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20 Feb 2020
One of the most popular video-sharing applications, TikTok, has rolled out a new feature for children under the age of 13: TikTok for Younger Users, which only shows videos specifically curated for that age group. Young users can NOT: share comment...
05 Feb 2020
In a new press release, the EU highlighted their role in international efforts to eliminate Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) via their support for a number of projects worldwide, and by including the elimination of FGM in their human rights and...
14 Nov 2019
The “Start to Talk” campaign was launched by the Council of Europe to fight against the abuse of children in sports. Sport is a good way to learn how to be resilient, how to cope with failures and how to be a team member, but it can create a...
18 Oct 2019
In France, more than 220,000 women suffer abuse from their partner each year, and one woman dies every three days as a result of domestic violence. The French National Assembly voted to approve, among other things, a bracelet that would protect...
04 Dec 2018
On December 4th a European Commission released a Second report about the progress made in preventing human trafficking. From 2015, when fight was started, until today, huge progress has been made but there are still topics and problems that must be...
20 Feb 2018
The grant program addressed to young people to implement activities for vulnerable children has been finalized. In total, 2.700 children participated in the organization of activities aimed at mobilizing young people to initiate activities that meet...
07 Jul 2016
At the Eurochild conference hosted in Brussels, participants gathered to discuss the reasons Europe as a whole needs to invest in children. Policy makers and professionals working with children and politicians attended the conference and were also...
21 Dec 2015
Blomberg Business reports that with more than 1 million apps in the Apple and Android stores, it would be easy to assume we are nearing the limit of developers to come up with new creations. That would be a mistake.  The latest example: Apps aimed...
09 Jul 2015
A national policy dialogue on preventing adverse childhood experiences (ACE) was held in Podgorica, Montenegro on 6 July 2015 hosted by WHO, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare. Ms Mina Brajovic, Head of WHO Country...
01 Jul 2015
MediaFax reports that the British Agency for Combating Organized Crime (National Crime Agency - NCA) in partnership with the British Embassy in Bucharest, released on Wednesday in Bucharest, the International Child Protection Certificate (...

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