An insight into the daily lives of Europe’s 150 000 unaccompanied child immigrants, kids aged 10 to 17 years old who have set out alone from their home countries to try and build new lives abroad.
From the groups of teenage Romanians pick pocketing on the Paris metro, to the hundreds of young Afghans arriving in the Greek island of Lesbos, the first stop in the EU after crossing Iran and Turkey, all are in search of a better life. Yet, when they arrive in Europe they face exclusion, indifference and even violence. When will Europe wake up to the plight of these unaccompanied children and who will take responsibility for them?
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