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14 Jul 2015
Non-governmental organization "September 7", in partnership with NGO "Eye of Vision" organized a ten-day camp for children, which will be held in the neighbourhood "7 September" with the motto "All in school for a better future". The purpose of this...
14 Jul 2015
'The Guardian' reports about the situation of girls with autism in the UK. Currently in the UK, there is only one school for autistic girls. As the head of the school Sarah Wilds claims, the girls showing autistic behaviour are often not recognized...
02 Jul 2015
‘The Guardian’ reports about a continuous campaign organized by Children of Prisoners Europe (Cope) to raise policy makers’ awareness about the situation of children whose parents are jailed. At the moment, there are approximately 800 thousand...
08 Jun 2015
‘The Wellhouse’ reports on sex trafficking in Birmingham, the Homewood area. It emphasizes that both women, and children are massively involved into the network of prostitution. Through the ‘GoFundMe’ site, the local Homewood community tries to...
05 Jun 2015
'The Oxford Student' reports on human trafficking and slavery emphasizing that out of 36 million slaves in the world today, a quarter of them are children sold for sex work, domestic or manual labor. A million of these children are enslaved as sex...
11 May 2015
The Alliance of NGOs Active in Social Protection of the Child and Family started, through a public awareness exhibition (in the center of Chisinau city,) the activities dedicated  to the “Global Action Week”, organized simultaneously in about 100...
16 Apr 2015
'MediaFax' has written a news article on at-home child-rearing. Among poor families, and often in the countryside, children are not brought up according to modern standards (i.e. doctor appointments, modern medication/antibiotics). UNICEF states...

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