ChildHub e-learning on participation

[Bulgaria] NBU Developed Training Manual to Battle Child Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation
Date of publication: 2019
The Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children (NBU), and the Reflective Learning
Online course on "Supporting children's participation"
Date of publication: 2017
This ChildHub Academy's course on children’s participation has been developed by CELCIS: Centre of Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland, at the University of Strat
Protecting children’s rights in criminal justice systems
Date of publication: 2013
Publisher: Penal Reform International
Protecting Children’s Rights in Criminal Justice Systems: A training manual and reference point for professionals and policymakers is based on the concept of ‘justice for children’.
Fact Sheet: Right to Participate
Date of publication: 2011
Publisher: UNICEF
At Home or in a Home?
Date of publication: 2010
Publisher: United Nation Children's Fund
This report is about children in Eastern Europe and Central Asia who are deprived of parental care. Despite recent reforms, which have led to an increase in the number of children being placed in alternative families – for example with foster...
Stigma: A Review of the Evidence
Date of publication: 2010
Publisher: Young Minds
This evidence review focuses on the stigma associated with mental health, why tackling  it is so important and why it is fundamental to developing cost effective child and  adolescent mental health services (CAMHS).
FACT SHEET: The right to participation
Date of publication: 2010
Publisher: UNICEF
The right to participation 
The 12 Power Tools
Date of publication: 2009
Publisher: Mental Health Commission
This manual suggests tools that young people who are inpatients of mental health services can use to understand the situation, get their views across and learn about their rights. 
The Risk of Harm to Young Children in Institutional Care
Date of publication: 2009
Publisher: Save The Children and Better Care Network
Young children are frequently placed in institutional care throughout the world. This occurs despite
Lost in the Justice System
Date of publication: 2008
Publisher: UNICEF


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