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The Irish state police child protection service found a Dublin girl with skin infections living in inhumane conditions and rushed her to hospital, publishes the Child Care Law Reporting Project (CCLRP).
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Community Care reports on the practice of shifting child protection conferences to virtual meetings because of Covid-19 and the miscellaneous observations by both professionals and parents.
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"Blackpool Council outlines their therapeutic focus on preparing young people with the skills to be able to commit to life within a family unit."
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Unicef has launched a domestic emergency response in the UK for the first time in its more than 70-year history to help feed children hit by the Covid-19 crisis.
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A  study, carried out by Nuffield Family Justice Observatory and King’s College London, shows that many parents are concerned about the safety of online remote child protection meetings and feel that it has made it harder for them to participate. 
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A recent report published by UNICEF describes the social and economic effects of the pandemic on children, and Australia being one of the lea
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The news website, Dnevnik, reported that prolonged isolation due to COVID restrictions, and the economic consequences the pandemic has had for families has created various typ
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On Friday, 11 December 2020,  NGO Center for Children's Rights of Montenegro organized a panel discussion on the topic of the impact of a crisis caused by the COVID19 on children and socially vulnerable families.
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National Network for Children in partnership with Karin Dom Foundation and the Municipality of Varna has published two handbooks for early childhood intervention.
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A pilot project in Worcester showed positive results in supporting children’s early education and reducing racial inequities. The project called “Building Resilient Children” involved family, children, and educators.
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The report describes the difficulties of refugees especially families with children in a pandemic situation, using the example of a struggling mother with two children in Bulgaria.
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County Council’s Network published their review on the consequences of Coronavirus on the operation of children’s social services. The Network saw a 15% rise in referrals made in July, August and September — the first three months following the first lockdown.
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For children in foster care, kinship care or adoptive homes, life constantly brings up challanges like clinical and social ones, and complex issues. An updated AAP clinical report describes these challanges and provides pediatricians practical guidance and resources. 
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SOS The Children's Villages provided information on the backlog in deinstitutionalization, the operation of more than 80 closed institutions, the lack of educational criteria for quality care, and the inhibition of institutionalization of the lives of vulnerable children, which h
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In a recent Family Voices report, it was indicated that families who have children with life-limiting conditions want more funding for two hospices in Wales.
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In early November of 2020, meetings of the Steering Committees (Association of FBiH and Association of RS) were held, along with an extended meeting of the Board of the Association of Social Workers and Other Social Workers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with representatives of the OSCE Mission to Bi
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In late October, a four-day training for the implementation of the Program for the Development of Children's Socio-emotional Competencies was held in Bjelašnica, and was attended by employees of daycare centers and centers for social work from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
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Mindfulness for Kids is a guide on how to introduce mindfulness and meditation to your children, at any age.
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Many children and families across the globe have been affected by COVID-19.
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Official statistics show that one in five children in the UK experiences domestic abuse. This has long term consequences for a child's psycho-social development.
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Community Care reported that in Kent, unaccompanied asylum-seeking children are being held at short-term centres for 17 hours on average and often overnight with no sleeping facilities, without talking to any social workers.
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Discussing her employment as a child protection social worker, Jennifer speaks about her experience. She represents one of 30,700 children's social specialists in the UK.
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The organisation TASZ was faced on several occasions with the fact that parents are informed in the guardianship office, that if they stand up for their rights, they will not get their children back.
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In March 2020, the project "Safe places, unhindered development of children - integration of practices based on knowledge about the effects of traumatic experience in the system of alternative care (TIP)" began.
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Luton has announced the official launch of their social work academy for children’s services. They understand the importance and the need for newly qualified social workers and to provide them a mentored learning environment, where they can develop. The aims of the academy:
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Let's be honest. Being a parent is hard. Being a parent is complicated. Being a mom is overwhelming. Being a dad is confusing. Children are often bored. Parents are sometimes bored with their children.
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"It is morally and economically imperative that adoptive families are given the right support from day one.” – says the author of a new report, Becky Brooks.
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We are sharing this material by the Bulgarian National Television (BNT), which tells the story of Sylvia and her work with marginalized communities in Bulgaria. The video is in Bulgarian.
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Surrey in the UK is helping lonely children seeking asylum. Here are the personal stories of two young people whom Surrey worked with. Mohammed’s story
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UNICEF’s mission in Moldova is to make sure every child in the country is healthy, educated and safe from harm, therefore having the best start in life and a fair chance to reach her or his full potential and benefit from the country’s prosperity.
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In England, the Ministry of Justice has confirmed that painful restraint will be removed from the core syllabus for officers escorting children, but the technique will now appear in a new section on personal safety.
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For six years now, InDaHouse Hungary has helped children living in small villages in Borsod County catch up with their studies.
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At present, it is difficult to find a kindergarten in Hungary where an autistic child can be educated in an integrated manner, despite a memorandum of association which states that children with special educational needs must also be accepted into such institutions.
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Returning to childminder, preschool or crèche might be stressful for children as they probably have already adapted to the new situation created by the pandemic. The following guidelines can help to support them.
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“Magic Moments” is a campaign that hopes to help create magical family-time. It was started by Hop! Media Group and the Bernard van Leer Foundation to promote a child’s development by creating precious family-time, together with their parents.
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The Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU, shared an announcement for the start of the admission process for the Master's programme Psycho-Social Interventions for Children and Families.
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NSPCC Learning has published a new learning tool on how Gillick competence and Fraser guidelines in order to help professionals working with children decide when to take into account a child's wish, but also keep them safe.
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'I’ll adopt a kindergarten' is an initiative in which supporters can adopt disadvantaged kindergartens, children’s workshops, study halls, and children’s homes to  help children in need.
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Emotional wellbeing and right mental health is very important in the very early childhood. This research explored the published literature in 2019 in UK and policy development about supporting very young children emotionally and mentally - from conception to reception.
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A recent bill aims to make adoption easier and faster, but experts find many of its elements problematic. In a joint resolution, the members of the Coalition for the Rights of the Child stated that certain points of the bill violate the rights of the child.
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COVID-19 has provided the pretext for pushing through changes that is deeply problematic and very contested.
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The Rosa Park Foundation, the Motivation Association and the Partners Hungary Foundation jointly conducted a non-representative survey among pedagogues who teach disadvantaged and Roma children. The research distinguishes four groups:
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Noémi Para, a school psychologist at the Sándor Plugor Art High School, switched to online help after the school switched to remote education.
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The article goes about those important people who are working generally for us in the background. These people and their significant jobs and roles are rarely mentioned, though their services are important during the crisis.
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A new research conducted collaboratively by the School for Policy Studies (University of Bristol) and Rees Centre (University of Oxford) highlights factors which explain the 'attainment gap' for English children who have been in need or in care at some point during their schooli
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Youth services are doing everything they can to help young people in need during the Covid-19 pandemic. They are especially focused on alleviating some of the impact on young people’s mental health:
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To stop the pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus, schools were closed in Hungary, as in many other countries around the world, and educational institutions switched to digital distance education.
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  Organisers: Tdh Albania, Nisma për Ndryshim Shoqëror ARSIS, Tjeter Vision.   About this webinar:
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UNICEF Child Rights Officer Viola Szlankó summarized how an epidemiological emergency affects child protection care in a new UNICEF blog post.
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Social work is truly effective if the practitioners are able to visit  children and families and make personal contact with them regularly.
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Regional social service and child protection authorities take care of those children whose parents were taken to the hospital with coronavirus, and who do not have any other relatives who could take care of them.
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A health crisis has a deep impact on anyone, but especially on those women who makes up 70 percent of health social sector workers, women and girls who are subject to gender-based violence (GBV) and girls who already facing troubles in their education.
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Being a child or working with them is always full of surprises. Thanks to their natural curiosity, they want to know everything and use questions to explore the world. A professional needs to be prepared to answer all of life's different questions, even on difficult topics.
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A survey shows that in the UK, 75% of 8,500 parents have co-slept with their baby at some point. Co-sleeping, especially under dangerous circumstances, increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Around 133 babies die each year in co-sleeping situations.
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There is a council in the UK where the councillor, a clinical commissioning group and other agencies are working together to identify and support children dealing with mental health problems. Bexley is delivering excellent services with compassion to help and protect children in need.
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According to the YMCA - the largest and oldest youth charity in the world, youth services in England and Wales have been cut by 70% between 2010 and 2020.
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Horrifying photos taken at a public institution that is supposed to care for disabled children outside of Sarajevo have recently been published. The photos show children with their hands bound together and tied to radiators.
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A 15-month-long research project was carried out to understand how social workers deal with the relationships they have with children and families, and in what ways these relationships are impacted by organizational culture, office design and staff support.
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One of the most popular video-sharing applications, TikTok, has rolled out a new feature for children under the age of 13: TikTok for Younger Users, which only shows videos specifically curated for that age group. Young users can NOT:
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Pershi Lastivky [Early Swallows] is a hit television drama series in Ukraine.
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Eurochild reported that over 60 Bulgarian civil society organisations (CSOs) called on six EU Commissioners in a letter to urge the Bulgarian government to effectively act against hate campaigns which question the need for civil society organisations.
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"Children are now more aware of their own mental health, and much more prepared to discuss it. This is very welcome. But children are also aware of how hard it is to get help, for them or for their friends.
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According to the Mayor of Carei, Jenő Kovács, education and jobs are needed for the integration of the Roma, so the municipality is developing more than six million in initiatives to help the local Roma community in closing the gap.
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Opening Doors brought together five major international organisations: Eurochild, Hope and Homes for Children, the International Foster Care Organisation (IFCO), the Europe
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A progressive decision has been made by the Child Welfare Office in the case of two families represented by TASZ, subsequently allowing children to return to their families.
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What can I do when I experience abuse? Dr Szilvia Gyurkó has gathered this information in one place and adds that the system is not flawless, there may be obstacles at every point, so it is better to ask for help from multiple channels.
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Since 1991, 25 November has been the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. More than 100 people in Budapest took part in a march to demand the Hungarian government take domestic violence seriously and ratify the Istanbul Convention.
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The Ministry of Human Resources (EMMI) declared their committment to combating violence against women on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women EMMI.
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The Bács-Kiskun County Child Protection Organizations held a professional conference on the effective operation of the signalling system and child-friendly justice on the International Day for Children’s Rights and the Prevention of Violence against Women.
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A campaign group in the UK, Pregnant then Screwed, recently published a study claiming every fifth of parents is forced to quit their jobs due to the high childcare costs and 62% of the respondents are forced to work in part-time (1800 parents were asked).
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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.
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Aspired Futures is a charitable organisation which offers different sport, cultural, educational and leisure activities to vulnerable children in the UK.
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Last school year took place in the program called "School after school". After evaluation, the Cluj-Napoca municipality considered it successful in all aspects and plans to extend the program to other schools in the following years.
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According to information by the newspaper 168 óra, the Budapest Police Headquarters has already launched two investigations into the Pest County Child Protection Center and Territorial Child Protection Service (PM Tegyesz), because of procedures for the immediate and without pre-arranging withdra
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‘Innovative Programme’, funded by the British government is designed to help support families where children are at risk of going into care bec
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‘If you don't take these children, the youngest ones will be adopted and you will never see them again’ — an ultimate given to the children’s grandmother and her husband by social services.
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Strict laws on child pornography are in force in Italy. For taking inappropriate photos of her children at just three years and 18 months old, their mother was sentenced to three years in prison.
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A summary has been published to answer the question: what are some of the elements of a healing environment for children who have experienced trauma?
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The Tulip Foundation, World Without Borders and the Samaritans Associations organised the workshop, ‘Together for Childhood without Violence’ in
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Gábor Varga, who is raising a severely disabled boy alone, has decided to set up a daycare centre to give parents a little breath, develop their children and provide them with meaningful care.
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Very often when fatal consequences occur in children served by child protection agencies and services, the question arises as to whether they can do something to prevent it, some critics argue that they could seriously risk the lives of children.
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Attila Fülöp, State Secretary for Social Affairs at the Ministry of National Resources, said at a community event in Tar, Nógrád County, that the government will introduce a foster parenting allowance from 1 January 2020.
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The Department of Health and Social Work in Bulgaria have announced a new admission for the Master's Program in Psychosocial Interventions with Children and Families.
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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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Asociatia Blondie is looking for volunteers to care for children who have been abandoned in hospitals. Carers would lovingly perform parental tasks like reading to and playing with the children. 
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Sfantu Gheorge Municipality, Covasna County Government, and SERA Romania Foundation jointly created a project worth €400,000, to establish a healing and development centre for disabled children in Sfatntu Gheorge.
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The Völgyzugoly Foundation f
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The 12th district municipality of Budapest is looking for a youth counsellor to do social work with children in street situation or children living in high rise communities.
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Montenegro is dedicated to ending violence against children and implementation of a multidisciplinary approach to prevent and end violence as well as preventing re-victimization of children victims and/or witnesses of violence.
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria announced that UNICEF is organizing Parenting Month for June 2019, during which the organization will share numerous materials to support parents in Bulgaria.
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The Terre des hommes Romania organized round table, Inter-Institutional Collaboration Practices for Assisting Vulnerable Minors, gathere
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We are happy to invite you for another session in the Childhub INSPIRE webinar series! On Thursday, March 21, we will have a pleasure to hear from excellent speaker about promising practice that has been implemented around the world, linked to the following INSPIRE strategy:
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The National Network for Children Bulgaria announced that the Health and Sport Directorates of the Municipality of Varna will launch eight new health programs this year.
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Radio Varna shared that Varna Municipality has provided a terrain of 2,400 square meters to the Karin Dom Foundation. The terrain will serve as a training center for the next two or three years and will be positioned as a training area for the Balkan colleagues of Karin Dom.
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The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is a neutral, impartial and independent humanitarian organization that works to protect and assist people affected by armed conflict and other situations of violence.
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“Opening Doors” reports that Austria has a well-established social welfare system but still faces some obstacles concerning deinstitutionalisation and child justice.
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In order to further develop and expand the operations, SOS Children's Villages Kraljevo is looking for an appropriate candidate for the position of Director of SOS C
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SOS Children's Villages Foundation is looking for the Team Leader of the SOS Representative on the Field, in Belgrade, Serbia. Key responsibilities:
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A webinar titled "Guidelines for the Child protection - Implementation of standards for the protection of children from violence in a local organization" is organized by the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia (MODS) together with
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Portal Cafe del Montenegro reported that the National SOS Children's Line has been launched in Montenegro.
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The Bulgarian Society for Group Analysis and Group Processes (BSGAGP) shared the short film "The Found Children" on their YouTube channel.
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There are 20 institutions for the accommodation of children and youth in Serbia. 11 of them are institutions for children and youth without parental care, 3 are institutions for education of children and youth and 6 are institutions for children and youth with disabilities.
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On Tuesday, September 25, 2018, in Belgrade, a conference titled “STRENGTHENING FAMILIES – WINDOWS OF OPPORTUNITY” was held in Belgrade.
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Church World Service is a faith-based organization transforming communities around the globe through just and sustainable responses to hunger, poverty, displacement and disaster.
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In the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia no. 80/2018 a new Rulebook on additional education, health and social support of the child, a pupil and adult was published.
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The family is a natural place for the growth and development of a child, and parents are the ones who should primarily provide care and protection.
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More than half of all croatian citizens think that Croatia should be open to refugees looking for protection, and about two thirds don’t agree with the idea of Croatia being closed by wire or walls.
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Where calls to strengthen child protection services (CPS) are common place in many countries, there is an instance where a strong CPS has the potential to become too 'aggressive'.
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Child Rights Training, developed by SOS Children's Village France, brings together professionals dedicated to the well-being of children from the most vulnerable categories.
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The Know-How Center for Alternative Care for Children completes a mid-term evaluation of the results of the project "Hope and Homes for Children-Bulgaria" (HHC).
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National Network for Children (Bulgaria) shared recommendations from the State Agency for Child Protection for parents wishing to establish themselves in a foreign country or who are in the process of establishing themselves.