European Guardianship Network

European Guardianship Network

About EGN

EGN is...

EGN is a network of guardianship authorities and agencies, (local) authorities and international and non-governmental organisations.

EGN aims...

EGN aims to promote guardianship and improve guardianship services for unaccompanied and separated children in the EU Member States by exchanging good practices, expertise and other relevant information and sharing ideas and cooperation on common challenges and cross border work.

EGN can help...

EGN can help guardians and guardianship organisations provide better services and help policy makers be better informed about guardianship for unaccompanied and separated children.

EGN in the new EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child

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Read more about EGN in the new EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child

Thematic meeting: Relocation of unaccompanied children in Europe

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Read more about Thematic meeting: Relocation of unaccompanied children in Europe

EGN Workplan 2020 - 2025 published

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Read more about EGN Workplan 2020 - 2025 published

Online thematic meetings

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3rd network meeting EGN

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EU-wide public consultation

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Read more about EU-wide public consultation

For Guardians

If you are a guardian, EGN can be of added value to your work. Please visit the Documention page under About EGN for more information.

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