Alternative Care

[Bulgaria] The deinstitutionalization process in Bulgaria expected to be completed within the next year
Date of publication: 2019
Bulgaria ON AIR shared a video interview with Evgeniya Toneva from the Center for the Alternative Care for Children at NBU.
Director: Tanya's Dream - A Special Initiative Aimed at Shifting the Way Bulgaria Cares for at Risk Children and Families
Date of publication: 2019
Job title: Director Location: Preferably based in or near Brussels (other locations within Europe will also be considered) Job status: Full-time position
[United Kingdom] Finding the Most Effective Support for Children Going into Care
Date of publication: 2019
There is a strong link between a harmful childhood and physical and mental health. The negative effects of abuse and neglect can somewhat be reversed if children receive secure, loving care in a stable home environment.
[Greece] HOME Project Greece receives 2020 Child 10 Award for Protection of Refugee Children
Date of publication: 2019
The HOME Project Greece won Child 10's annual award on the EU's Anti-Trafficking day, 18 October.
[United Kingdom] More Families Needed for Children Awaiting Adoption
Date of publication: 2019
In England, 4,140 children have been recommended for adoption, but only 1,700 families are approved to adopt; there are twice as many children waiting to be adopted then families ready to adopt. Of those waiting to be adopted:
The Social Circus Project and the aim of finding a future for children without parents [Website link]
Date of publication: 2019
The Bulgarian NOVA Television reported about the "Social Circus Project" by psychologists and artists project, which aims to find a vocation for children without parents and disadvantaged people on the verge of puberty.
[Hungary] Attila Fülöp: Every child has the right to grow up in a family
Date of publication: 2019
Unfortunately, not every child has the possibility to grow up in a family. These children live in children’s home or with foster parents.
[Hungary] [Hungary] The aim is to develop family-oriented child protection system
Date of publication: 2019
State Secretary for Social Affairs at the Ministry of Human Resources in Hungary, Attila Fülöp said that there were 23,000 children in the child protection system in Hungary.
[Hungary] "There was no experience of university students in state care”
Date of publication: 2019
In a Marie Claire interview, 20-year-old Rahel, living in state care, talks about what motivated her to continue her education and the challenges she had faces in her everyday life.
[Hungary] Unique procedure in Csongrad County
Date of publication: 2019
Within the framework of the 23rd AGOTA camp, an agreement was signed to strengthen the cooperation between the experts of the Csongrad County signalling system.

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