Would you say an approach that enables citizens as rights holders to demand their rights and empowers them to influence the quality, efficiency and accountability of public services is effective for child protection? Do you agree child participation has an added value for child protection? Would having the most vulnerable children heard in shaping the local child protection mechanism make the mechanism more effective?
Due to our relentlessly fast paced society and the many responsibilities we each carry, it is no wonder that so many of us feel anxious and on intense “overload.” This hour webinar will focus on the major psychological causes of burnout and how it differs from depression, stressing the interactive loop between our personal, professional, physical and social Selves.
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Stereotypes are present in all spheres of modern life. Often we are so used to them, that we do not even consider them as stereotypes, including statements that only girls wear pink for example, or that men don`t cry, and those who do are not "real" man. We are exposed to stereotypes since early age throughout our life, and they are pasted from one generation to another.
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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
Pokémon Go is taking off all around the world. As one of the first games to use 'augmented reality' it is easy to understand why it draws many people in, including young people and children. The NSPCC, however, has produced a short guide for parents explaining how they can help protect their children when using the game.
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.
Terre des hommes is deeply concerned about the situation of refugees and migrants, especially children and vulnerable people, in Idomeni, on the Greek-Macedonian border.