The world is currently facing unprecedented numbers of people on the move. Migrants can face a myriad of risks before, during and after the journey – especially migrant children. It is daunting to have to adjust to a new country when you are traumatized, homesick, alone and scared. Recognizing those needs and challenges, the MINT project aims to contribute to the successful integration of third country national children (TCN) in the EU, by enabling them to fulfill their full potential in their host countries.
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