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Thematic learning

Thematic learning: Children on the move

Destination Unknown campaign and the Initiative on Child rights in the global compacts (CHILDHUB WEBINAR)
About the webinar: This is a joint webinar with the Destination Unknown Campaign and Terre des Hommes on child rights within the UN Global Compacts.
Child Safeguarding in Emergencies
Drawing on their experiences from Somalia to South Sudan to Sierra Leone, Mubarak Maman, Save the Children's Child Safeguarding Director and Cat Carter, Senior Child Safeguarding in Emergencies Advisor, will together talk on child safeguarding in
Sharing good practices on working with refugee and migrant children [ChildHub Webinar]
During the implementation of the project “Developing capacities and providing support to frontline workers assisting refugees and migrant children in South Eastern Europe” participants underlined the importance of the experience and knowledge shar
Welcome to the Playground! Interactive and artistic tools to work with children and adults [ChildHub webinar]
When we work with people we often need to be very creative how to get and keep their attention, involvement and cooperation.
Telling a different story of migration
On June 9th, 2016, the Europe Chapter of the Migration and Development Civil Society (MADE) network will host a webinar on the important role of civil society and other non-State actors (including NGOs, diaspora and migrant-led organisations, acad
Positive Practices for Child Participation in the EU: Migrant Children
Publisher: Child Protection Hub
Child participation in all aspects of modern society is extremely important for the good development of children.
Refugee and Migrant Crisis - German Experience (Childhub Webinar)
After the refugee crisis emerged in Europe, Germany was one of the countries that accepted a significant number of refugees.
Special Delivery: Paying it Forward, Write a Letter
Publisher: Care
CARE offers a touching means for expressing one's compassion with the refugee situation. Now it is possible to write a heartfelt message of hope directly to a Syrian refugee.


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