Promising practices

This page collects descriptions and summaries of child protection practices that have been tried and tested and seem to work. While it would be presumptuous to call them 'best practices', they show great promise. We hope you can learn from them!

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Positive Practices for Child Participation in the EU: Roma Children
Child participation in all aspects of modern society is extremely important for the good development of children.
Positive Practices for Child Participation in the EU: Children under protection and alternative care (ChildHub Summary)
Child participation in all aspects of modern society is extremely important for the good development of children.
Positive Practices for Child Participation in the EU: Disabled Children
Child participation in all aspects of modern society is extremely important for the good development of children.
4 Positive Practices for Social Inclusion of the Roma Community [Childhub Review]
Over the past few years,  there have been many lessons that have been learned in regards to facilitating Roma Inclusion.
“Better Protected Children” project
Our Children Foundation in Bulgaria presents its project “Better Protected Children” which aims to address the way Bulgarian society and professionals understand the safety of children at risk when there are protection measures in family environme
Special Delivery: Paying it Forward, Write a Letter
CARE offers a touching means for expressing one's compassion with the refugee situation. Now it is possible to write a heartfelt message of hope directly to a Syrian refugee.
Poland Is Pioneering the World’s First National Open Textbook Program
Education is a cornerstone to the development of an individual in many regards.
Greenfield, Kent- a place of individual care for every child
Greenfields is a place where the child’s view is taken seriously.
Negative phenomena, their consequences and prevention
During the month of September 2015, the Office for Human Rights in Kosovo Police held two meetings with 27 students of the gymnasium "Sami Frasheri" in Pristina.

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