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On the Youth Voice Matters Conference there was a co-delivered workshop on what they learnt about how disabled young people can raise their voice and be heard in healthcare. One of the authors summarized his experiences learnt when he was also…
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According to early data, the Covid -19 crisis caused both baby boom and bust it all depends on the region. The fertility rates across the globe are unsatisfactory. People now live longer and more expensive lives and wealthy nations all would like…
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A new report by the Council of Europe states that technology, which is used for detecting online sexual abuse of children must show respect for human rights and the rule of law. During Covid-19 pandemic the exchange of online child abuse materials…
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According to research, this past year has been a major challenge for young people. Restrictions have made it especially hard to do the things we enjoy outdoors, so it's no surprise people feel unmotivated. Here are some tips for dealing with…
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On 17 June, a Follow-up Seminar on the Implementation of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities of the Council of Europe was held in Belgrade. It underlined that the rights of people belonging to national minorities must…
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A cross – sector strategy across youth support services is going to be established by the UK Youth by 2025 to improve youth work. The main point is to help the youth to get the right support by improving collaboration across services. The services…
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Paul Bywaters, a social work professor and care review adviser, believes that children’s social care should be refocused on investing in families and putting an end to poverty. According to Bywaters, the review should recognize that almost all…
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First-grade teacher Alissa Alteri Shea, shares the path she took to make outdoor learning a key and a permanent component of her teaching. In response to remote learning caused by the pandemic, Alissa Alteri Shea joined Inside-Outside: Nature-…
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The Annual Report of the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel, an independent expert panel reviewing serious safeguarding cases, has been published for 2020. The report shows that local safeguarding partners maintained support for vulnerable…
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According to the special rapporteur on Child Protection, Ireland may potentially be a ‘world leader’ in using facility dogs when it comes to assisting in the needs of those who suffered sexual abuse. New research will examine the effectiveness of…
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Feelings of stress and anxiety have intensified for many parents due to social distancing, lockdown and other pandemic measures that have meant being away from family and friends. The right, timely support is essential for parents in the perinatal…
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Violent discipline is experienced by almost two out of three children across the globe. A recent Harvard University study shows the detrimental effects spanking can have on a child’s brain development. Areas in the brain of spanked children…
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Empathy is the ability to share in others' feelings and perspectives, and for teachers, understand their student's academic needs. In education, an empathy map is a simple visual that captures knowledge about students behaviors, attitudes, needs,…
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Being mistreated as a child is often a painful and memorable experience. That is what has happened to a woman, Victoria Pritchard. As an adult had she just realized that she had the right to claim her social services file. People aren’t aware The…
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A new report commissioned by the Irish Ombudsman for Children's Office, Mind the Gap, concerning the rights of children with disabilities found that due to an emphasis on adults, data and official statistics on children is widely missing from the…