Welcome to IOM Budapest’s child protection website!
Every child, which means every person below the age of 18, has rights and responsibilities wherever they live, wherever they come from. To be aware of these rights and responsibilities is especially crucial in case of vulnerable groups such as children on the move. In a country where they do not speak the language, do not know the asylum system they are at risk of not being informed properly about their situation.
The leaflet aims to give, in a brief and understandable way, essential and up to date information about children’s rights and responsibilities as well as the main steps of the asylum procedure in Hungary and the available services. Printed versions of the leaflet in seven languages can be found in the following facilities: Home of Unaccompanied Children in Fót; Vámosszabadi Reception Centre, Transit zone in Röszke, Transit zone in Tompa.
Please click on the photo on the right to read the leaflet.
IOM colleagues are visiting four facilities in Hungary on a weekly basis in order to provide direct support and information to migrant children in a confidential manner.
The counselling is available in the following langauges: English, Pashto, Dari, Farsi, Urdu.
Counselling dates in November 2017:
Here you can find a useful list of organizations which may can help you in different ways. You can learn more about their services in our leaflet (click on the photo above to read it) or on their website.
If you think you need lawyer
Hungarian Helsinki Committee (Magyar Helsinki Bizottság)
Phone number: 00 36 1 321 4323
Information on the asylum procedure in 8 languages: http://www.helsinki.hu/tajekoztato-menedekkeroknek/
If you need help with education, language barriers
Menedék-Hungarian Association for Migrants
Phone number: 00 36 1 322 1502
If you would like to talk to someone you really trust
Phone number: 00 36 1 349 14 50
If you need help in learning Hungarian and receiving job trainin