Online Library

This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search.

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2019 - Unesco
UNESCO has published a report exploring the impact of migration on the educational systems in affected countries across the world. With this they aim to provide guidance to policy makers working on important set of agreements like the Global Compact...
2019 - ECPAT
The new ECPAT report published this month analysis the scope of sexual exploitation of children in Czech Republic. The report provides introduction and explains the context of sexual exploitation in Czech Republic, present laws, commitments and...
2019 - UNHCR
The report in front of you is produced by the UNHCR, providing you valuable insights into the lives and stories of some of the refugee children under the mandate of this organization, as well as their educational aspirations for the future and the...
2019 - UNHCR
The routes taken by refugees and migrants in their attempts to reach Europe have changed in 2018, but the danger remained, if not increased. In early 2018 majority of refugees and migrants was coming to Europe through Greece, but towards the end of...
2019 - Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care for Children, New Bulgarian University
We are sharing this report, prepared by the Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU at the invitation of "Hope and Homes for Children - Bulgaria" (HHC). The evaluation presented in the document was prepared by the research team of...
2019 - BRIS (Children´s Rights in Society) and Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia’s Foundation
It is easy to get confused and lost as a parent when it comes to discussing internet with your children, and especially keeping them safe while online. To help you with this challenge, BRIS (Children´s Rights in Society) and Prince Carl Philip and...
2019 - Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA, Education and Youth Policy Analysis)
The report explores the policies and measures implemented by top-level educational authorities across Europe to support integration of students with immigration background in schools. This includes steps implemented in relation to placing in schools...
2019 - Opening Doors
“Opening Doors” reports that Austria has a well-established social welfare system but still faces some obstacles concerning deinstitutionalisation and child justice. The insufficiency of the existing quality standards of residential care and the...
2019 - Opening Doors
According to “Opening Doors”, Bulgaria is a precursor Member State regarding policies and reforms in the children welfare system leading to deinstitutionalisation, mainly through its plan to achieve a full transition from institutional to family and...
2019 - Opening Doors
“Opening Doors” brings to attention the lack of commitment of the Romanian administration regarding the process of deinstitutionalisation of children social and welfare system, especially due to the delays in the allocation EU funds and the lack of...

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