The charity's report reveals the trauma children have suffered getting to Europe.
But human rights campaigners say policy flies in the face of international refugee rules.
As more Syrian refugees in Europe gain the right to work, slowly they're helping people back home.
Response to the refugee crisis has been inadequate.
Amnesty international says it shows governments are "out of touch."
The EU must develop a strategy to prepare for climate change, which can extenuate refugee crises.
Greece has been processing about 45 asylum requests a day, which at this rate would take 20 years to complete.
Immigration Minster James Brokenshire proposes new Immigration Bill measures that will allow children to be dispersed across local authorities.
"We want to protect Polish citizens from that," a government spokesman said.
Minors now make up 36 percent of those on the move, according to the report.
The measures also include extending family reunification among refugees from one year to three years.
Europe is looking for a way to take the pressure off the states at its southern border.