Across Europe, cases involving separated children in migration are coming before the courts. Asylum seekers or trafficked, or separated from family and at risk, their cases often concern complex factual circumstances and sensitive legal issues, such as age assessment, detention, appropriate reception conditions and access to guardians. International fora, such as the European Court of Human Rights, the European Court of Justice and the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, provide necessary avenues for appeal or interpretation, but require careful navigation. The Separated Children in Judicial Proceedings project aims to share litigation experience from organisations and professionals within countries and across borders. Next event in Brussels October 19/20, with livestream of main seminar, see what’s new.