“The child’s best interests should be the highest priority.”
Read RTC Denmark's report on lessons from repatriations of Danish children from the detention camps in Northeast Syria.
We have compiled several recommendations to improve the repatriation and reintegration of children from the Syrian detention camps.
5 Danish children are left in the Syrian prison camps. Every single day, the risk of them dying increases. They need help immediately.
The five children were not repatriated last fall, when the danish government brought home 14 children and their mothers. Because, their mothers have been stripped of their danish citizenship, while they have been imprisoned in Syria. The government will thus only repatriate the children if their mothers consent to being separated from them.
This is advised against by all relevant experts, doctors and psychologists. Seperation from their mothers will only cause more trauma to the children, who have all already experienced enough for a lifetime.
The children are sick and traumatised. It is merely a question of how sick they need to be, before the government is forced to repatriated them with their mothers.
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