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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!
Using Social Media and the Arts to Transform Gender Norms: Case Study from the Young Men Initiative
The publication collects five case studies of the work of Care Intenrational Balkans addressing gender equality, gender-based violence through engaging young men (15-19), youth organisations.
Good Practice in Child Participation (in EU Member States)
The following list of identified good practice in Member States is listed as Annex 2. of the document "Evaluation of legislation, policy and practice on child participation in the European Union (EU)" starting on page 267.
Youth government with real power to influence: City of Érd (Hungary)
The local government of Érd has approved a plan to create a youth local government, which will have a yearly budget, can participate in the regular local government meetings - and can submit proposals that pertain to students of the city.
Eurochild & EAPN: "Towards Children's Well-Being in Europe"
Eurochild and the Eruopean Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) joined forces two years ago to produce the Explainer "Towards Children's Well-Being in Europe".
Improving health equity through action across the life course
After its final event, DRIVERS published three reports on early child development, employment & working conditions, and income & social protection.
Empowering parents - Eltern AG
The Eltern AG - empowerment program aims at coaching parents from disadvantaged backgrounds to prepare them for educating and caring for their children effectively. The intervention happens pre-natal or at a very early child age.
Flexible child care for single parent families – Mom’artre
Network for after school childcare for disadvantaged families. The Môm’artre network creates new kinds of spaces for after-school childcare, helping children to develop mainly through art.