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18 Sep 2018
Why do some children leave school, what are marital obligations, what is your future occupation and why should we say STOP to child marriages – are some of the questions we asked children of higher grades in four primary schools in Serbia (Primary...
19 Jul 2018
The Children's Drop Inn Shelter and the Center for Youth Integration organized the, fourth in a row, event in which cafe shops, bars and restaurants in Belgrade, Novi Sad and Pancevo, donated the income from the sold lemonades on the July 14th to...
12 Jul 2017
A recent study published on 12 July 2017 by the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE) at the London School of Economics suggests that a family’s income affects directly a child’s life prospects. The findings suggest that family income...
02 Dec 2016
'The National' reports that the world marked the UN’s International Day of People with Disabilities, which aims to break down barriers and raise awareness. But in Bosnia, where a bitter civil war has contributed to nearly 10 per cent of the...
28 Sep 2016
MenCare partner Parteciparte is using theater to transform fatherhood in Italy. Its TranSparent festival, held on October 1-2 in Rome, will use interactive performances to dismantle patriarchal ideas about parenthood and to promote inclusion and...
12 Jul 2016
The Independent communicates the findings of research conducted between April and May 2016 by the Pew Research Centre. The research focused on Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Britain, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Hungary and Poland and produced...
08 Jul 2016
On the occasion of International Day of Refugees, Terre des hommes representatives went to two schools in Bucharest – School no. 73 “Barbu Delavrancea” and Technology High School “Dimitrie Gusti” – where they held an interactive class regarding the...
25 Jan 2016
The European Roma Rights Centre reports that the deaths of two small Romani children on January 1 and January 3  in Slovakia went largely unremarked and unreported in the European media. One child froze to death, the other died in a fire. This last...
16 Jul 2015
The Council of Europe Commissioner's Human Rights Comments dispel myths about Roma migration in Europe. First, says Commissioner Nils Muižnieks, the number of Roma migrants in some places has stayed stable in recent years, not increased as media in...

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