This page is designed to provide you with answers to any questions you might have about children left behind in Poland and Europe.
A big problem surrounding children left behind has been the lack of awareness of and sensitivity to the issue in Europe. This is slowly starting to change.
Realities of life in Poland and in the UK, giving reasons for the Polish migration and the rise in numbers of children left behind.
When it comes to migration, some parents find adjusting to the new reality so hard that they struggle to cope on their own. There is help available for them.
When parents move away abroad and leave home, the lives of their children change forever. Nowadays, more and more families are sticking together as a unit.
One in every five Polish children has experienced separation from their parents who have migrated abroad to work. How do they feel when they are left alone?
This investigation delves deep into the world of children left behind by their parents who migrated abroad to try and secure a decent life for their family.