Include English

Locked out: How more refugees must benefit from new smartphone apps | Destination Unknown

In the wake of vast numbers of people seeking safety in the Middle East and Europe, the global online community has stepped in to offer help through technology. The movement has been named ‘Digital Humanitarianism’ – where individuals voluntarily provide or support humanitarian relief online, usually through crowdfunding.


Human Trafficking Can Affect Vulnerable Populations: Those With Disabilities

About the webinar:

Midwest Regional Children's Advocacy Center offers a webinar on human trafficking. Participants will learn how individuals with developmental disabilities are highly vulnerable to being trafficked and becoming prey to commercial exploitation. Participants will learn how to respond to youth who they suspect might be victimized and how a forensic interview could be conducted.  Information from case studies will be utilized.

Learning Objectives:


[European Union] EU must stop Hungary’s degradation of civil society space | Destination Unknown

New laws within Hungary could have a devastating effect on civil society in the country and across the region. Sendrine Constant, Head of the Eastern European Zone at Terre des Hommes - Destination Unknown campaign coordinator, explains the dangerous effects this law could have.

How is the new law being proposed in Hungary affecting NGOs?


[Bosnia and Herzegovina] ’Let’s ginga together’ project begins with workshops for children and youth in Banja Luka

Blue phone in cooperation with the sports association "Capoeira Banjaluka" will commence the implementation of 16 combined workshops of Capoeira and non-violent communications for children and young people under 18 years old, beginning on July 18, 2017.


[European Union] What is EU doing about unaccompanied refugee children?

The recent commencement of the summer season and the rising temperatures that occur as a result, signify the expectation and forecast of European states for an increasing number of refugees and migrants seeking safety in the continent through dangerous sea travel. This cause of concern has prompted uncertainty and worry among European leaders and their agendas in addressing this issue.


[Romania] Trainings to teachers/trainers of Second chance programmes are being delivered/ Robin project

Within the European project "ROBIN- Reinforcing Competences to Build Inclusion through a New learning methodology”- ref. no. 2015-1-RO01-KA204-015001, financed by Erasmus+ programme until October 2017, trainings have been planned and first ones already implemented.  


SCNWB is looking for consultants for Implementation of the package of trainings and supervisory support

Save the Children NWB office is looking for consultants for:

1) Implementation of the package of expert trainings and supervision for professionals and of capacity development programme for parents targeting centres for development of inclusive practices and

2) Implementation of the package of trainings and supervisory support focused on strengthening team work skills, strategic planning and innovations in service provision targeting centres for development of inclusive practices.

Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Contract – Part-Time


[Hungary] Hungarian sociologist - Tdh staff - honoured as Trafficking in Persons Hero at US ceremony

Each year, the Department of State honors individuals around the world who have devoted their lives to the fight against human trafficking. These individuals are NGO workers, lawmakers, police officers, and concerned citizens who are committed to ending modern slavery. They are recognized for their tireless efforts—despite resistance, opposition, and threats to their lives—to protect victims, punish offenders, and raise awareness of ongoing criminal practices in their countries and abroad.


We must stop locking up refugees | Destination Unknown

Members of the Destination Unknown campaign have signed a joint statement welcoming the Council of Europe’s increased attention on issues facing migrants in administrative detention, and to express collective concern on the issue. A fundamentally different approach is needed if the Council of Europe’s current process to develop European rules on the conditions for the administrative detention of migrants is to truly respect the human rights of those being detained because of their migration status.


[International] 2017 Global Conference on Children on the Move: 12-13 June, 2017

The 2017 Global Conference on Children on the Move was hosted in Berlin, Germany from June 12-13. The conference had mandated for the demonstration of the benefits of collective action in order to achieve results for children on the move. Secondly, the conference sought to analyze and establish plans to accelerate the enactment of commitments taken towards children on the move. Lastly, the future for harmonious societies was explored during the conference.



Subscribe to Child Protection Hub for South East Europe RSS

This project is funded by: