same basic human rights wherever they are, regardless of borders.
UNICEF Is Mobilizing to Protect Migrant Children in the U.S.
Building on decades of experience around the world, UNICEF and partners are standing up for the rights of children in the U.S.
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Separation and indefinite family detention rob children of their childhoods and cause lasting trauma.
Children Are Children First, Regardless of Immigration Status
Children forced from their homes by poverty and violence have the right to be protected and supported at every step along the way.