Child protection topic: 'National legislation'

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Last week The European Commission and the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) organized the first Steering Committee meeting of the project “CyberEast: Action on Cybercrime...
From 2020 the Greek government is giving an allowance of 2000 euros for the birth of every child, in an effort to halt the decline in population. The population in Greece stated to decrease may as an...
After almost 4 years of negotiations, the UK left the EU on 31 January 2020. Despite Brexit, our UK members remain central to our efforts to put children at the heart of Europe. We stay united in...
On 29th January 2020, the Alliance for investing in Children Italia held a high-level conference in Rome, where Eurochild participated as well. The aim of the event was twofold. On one hand, the...
New amendments to the Criminal Code are being requested by representatives of the Parliament of Albania. These proposals include five years in prison for beating or pressuring women, and up to ten...
This guideline aims to assist stakeholders to adopt a strategic approach in building and containing the often complex world of the digital environment. Ensuring children’s interaction and safety in...
Last year, in mid-December, the Irish Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Dr Katherine Zappone, stated that ‘after too many years of indifference, we are finally seeing a rise of awareness on...
Ireland’s Minister of Communications has announced a new bill which would establish an Online Safety Commissioner. The main purpose of the Commissioner is to protect children from toxic behaviours (...
Greece's first integrated online platform for adoption and fostering will be implemented by the end of January. It will help reduce and significantly simplify the adoption process, according to the...
Research by the Education Policy Institute has found that 133,000 young people referred to specialist mental health services in England were rejected in 2018-19. The study examines access to...

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