Child protection topic: 'International instruments and standards'

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Site-ul campaniei Deschizând Ușile a anunțat noi date în domeniul reformei protecției copilului în 16 țări europene în 2017 - "procesul de dezinstituționalizare continuă, dar eforturile continuă să...
Opening Doors campaign website announced new facts in the area of child protection reform in 16 European countries in 2017 - "the de-institutionalization process continues, but efforts continue to be...
Pan-European campaign OpeningDoors4Children, coordinated by The Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia (MODS) in partnership with the MDRI-S Initiative for the Rights of Persons with...
On Monday, December 4th, in Belgrade, the Center for Youth Integration has organized an international conference "Improving the quality of services for street involved children in Serbia, in...
The World Children's Day was established in 1954 when the General Assembly adopted resolution 836 (IX). The General Assembly, through this document, invited Member States to establish a World...
Within the Opening Doors for Europe’s Children campaign, a new video was launched. This campaign aims to support national efforts to develop child protection systems that strengthen families and...
The publication contains a review of the reporting process before the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child. In addition...
Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia (MODS) hosted representatives of organizations from 20 countries of Europe - Eurochild National Partners. The meeting was opened by the President of...
During October and November, UNICEF marks 70 years of existence of this organization in Serbia. The central event of this celebration is an exhibition of photographs that talk about the continuity...
Interfax-Ukraine reports that "Ukraine on Monday signed the Council of Europe Convention against Trafficking in Human Organs (CETS No. 216) and the Council of Europe Convention on Offences relating...

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