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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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Terre des hommes Mission in Albania is seeking to recruit:
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"It is great to be part of this group", " I look so much forward to the gathering of my group", "This feels so right; it is very helpful and reassuring at the same time" — these are only a few of the appreciative words coming from the members of the Peer-to-Peer/mentoring groups organized by Chil
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***The translation of these resources were made possible from three very devoted Childhub volunteers:
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  Save the Children is recruiting a motivated and experienced expert for the position of Project Coordinator. The position is full-time.
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Exit News reported that 55% of Albanian child victims of sexual violence live in poverty, according to a report presented by Barnhaus Albania.
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Teachers and psychologists have opened up about the hardships they face while teaching in the classroom again after switching from online classes and the socially isolated students they have to deal with.
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Exit News suggested that EU Member States and the UK should consider rehabilitating Albanian survivors of human trafficking in the country of rescue instead of sending back them to Albania, where they face many risks upon their return, like stigmatization, re-trafficking, family rejection, social
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Albania has made some progress in tackling human trafficking, but there is still more work to do.
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Terre des hommes appeals to the State Police and other law enforcement agencies to be guided by the principles of human rights protection and, in particular, the rights of the child, in all procedural acts related to minors who may have participated in recent protests in the country.
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A research review on the application of restorative justice in cases involving child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania was conducted within the “i-RESTORE - Better Protecting Child Victims Rights through Restorative Justice” project. The EU-funded project is led by Terre des
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Terre des hommes Mission in Albania is seeking to contract an expert who displays the human, ethical and technical demands for developing and conducting a 12-day training on Career Counselling for Youth Life Skills in Shkoder, Kukes and Dibra.
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Albanian Minister of Health Ogerta Manastirliu announced in a statement to the media that by 1 December, teaching in high schools will alternate between schools and homes remotely.
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According to a report from World Vision more than half of children in Albania and Kosovo suffered or are suffering stress from missing school friends due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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On The World Children’s day, 20 November, international agencies and organizations (European Union, UNICEF, Save the Children, World Vision and Terre des hommes) make a stand for disadvantaged children so that they could receive more government support every year.
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  In the International Day for Children's Rights the message that was conveyed through a press release from the EU and main Organizations of Child's Rights asks for everyone to "Raise the voice and #Reimagine a better world for every child in Albania".
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Albanian soprano Ermonela Jaho has been made Ambassador of 'CRCA / ECPAT Albania' in the fight against violence and sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
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Within last years, from 2010 to September 2019, nearly 193,000 Albanian citizens applied for asylum in EU countries. The phenomenon reached its highest points in 2015 when 67,000 Albanians applied for asylum that year alone.
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On 12 November 2020, Terre des hommes Foundation Mission in Albania organized an online training on "Psychological Reactions of Victims of Trafficking in Persons and its Effect on Investigation and Prosecution of the Crime of Trafficking in Persons". 
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On November 10th a webinar on the topic "Child Trafficking in the Balkans - risk factors, procedures and good practices" was organized by the Child Protection Hub.
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  Terre des hommes Mission in Albania is seeking to contract two national consultants that display the professional capacities to conduct a Rapid assessment on family strengthening practices and frameworks in Tirana and Shkodra.
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In September 2020, UNICEF Albania launched the #TeBesoj campaign. The most prominent feature of the campaign is a series of installations of children’s silhouettes, each representing real children that have experienced sexual abuse in the country.
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Each year, Child10 recognises ten brave and inspiring leaders who fight for his valuable cause.
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It is estimated that around 140 Albanians left country to help non state military groups in Syria and some of them joined organisations together with their children.
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BiblioTech is the newest initiative of Tirana’s Municipality. It aims to facilitate children and young people as well older generation to enhance their digital literacy, which is a must for 21 Century, by equipping public libraries with PCs and Wi-Fi.
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SOS Hotline for Women and Child Victims of Violence, Nikšić, organised the second two-day national training in Montenegro, on 24–25 September 2020, in the framework of the project, “Improving the provision of services and raising awareness to combat trafficking in human beings in the
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  UNICEF Country Office in Albania is currently seeking a Child Protection Officer, who reports to the Child Protection Specialist.
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The director of the NGO ‘Save the children’ in Albania, Anila Meco, expressed her concerns related to the rights of children with special needs, especially when it comes at the schooling conditions.
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Some years ago, men and women left Albania to fight in Syria, taking their families, including small children, with them. Some men kidnapped their children and left. Those men killed in war left behind children who are now orphans in Syrian camps.
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“When we are educated, we are the ones who can make change happen and make the world a better place.”
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The Report summarizes a comprehensive overview of last year’s activity of the largest human rights institution in the country in accordance with its constitutional mandate.
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Summer is over and in Albania, children will go back to school on 14 September. But are they safe? According to the CRCA (Children's Rights Protection Centre), no one can guarantee that students’ health will be protected.
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Terre des hommes is looking for three curriculum developers/trainers to develop and conduct face to face and online training courses about restorative justice and its application with child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania.
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Terre des hommes Albania is launching the call for application till August 17, 2020 for the below consultanties:
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The European Union will soon launch a major programme to support Social Inclusion. The objective is to improve social care services, inclusive education and employment opportunities in Albania.
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Jonathan Center is a non-profit organization operating in Albania. Its mission is to help children with Down Syndrome and Autism, or children with special needs and to raise the awareness of their families to achieve the best.
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  As the COVID-19 effects continue in Albania, the situation of women and girls, especially, victims of gender based, and domestic violence, is heavily impacted.
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On Thursday, Ilir Meta, the President of Albania, has called for better policies against sexual violence and exploitation of children. He has called for a more comprehensive legal framework in order to stop the abuse as well. 
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Albania introduced their medical protocol on stopping “automatic gender assignment surgery” on infants born in the country. A European intersex organization has immediately criticized the new law.
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This study is based upon the review of 45 cases of potential victims of child trafficking: 31 girls and 14 boys, collected with the valuable contribution of the Child Protection Workers in the municipalities of Tirana,  Shkodër, Korcë, Bulqizë, Durrës, Elbasan, Kukës, Kamëz, Krujë, Kavajë, and Le
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At the end of June a new protocol was approved in Albania which stops surgical intervention on intersex babies. First of all, it is important to clarify what ’intersex’ means.
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More than 250 resources on the protection of children during the COVID-19 pandemic are available on http://covid.childhub.org/ More than 27,400 child protection news, learning materials and opportunities on
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This Course is designed for state and non-state anti-trafficking stakeholders and professionals involved during the exchange of information among parties: Offices of Anti-trafficking National Coordinators, Contact Points assigned for the implementation of the USOPs, potential case managers, as we
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Thousands of citizens and civil society activists demonstrated in Tirana last Thursday after a 15-year-old girl suffered sexual abuse by staff at her school.
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In the current situation in Albania, the establishment of a model of reintegration for children in conflict with the law is urgent. International expert Tim Chapman and Tdh Albania, in collaboration with all major state and non-public stakeholders, are introducing a new model.
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Based on the identified needs for the preparation of a guide for the first-line professionals as well as striving to address interventions for the future, the Focus Center has prepared this guide “Child focused services”, which comes to the aid of multidisciplinary groups in effective treatment o
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  UNICEF has raised concerns that despite government attempts, human trafficking continues to be a reality for many Albanian citizens, young girls, and children.
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  Here there are three interesting resources for children of any age, which will help them understand and overcome the situation created by COVID 19 and also help them identify their emocions in any circumstances. First book - Flying Scientist
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Lockdowns, travel restrictions, resource cutbacks and other measures to curb the spread of the new coronavirus are putting victims of human trafficking at risk of further exploitation, while organized crime networks could further profit from the pandemic, according to the UN Office on Drugs and C
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COVID-19 has now spread to virtually every country in the world and has a devastating impact on people, economies, health systems, and communities.
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The Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) report highlights the identification of child victims of trafficking and the assistance measures which are provided to them as the two biggest gaps in the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Action agains
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  Alongside their annual report, GRETA has published a statement on the dangers of the coronavirus pandemic in relation to human trafficking.
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The Program Manager works under the guidance of Program Director on setting the programmatic objectives of RYCO to be achieved through RYCO projects and grant-making activities, and in line with the RYCO Strategic Plan (2019-2021), in regards to the upholding the RYCO institutional and organisati
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According to the report of The European Committee of Social Rights Albania doesn’t meet the provisions of the European Social Charter.
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  The content of this material aims to provide instructions on how we can talk about Coronavirus in a simple, clear and convincing way, while addressing the emotions that children in early childhub may feel.
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Call for short-term consultancy on Capitalization of best practice for the protection of the rights of the child is implemented in the framework of the project “Strengthening civil society to prevent and protect children from abuse and violence in Albania” financed by European Union (“Civil Socie
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Overall Objective of Assignment: The consultancy contributes to the successful realisation of the project “Strengthening institutional capacities on migration governance in Albania” implemented by IOM Tirana, through the financial support of the IOM Development Fund.
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This report shows the existing and most prevalent social norms in India in the context of human trafficking and critically analyse their influence and practice; the emerging social sanctions and identify barriers to transformation of regressive norms, which perpetuate gender discrimination and vi
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UNICEF's Country Office in Albania (CO) is committed to tackling human trafficking of Albanian children and women (young girls in particular) and in order to do so efficiently, the CO has to address and take into account issues such as: gender-based violence, especially domestic, intimate partner
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Childhub project, in its second phase of implementation, has committed to offer technical support to young professionals working in the child protection field through a peer to peer / mentoring system (PtP) approach.  The support will mainly target issues concerning case management in the young p
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  Ina Verzivolli, of UNICEF Albania, was invited to the ‘Dita Jone’ program on A2 TV, to discuss issues related to online safety and the concept of ‘Friendly Wi-Fi’. 
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A Strategic Action Plan for Roma and Traveller Inclusion 2020–2025 plan has been announced by the Council of Europe. The action plan notes that 10–12 million Roma and Travellers in Europe are extremely poor and excluded.
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New amendments to the Criminal Code are being requested by representatives of the Parliament of Albania. These proposals include five years in prison for beating or pressuring women, and up to ten years for rape.
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The Report on “Pre-University Education situation on preventing violent extremism” presents a summary of the views of the education staff on the existence of mechanisms that guarantee the safety of children at school, their forms and effectiveness in resolving violent radicalization cases, as wel
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This survey report, carried as a common action of UNICEF Albania and IPSOS, is part of an international research project called Global Kids Online, let by UNICEF Office Of Research Inocenti, London School of Economics and European Union Kids Online Network.
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ChildHub conducted regional research on the needs and capacity gaps of the social service workf
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August last year, a 3 year old little boy went home from kindergarten with bruises on his arm. He told his parents he was assaulted by the director, Nashi Shehapi.
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  Instructional Designer of Online Course on Unified Standard Operating Procedures.
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The Mayor of Tirana is working on building a kid friendly city. Started with playgrounds, kindergartens and nurseries and still has further motivation to build more playgrounds and better schools.
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  This report aims to highlight the need for a special law in Albania with a focus on preventing trafficking in persons and protecting victims / potential victims of trafficking, based on an analysisof domestic legislation and international practices in this field.
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70 per cent of children aged between 8 and 18 in Albania affected by some form of violence based on a report by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights in 2018.
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General Minimum Requirements The general minimum requirements for working with the OSCE are:
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The user's guide and training module on ‘Unified Standard Operating Procedures for Transnational Cooperation on Case Management - Based on the Annex to Bi-National Protocols for the Protection of Victims and Potential Victims of Trafficking with a Special Focus on Children’ for Albania, Kosovo, M
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As part of the ‘Child Protection System Strengthening for Children in Conflict with the Law’ project, funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Matra-programme, Defence for Children - ECPAT Youth the Netherlands, Terre des hommes Kosovo, and Terre des hommes Albania have established a bila
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  THE NEW DEADLINE FOR APLICATIONS IS SEPTERMBER 6th, 2019
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The social reintegration of children in conflict with the law is the newest initiative of the Juvenile Justice Program of Tdh Albania.
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This report presents country-of-origin information (COI) on Albania specifically relating to trafficked boys and young men published between 1 January 2016 and 31 March 2019, as well as information generated by interviewing a range of stakeholders between December 2018 and March 2019.
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What happens in the early years of a child's life has a major impact on the health and development of the child. To be healthy, babies should only be fed with breastmilk in the first 6 months, but it is very important to continue breastfeeding after the 6th month too.