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06 Dec 2019
On 2 December 2019, the Council of Europe and the Czech Judicial Academy delivered a training to launch the e-learning of combating trafficking in human beings, developed under the Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) Programme of...
06 Dec 2019
New Zealand is currently pioneering new philosophy and approaches to government, and is actively trying to challenge the ‘growth’ paradigm of current economic budgetary thinking across Western and English speaking countries. There are several...
05 Dec 2019
Within the regional ChildHub initiative, the Center for Youth Integration, in cooperation with the Republic Institute for Social Protection and the Network of Children's Organizations of Serbia (MODS), organized the Conference 'Children in the...
05 Dec 2019
The National Children's Network (NCN) reported that 3 December was International Day of People with Disabilities. The event featured the exhibition ‘We Can Also!’, organized by the Parents in Action civic formation, which emphasizes the right of...
05 Dec 2019
ChildHub conducted regional research on the needs and capacity gaps of the social service workforce in seven countries in 2015/16. The lead researcher, Bree Akesson, and Albanian researcher Elona Dhembo, recently published an article in the European...
04 Dec 2019
According to Kosovo Police sources, 34 operational plans have been conducted from the beginning of the year until September 2019, with the investigation of 114 premises, which resulted in shutting down 43 of them. Until now, the authorities have...
04 Dec 2019
The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) sent their views on the findings of the Disability Rights International report, which was presented last week, to news website Dnevnik. The Ministry called the findings tendentious, unrepresentative,...
03 Dec 2019
There is a research, called Bucharest Early Intervention Project started by Nathan Fox and his team, which compares the outcomes of children who grew up in foster homes with children who lived in orphanages. They started it a couple of years ago...
03 Dec 2019
The number of church-run schools in Hungary has doubled since 2010 - claims Zsolt Semjén the deputy prime minister in charge of Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national and ethnic minorities adding that 14 percent of the total...
02 Dec 2019
On the occasion of the celebration of November 20, International Children's Day, Friends of Children of Serbia published data from the mini-survey Children and Traditional and New Media, conducted in Children's Week during the Student Parliaments...

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