Child protection in emergencies

[Bulgaria] Limited human contact without breaking the human connection (Social work in Bulgaria during a pandemic)
Date of publication: 2020
The Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care for Children at New Bulgarian University shared an article examining the state of social work during the current state of emergency in Bulgaria.
Applying humanitarian standards to fight COVID-19 [Document]
Date of publication: 2020
Publisher: Sphere
Coronavirus is spreading globally. How canindividuals, communities,humanitarian actors, local and national authoritiesbest respond to uphold the rights of all affected people?
The Sphere standards and the Coronavirus responsne [Document]
Date of publication: 2020
Publisher: Sphere, Route de Ferney, 150, Geneva, Switzerland
The Coronavirus is spreading globally. How canindividuals, communities and humanitarian actors best respond to the COVID-19 outbreak?How can the Sphere Handbook guide our response?
[European Union] Social Service Workers Mitigating the Impact of COVID-19
Date of publication: 2020
The Global Social Service Workforce Alliance (the Alliance) posted an article on the importance of the role of social workers during these difficult times.
[Americas] Five Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety about the Coronavirus
Date of publication: 2020
Adults can help teenagers remain calm and stay focused on their ability to prevent the coronavirus. Teenagers are especially sensitive to the current situation, and we have collected five points to support them wi
[European Union] "Protect our Laws and Humanity!"
Date of publication: 2020
Open Letter by 85 Organizations
Transit Stop Bulgaria - work with migrant children, unaccompanied children and young people, The "Let's fulfill (im)possible dreams" Project (Webinar in English)
Date of publication: 2020
The webinar is intended for professionals in the field of mental health and social work. Webinar goals:
[Hungary] There are No Hopeless Children
Date of publication: 2020
After getting his degree in psychology, Pál Vaskuti turned to child protection. He claims that because of a lack of human and financial resources, the Hungarian child protection system is worse than it was 40 years ago.
[Greece] MSF Says at least 140 Children with Serious Health Conditions Living at Moria Migrant Camp
Date of publication: 2020
The Moria complex on the island of Lesbos has capacity for 3,000 people, but there are now more than 19,000 people crammed inside, more than 1,000 of which are unaccompanied migrant children. Doctors Without Borders (MSF) claims that many of these
Supporting the Youngest Refugees and Their Families
Date of publication: 2019
Publisher: The Moving Minds Alliance
Early life experiences shape the architecture of the brain and lay the foundation for later development. The very youngest refugees face compounding risks that threaten their long-term development and wellbeing.

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