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19 Apr 2017
Nils Mulzniek, Commisssioner for Human Rights released his report on Lithuania, noting that there are shortcomings in the protection of children. Commending the progress made to prevent and combat domestic and gender-based violence, the... Read more
18 Apr 2017
The economic weekly covers the subject of sexual education in Hungary. Two NGOs working on the subject agree that currenlty schools stop after describing the biological process, while children are least interested in that. What they need is "to... Read more
17 Apr 2017
On April 12, 2017, the Department of Penitentiary Institutions from Moldova institutionalized by its General Director Decision the Intervention Programme for reduction of criminal behaviour of adolescents at risk, developed by Terre des hommes with... Read more
13 Apr 2017
Nearly ten years after the first financial shock waves rippled through the world economy, generating a global recession, the track record of high income countries in protecting children from its worst effects, is mixed. A new book, Children of... Read more



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Handbook: Procedural Rights of Children Suspected or Accused in Criminal Proceedings in the EU


The Handbook for Legal Practitioners has been developed based on the findings of the Regional Comparative Report which had the aim to identify common issues, trends and examples of good practice and their transferability to other EU Member States. The purpose of this handbook is to help criminal justice practitioners ensure that cases involving foreign child suspects are dealt with in accordance with European legislation as enshrined in EU Directives and the Council of Europe Childfriendly Justice Guidelines. It is in essence aimed at applying the principles and tenets of

From a Whisper to a Shout: A Call to End Violence Towards Children in Alternative Care (Child Hub Summary)


Working with researchers from the University of Bedfordshire, SOS Children’s Village have produced an extensive report exposing the prevalence of violence towards children in alternative care settings in 21 different countries around the world. The report offers practical recommendations to governments, care providers and other stakeholders for the protection of children from violence in these situations.

Experience of working in children's homes in Croatia - conversation with an educator from Children Home Zagreb


In the past few years we have witnessed a process of de-institutionalization, which is carried out in order to ensure better treatment of children in institutions, as well as better working conditions for employees. We often hear a variety of information about the work of the institutions for children, both positive and negative. We believe that there are variety of great experts who dedicate their life for this work and we find  it important to present their individual stories.

Europe/migration: Five-country police agreement exacerbates crisis and puts vulnerable migrants at risk -- Zeid


On Thursday, the UN Human Rights High Commissioner, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, expressed serious concern at security measures adopted at a recent meeting of the heads of police of five European countries, which are already having a negative impact on the human rights of refugees and migrants in southern and central Europe, and are compounding the already exceptionally difficult situation in Greece.  “In the wake of the adoption of these measures last week, the treatment of refugees and migrants moving through some of these countries already appears to have changed, with seriously negative impli

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