It's been one year since a picture of three-year-old Alan Kurdi's body shocked the world. He died while trying to cross the Mediterranean with his family to reach Europe.
The images triggered calls to stop asylum seekers making the dangerous journey.
But despite an EU plan to regulate the flow of refugees, the UN says more than 280,000 migrants have travelled to Europe so far this year.
That figure includes almost 80,000 children, many of whom were travelling alone.
So, what has changed for child refugees since the death of Alan Kurdi?
Presenter: Jane Dutton
Misty Buswell - Regional advocacy and communications director with Save The Children.
Daphne Bouteillet-Paquet - Senior legal officer with the European Council for Refugees and Exiles.
Jumana Abo Oxa - Co-ordinator for the humanitarian organisation Humanity Crew.
Source: Al Jazeera News