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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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With 13,000 registered members and 30,000 resources available to the public, the Child Protection Hub – childhub.org celebrates six years online this month.
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Based on the practical guidance, written by Paul Bercea, on how to identify signs of abuse in children this infographic summarizes the main signs.
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This summary aims to illustrate areas of improvement for assisting children on the move in the capacity of a social worker or policymaker.
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This summary describes the risks faced by children as well as the effects of movement on children. Risks on the Move
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Technology can be introduced to ways in which children are engaged with regards to protection. This generally includes education, data collection, and communication with social workers/ child services.
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Children (persons under the age of 18) are entitled to justice and accountable for injustice. This document provides a brief overview of how children can be involved in the justice system, including the degree of involvement.
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This review will inform the reader of migration trends, national policies, and the treatment of children on the move in Greece, Serbia, Italy, Hungary, and Bosnia. Please download the document below.
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This infographic provides some useful insights on technology adoption.
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This video talks about the use of technologyt in child protection.
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This infographic outlines pathways in the juvenile justice system, and shows how diversion and restorative justice fit into a traditional criminal justice system.
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This infographic presents a path to aszlum that an unaccompanied or separated child takes.   Sources:
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This video provides some useful tips on how to talk to unaccompanied minors and separated children about Asylum. Sources:
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This videos talks about the use of big data in the fight for gender equality and provides examples of how big data fills in the gaps in traditional sources of information.   Sources:
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This infographics explains what big data is, its sources and benefits of using it.   Sources: UN Global Pulse (2012) Big Data for Development: Challenges and Opportunities
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A join project by the UNHCR and UN Global Pulse, exploring sentiments around forced displacement, used social media data to gather a real-time response to the ongoing situation and better understand the benefits of big data.
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1. Think Family and Troubled Families Programme - Bristol, UK
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Social services to children in need are provided in local level by Centers for Social Work. Some services are covered by non-governmental organizations. Policies, laws and budgeting are responsibilities of central government. Coordination between these bodies is at satisfactory level.
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This ChildHub infographic identifies the facts, figures and trends of child labour in the region. It also provides suggestions on what government officials and Child Protection Professionals can do to reduce child labour.     Sources:
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This ChildHub video presents ten features of forced marriage among children in Europe and Central Asia. Forced marriage is an emerging problem in the region, and it is increasingly important to understand the features of child marriage specific to the region.   Sources:
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Executive Summary ChildHub has reviewed existing quality mechanisms in South East Europe in order to contribute and to enhance quality services available for children by increasing the available body of knowledge on this issue.
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From 31 January to 1 February 2017, Terre des hommes Hungary and its partners from Belgium, France, Spain and the Netherlands, organized a study visit to Paris, France for legal practitioners from the project countries.
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This paper summarizes the key findings of the International Medical Corps report on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants in Greece, with a focus on how the IASC MHPSS Intervention Pyramid works in practice.  
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This ChildHub infographic presents what actions are desirable and what actions should be avoided by humanitarian actors, which are working in mental health and psychosocial support in emergency settings.  
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This ChildHub video presents the 6 Principles on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings developed by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC). Sources:
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Children with disabilities need more opportunities for participation. Participation encompasses ways in which children can shape decisions that affect them through voicing their concerns or views.
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Children have the right to influence decisions that affect them yet, for those with disabilities, their voices are not given the opportunity to be heard.
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This infographic outlines ten components of high quality participation as identified by children with disabilities.
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The Child Protection Hub in Southeast Europe is seeking candidate for a local coordinator position.
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SOS Children's Villages: Young People's Voices on the World They Want:
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What is Barnahus? Barnahus (which literally means Children’s House) is a child-friendly, interdisciplinary and multi-agency centre for child victims and witnesses where children could be interviewed and medically examined for forensic purposes, comprehensively assessed and receive all re
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The Social Innovation Fund (SIF) was designed as an innovative (reform) mechanism for transitional funding in the social welfare sector. Its implementation started in 2003 and continued until 2010.
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In Croatia the issue of child abuse was brought to public attention 20 years ago.
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The text describes “promising practice” mobile services for children and parents suffering abuse, neglect poverty and disability.
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People are confronted with vulnerabilities in various stages of their lives. For many, living in poverty, exclusion situations or in marginalized areas is a permanent way of life. Which is the best solution for fighting poverty and enhancing social inclusion?
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This infographic summarises the key achievments and results of ChildHub since its launch in January 2015 with a special emphasis on the last half a year. It gives an overview of the network of professionals involved, major publications, events and learning opportunities created.
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This explanatory paper by Child Circle for Child Protection Hub for South East Europe provides a framework for identifying the type of EU opportunities that arise in (1) Child Protection in Near Neighbourhood and the enlargement negotiations and (2) Child Protection in EU internal affairs.
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In 2011 UNICEF and the EU entered a new partnership for the purposes of running the Protecting Children from Violence in South East Europe project. Initially four countries fell under the project’s remit: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Turkey.
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UNICEF has examined the outcomes of numerous violence prevention and intervention programmes implemented around the globe and has consequently identified six strategies shown to be highly effective.
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Despite the fact that all 28 members of the European Union have ratified the UNCRC, violence continues to blight the lives of millions of children across Europe.
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This ChildHub review highlights that the more we know about the consequences of violence towards children the clearer the moral imperative to address it becomes.
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As part of the Ending Violence Against Children in Custody project, the Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) partnered with five human rights/ juvenile justice organizations across Europe in order to report children’s experience of violence in custodial settings.
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In this European Parliamentary report, which exposes the prevalence and multifaceted nature of violence towards children across Europe, the common assumption that violence is more of a problem for developing nations is squashed.
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In their extensive 2012 report, UNICEF, working in partnership with the Council of Europe and the Norwegian government, highlighted the importance of eradicating all forms of violence from educational systems.
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Collaborating with the European Council and the Norwegian government, in 2012, UNICEF compiled a report detailing the prevalence of violence in schools from a global perspective.
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The Roma community faces a multitude of discriminatory practices. In this 2014 report, “On Discrimination of Roma Children in Education”, the European Commission argues for holistic strategies to achieve the end of Roma discrimination in educational settings.
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Romska zajednica suočena je sa raznim vidovima diskriminacije. U izveštaju iz 2014. godine pod nazivom “Diskriminacija romske dece u obrazovanju”, Evropska komisija se zalaže za holistički pristup u borbi za suzbijanje diskriminacije prema romskoj populaciji u školskom kontekstu.
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Working with researchers from the University of Bedfordshire, SOS Children’s Village have produced an extensive report exposing the prevalence of violence towards children in alternative care settings in 21 different countries around the world.
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In a 2011 study, the National Foundation for Educational Research (NEFR) in the UK explored the different manifestations of bullying in almost 100 secondary schools and, through pupil participation, was able to reveal interesting findings about which kinds of bullying tactics inflict the greatest
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In this ChildHub publication, you can learn 60 basic facts about the state of juvenile justice in the European region, including key background information, definitions, developments, statistics as well as other interesting facts.  Some of the facts included in the paper are:
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The following excerpt from the recent report published by the International Juvenile Justice Observatory summarises the key findings about alternatives to detention for juvenile offenders and their key benefits for the parties involved in the procedures.
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Conference research reports were developed for the conference „Decentralisation of Social Services: Methods, Consequences,Lessons Learnt” that took place 10-11 May 2016 in Vienna, Austria, organised by ChildHub.
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Child participation in all aspects of modern society is extremely important for the good development of children.
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Child participation in all aspects of modern society is extremely important for the good development of children.
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Child participation in all aspects of modern society is extremely important for the good development of children.
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This capacity building package was developed in the frames of the UNICEF Regional Office for Central and Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) initiative, implemented by the Child Protection Hub for South East Europe and Terre des hommes Regional Office for Central and S
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In this Childhub publication, a list of 50 facts regarding the Roma community in Europe is compiled.
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Multiagency and inter-disciplinary collaboration, working both across and within sectors and teams, is critical to ensure that children are adequately protected. Research indicates that children are most effectively protected when agencies and stakeholders work together (Working Together, 2013).
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Over the past few years,  there have been many lessons that have been learned in regards to facilitating Roma Inclusion. We have compiled here in this document four of the most promising practices to assist in the social inclusion of the Roma community.
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The Child Protection Hub in South East Europe with its partners in 8 countries have conducted the mapping of social service Workforce as related to child protection in the region. 
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The intention of this study is to provide a general overview of professional, paraprofessional and community-level child protection practice in Serbia as well as of the social service workforce skills, knowledge, and interests in order to strengthen the child protection workforce and improve over
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In preparation to the high-level meeting ChildHub would like to distribute a short description and analysis of the decentralisation processes of the participating countries, including lessons learnt and good practices.
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This study aims to address the issue of the formal and informal education, working conditions and future training needs of social workers involved in child protection. The main purpose of this study is to map
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The core functions of this study are to understand and provide a general baseline of the child protection practices and the social  service workforce skills, knowledge, and interests in child protection in order for it to serve as a foundation for strategies and interventions aiming to improve ov
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This document provides a basic overview of the education and training context in which child protection practices are delivered in Romania, as well as an overview of needs and opportunities for further professional development, training and capacity building to
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This report is part of the larger project ‘Social Service Workforce Mapping and Baseline in Southeast Europe’ implemented by Terre des hommes. The study aims to provide an overview of the existing professional, paraprofessional and community-level child protection practice in the region.
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ChildHub presents an infographic about Roma education in Central and Southeastern Europe. It brings together facts and figures on literacy rates and school attendance, and provides a close-up look at situation with Roma education in Serbia. 
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This article presents a short review of five different publications about reintegration of child trafficking victims. The publications are based on case studies and the experiences of those working on reintegration issues.
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On May 29th, the Child Hub held a webinar: "We are speaking – are you ready to hear us?" The challenges of involving children meaningfully in protection interventions an