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The Separated Children in Europe Programme (SCEP) is a European NGO-Network of 31 organisations from 28 European countries. The SCEP Network seeks to improve the situation of separated children through research, a shared policy and advocacy at national and regional levels. Age assessment, guardianship and durable solutions are the priority areas of SCEP. All the work of SCEP is based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Statement of Good Practice. All SCEP members per country can be found by clicking on the map below.

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Separated Children in Europe Programme (SCEP) - coordinated by Defence for Children The Netherlands - PO BOX 11103 - 2301 EC - Leiden - 0031 (0)71 516 09 80 - [email protected]