Thematic learning: Children on the move
Identifying child victims of trafficking in the context of the current migration flows [Recording of the ChildHub webinar with Europol]
Trafficking in human beings is a serious crime and an abuse of an individual’s fundamental rights and dignity.
[Recording of a ChildHub Webinar] Emotional health of social workers
The most common knowledge is that people in the profession of helping others can only do so if they first take care of themselves. Yet all too often social workers ignore the tell-tale signs of emotional stress, or burnout.
Psychological First Aid [ChildHub webinar]
Terre des hommes and its partners seek to provide migrant and refugee children and families protection and support 24/7 through recreational activities, emergency counseling and health promotion activities.
Migration crisis in Europe: exchange of experience with Jordanian and Lebanese social workers [ChildHub webinar]
Five team members of Terre des hommes in Jordan and Lebanon will present the NGO's response to the Syrian crisis in the Middle East.
Restoring Family Links
Publisher: International Committee of the Red Cross
ICRC offers a platform for bringing families together, especially those thousands of family members who are separated by conflicts, disasters or migration every year.
CPIE Face to Face 2014 - Training Package on Child Protection in Emergencies
Publisher: Child Protection Working Group
The purpose of this training package published by Child Protection Working Group is to contribute to the creation and strengthening of a Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) National Resource Pool which could respond to any unforeseen emergencie
Child Safe Organisation: Self-Study Manual
Publisher: ECPAT International
The emergency response to the earthquake and tsunami that devastated countries around the Indian Ocean in December 2004 has seen an explosion of non-government organisations, community-based organisations, private and public foundations and local
National Partners Networks May meeting on migration
The next NPN meeting will take place on 18-19 May in Brussels and will focus on capacity building on advocating on refugee and migrant children from a child-rights perspective.