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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European Research on Restorative Juvenile Justice. Research and Selection of the Most Effective Juvenile Restorative Justice Practices in Europe: Snapshots from 28 EU Member States
The report at hand constitutes the first of three publications stemming from a project initiated and conducted by the European Council for Juvenile Justice in 2014 titled “European Model for Restorative Justice with Juveniles”. - informative portal to prevent online child abuse cases in Moldova
The Internet undeniably has many advantages. Used as a means of communication, it helps us fulfill our thirst for knowledge, by complementing and continually updating it.
Reintegration of Child Trafficking Victims [review of 5 practices]
This article presents a short review of five different publications about reintegration of child trafficking victims. The publications are based on case studies and the experiences of those working on reintegration issues.
To be a Dad
About a year ago a consortium of 10 Bulgarian NGOs launched a MenCare campaign in support of active male engagement in child care. For the very first time a national fatherhood campaign is organized in Bulgaria.
Antisuicid helpline in Moldova
Antisuicid helpline from Moldova provided by the "Altruism" NGO was launched in December 2012.
Fostering Healthy Futures (FHF)
Target Population: Boys and girls, ages 9-11, recently placed in out-of-home care as a result of maltreatment For children/adolescents ages: 9 – 11 Brief Description
Research and Selection of the Most Effective Juvenile Restorative Justice Practices in Europe: Snapshots from 28 EU Member States
This  publication is dedicated to taking stock of restorative justice in the European Union and to identifying best practices of restorative justice with young offenders in the 28 EU Member States.
Restoring Family Links
ICRC offers a platform for bringing families together, especially those thousands of family members who are separated by conflicts, disasters or migration every year.
Strategies to combat segregation of Romani children in schools
Segregation of Romani children in education persists and alters preschool, primary, and lower secondary education continent wide.
Brave Phone: helpline for children and parents
Brave Phone is non-governmental, non-profit organization established in 1997 aiming to help and protect abused and neglected children and to implement social services for children, their parents and professionals.


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