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09 Jun 2019
HOPe Restaurant, created and run by the Foundation for Social Change and Inclusion (FSCI) NGO in Sofia, Bulgiaria, is a 'restaurant with excellent food and a noble mission'.  HOPe Restaurant opened its doors in September 2016, and has since offered ...
24 May 2018
“Our idea is to help young people who are leaving the alternative care system, shelters, foster homes, or foster families, to become more independent. We think this is a more effective way, because we have gone through similar experiences ourselves...
16 Apr 2018
After the qualitative study on street situations children (CSS) in Moldova, carried out in autumn 2017, Tdh Moldova continues its work in this area, inviting Professor Daniel Stoecklin, child protection expert from Switzerland, to hold a special...
Every Child Needs a Family - UNICEF BiH conference and campaign
06 Oct 2017
The conference "Every child needs a family" was held in Sarajevo on October 3, organized by the BiH Parliament Human Rights Committee, with the support of UNICEF BiH and the European Union, it brought together representatives of relevant ministries...
Latest developments in deinstitutionalisation across Europe
01 Dec 2016
December 2016 marks the official start of Phase II of the Opening Doors for Europe’s Children, a pan-European campaign to support national efforts to develop child protection systems that strengthen families and ensure high-quality family and...
26 Sep 2016
The Guardian reports that up to eight million children live in orphanages across the world, despite more than 90% having at least one living parent. Disabled children are overwhelmingly represented, and can remain in institutionalised care for life...
02 Aug 2015
ABC News reports on the commemorations for Roma Holocaust Memorial Day, which the European Parliament designated as August 2, to remember the approximately 220,000 Roma killed by Nazi Germany and its allies. About one quarter of those victims were...

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