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This certificate course introduces its participants to main concepts, theoretical issues and current discussions in the field of migration and asylum.
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Partners In Confronting Collective Atrocities (PCCA)  has confirmed the new dates of their conference which was postponed in 2020 due to the ongoing pandemic. The new conference  "Walls – Open, Closed, Sliding?
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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 increasingly more multi-cultural and multi-ethnic societies due to new migration routes, migrant and refugee integration can be a challenge both for host communities as well as for migrant and refugees themselves.
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The World Childhood Foundation USA (Childhood USA) and WePROTECT Global Alliance in partnership with DeafKidz International and with the support of End Violence Against Children Partnership are hosting a webinar to present the findings and recommendations from WePROTECT Global Alliance’s Intellig
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The Refugee Advisory Board (RAB) is looking for a Coordinator for their team in Sofia, Bulgaria. The position is part of a project that aims to ensure the participation of refugee board members in policy-making processes that have a direct impact on their well-being.
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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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Two young bloggers share their struggling experiences and advice related to emetophobia which affects people in different ways.
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Community Care reports on the accessibility of community living for disabled people. Yogi Amin and Irwin Mitchell revise the core principles of the Care Act.
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European consumers do not seem satisfied with the safety policy of TikTok, stating that minors are being exposed to inappropriate content. The Chinese-owned video-sharing app has received many complaints about violating the consumer rights of Europe.
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Kieran Guilbert reports for Reuters that the European Court of Human Rights ruled out that Britain should pay 90 000 euros in compensation to two Vietnamese men who were convicted of drug crimes despite signs they had been trafficked as children and forced to work on ca
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LSE’s (London School of Economics and Political Science) Department of Media and Communications reposted an article from Dongmiao Zhang and Sonia Livingstone discussing digita
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"Work of Center for Youth Integration in 2020 was under impact of COVID 19
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The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic poses many challenges to the well-being of social workers and the children and adults they work with. In light of this, Community Care Inform has made their guide, ‘How to Manage Fear in Social Work’, open and free to download for all professionals.
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This news is about the Parliament report which covers assessing the 2011 EU Anti-trafficking Directive and calling for more robust measures against all forms of traf
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Join us for a series of 4 webinars on topics in the field of emotional literacy that are the basis for understanding a child's psychological functioning.
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Because of the Covid-19, being online has become the only way to socialize and children are shrunk to their homes and screens. Technology has granted us so many opportunities to learn and connect although the disadvantages are also equally present.
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Report recommends halting adoptions from abroad because of abuses: AD
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Education reform in Sarajevo Canton has been a long-standing topic, the implementation of which is the first important step in the systemic change of teaching in schools. If that happens, then the education paradigm could change completely.
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Child behavioural expert Dr. Jennifer Cross explains why screen time should be limited for kids, and why some screens are better than others. What is all this screen time doing to kids’ brains?
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The UNDOC's 2020 Trafficking in Humans Report found that 70% of globally trafficked people are young girls and adult women. Children from poor social backgrounds and migrants are at a higher risk than other groups.
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As DW reports, some 500 unaccompanied minors are among the refugees currently staying in camps in Bosnia-Herzegovina. They are the most vulnerable refugee group in the country, with many traumatized and in need of help. As the article continues, they depict a  hard scene, 
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According to a study, it has proven that there are no long-term academic benefits from holding back a child to start school. Even though children who attended kindergarten later were a bit ahead in reading and numeracy, the advantages diminished in their later years.
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Children's home providers are facing uncertainty in vaccinating staff in England and Wales. Government Guidelines stated that social care workers should be vaccinated but when it comes to children's home providers and caretakers, the vaccines are not guaranteed.
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For children to become functioning, useful members of society they need to have a healthy motivation system.
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The Head of Impact and Evidence at I CAN children’s communication charity has written a guest blog for Children’s Mental Health Week in connection with the topics: communication difficulties and mental health challenges.
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This news is about the study dedicated to exploring the role of autonomy-supportive parental behavior in better adaptation, better child well-being, creating a better positive emotional climate during the COVID-19 pandemic.  
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The Youth Justice Board (YJB) and Ministry of Justice (MoJ) published New Youth Justice Statistics for 2019/20 which covers data on both self-harm and restraint incidents and disproportionality in the youth justice system.
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MICHAEL SANDERS, the Chief Executive of What Works for Children’s Social Care talks about the systematic re
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FIFA has launched the FIFA Guardians Safeguarding in Sport Diploma to strengthen the safeguarding of children in member associations.
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Alex Mistlin reports for The Guardian that, according to the government’s annual youth justice statistics, self-harm and use of restraint are increasingly commonplace in the youth justice system and a record high of more than half of young people in custody are from black, Asian
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During the pandemic (and few strong earthquake), Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center produced over 250 useful materials (publications, books, workbooks, leaflets, educational texts, press releases to educate the public, webinars, etc.).
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German politicians and statisticians categorized foreigners living in Germany and their descendants as "people with a migration background" or "migration background" if they or at least one parent were not born with
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The Guardian’s Sally Weale reports that a Sudanese teenager who sought asylum in the UK as an unaccompanied child when he was 15, but was judged by the authorities to be 20, has won a legal battle against the council which was found to have “unlawfully” assessed his age
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The Guardian’s Sally Weale reports that a Sudanese teenager who sought asylum in the UK as an unaccompanied child when he was 15, but was judged by the authorities to be 20, has won a legal battle against the council which was found to have “unlawfully” assessed his age.
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Together with partner organizations, Missing Europe Children have developed the Mobile Application `Miniila`, specifically designed for unaccompanied children on the move.
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Georgie, 17, shared her challenges with loneliness and her use of social media to deal with it. She also shared crucial information about the importance of staying safe on social media and being responsible (being careful about sharing personal information with others).
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BUDAPEST, HUNGARY – A pandemic-generation has been born. Children, pupils and teenagers will soon feel the consequences of their quickly changing lifestyle, not to mention the transition from traditional education to online teaching.
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SIRIUS is co-organising a panel at the 2021 International Social Innovation Conference to be held at Catholic University of Milan on September 8th-10th 2021 and is inviting contributors to submit abstracts by 28th February 2021.
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BBC reports that parents of children with special needs say they are struggling to cope as they are not receiving their usual support or respite during lockdown.
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The news gives information about the event (on Feb 12, 2021, at 10:00 AM in CET) which targets education stakeholders, policy‑makers, teachers, parents, and learners, and will present the report about the inclusive education and progress in 30 education systems of Central and Eastern Europe, Cauc
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On 21 September 2020, the Joint Committee on Human Rights, in the UK, published its report ‘The Government’s response to COVID-19: Human Rights Implications’, in which an area of great concern was the Right to Family Life for people who are detained in different setting
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Scotland is the first nation in the UK to remove 'justifiable assault' from the law, meaning that children now have the same protection from violence as adults, and this has led
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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have found themselves unemployed or with drastically reduced hours, while others have shifted to working from home.
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Baroness Beeban Kidron, the chair and founder of 5Rights Foundation, in her speech at the Digital Age 2021 conference raised major concerns about the online protection of children.
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Due to the pandemic situation, most schools in England have been closed, with the exception of special schools for Key Worker children and for children considered to be
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As detailed in the Factsheet Foster Care 2019, in the Netherlands 23.272 children lived with foster parents for a shorter or longer period in 2019, but the Youth Institute estimates, that in 50% of the cases, siblings are not placed together.
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According to available information, between 1.14 million and 1.78 million children in the UK do not have access to a laptop, desktop, or tablet at home, and that more than 880,000 children live in a household that only has a mobile internet connection and even around 190,000 properties cannot acc
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In the context of early childhood education, the story informs about the counterfactual play, which allows children to work on understanding what is going on in the minds of other children and lays the foundation for literacy.
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This groundbreaking new series by UNICEF, covers interviews by Laura Mucha (author, poet, and children's advocate) with some of the world's leading experts (Dr. Vikram Patel, Cornelius Williams, Dr. Bernadette Madrid, Aaron Greenberg and Dr.
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This workbook has been developed for use with teenagers who experienced one or more traumatic events.
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The Education Policy Institute (EPI) and The Prince’s Trust have published a major study supported by Tesco on the mental health and wellbeing of young people in Generation Z, based on data from the Millennium Cohort Study.
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Covid-19 has had uneven and unequal impacts on living standards: on the one hand, average household spending has fallen during the Covid-19 pandemic, driven by lower expenditure on leisure activities, meals out and commuting costs.
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According to Albert Bandura's social learning theory, people learn by observing and imitating the behaviors modeled by those around them, and children, in particular, learn attitudes, values, and behaviors from their parents as their primary models.
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Over half of the children in young offender institutions have been in care, according to research done by the Howard League for Penal Reform.
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The report provides information on the catastrophic psychological and physical situation of the refugees who have taken up residence in the new refugee camp, on the Greek island of Lesbos, following
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According to the report (Injustice or In Justice: Children in the Justice System) by Anne Longfield, in the last ten years the number of children receiving a caution, or a sentence has fallen by 83% and the number of children in custody has fallen by 73% in England, which is stil
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The news by Jo Becker (Advocacy Director, Children's Rights Division) describes observed progress related to children in various countries (Sierra Leone, and
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The number of referrals from the NSPCC about child abuse has increased by 79% since the UK-wide lockdown was imposed, according to the charity's data. Calls to its helpline resulted in 923 referrals to police and social services between April and November.
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The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has published a new report on child sexual abuse in schools.
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The report describes the girl who is going to celebrate Christmas in a new country (UK) without her family, somehow because of Covid-19 and how she is planning to copy this situation.
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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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Due to the pandemic, social workers have been forced to carry out their regular duties without meeting their wards in person. This has effectively eliminated the social aspect of their work.
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This guide was developed in Greece in the framework of the regional project BRIDGE as part of the thematic package project activity. The document presents a comprehensive overview of the relevant actors and contacts working in field of child protection in Greece.
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In the last 50 years, there have been major changes in family structures and in the institution of marriage (especially with an increase in single-parent
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The European Union and the United Nations Children’s Fund have launched a joint project with the purpose of protecting children’s rights in Georgia and the project will last for 3 years to support the government to implement the newly adopted Code on the Rights of the Child.
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This year has seen the United States come face to face with inequity in many fields and one of them is school communities.
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The Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub (RSH) aims to support organisations in the aid sector to strengthen their safeguarding policy and practice against Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH).
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An estimated 121,000 young people in the UK asked the council for help with homelessness in 2019-20. However, it is worth bearing in mind that not everyone reaches the council for help and many more 16-24-year-olds are hidden homeless.
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A union of charities announced the case of closing England’s child prisons due to the ill-treatment of children meanwhile COVID 19 is intensifying that harm.
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The report describes the situation based on large-scale studies that might be helpful to officials who struggle with deciding when or whether to close schools, knowing that such closures harm children (mental health, domestic violence, and even loss of life).
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Children & Young People Now reports that The Fostering Network is urging the UK government to prioritise all foster carers for Pfizer jab amid fears over a shortage of sufficiency of foster carers due to the pandemic.
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According to Human Rights Watch report, thousands of asylum-seekers (7,517), aid workers, United Nations, and Greek and European Union employees are at risk of lead poisoning (heavy metal that is highly toxic
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The Guardian's Helen Pidd reports that Unicef has recommended the use of Tasers and spit hoods on children should be banned in the UK.
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Edutopia explains why acquiring SEL (social and emotional learning) skills is beneficial for students and highlights four areas, where useful competencies can be enhanced and also ways to incorporate SEL skills into these areas.
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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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In September 2020, four children and two young adults from Portugal – all witness to the extreme heat and wildfires that have ravaged their home region – submitted a historic complaint to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), the top institution dealing with human rights vio
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Children seeking treatment and attending health institutions, to take care and recovery, but instead taking services they were subjected to sexual abuse by professionals in violation of their duty to protect their patients. 
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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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This report by UNICEF and End Violence Against Children aims to support the further work of UNICEF, partner organizations, researchers, experts, and policymakers in preventing and responding to sexual abuse and exploitation of children, taking into account encouraging developments and compliments
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According to a High Court ruling, children under 16 are unlikely to be able to give informed consent to their use of puberty blockers, therefore referrals for puberty blockers have been made inaccessible to them without a court ruling.
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The Non-Violent Childhood - Action Plan on the Prevention of Violence against Children 2020-2025 brings together policies for the prevention of violence against children aged 0-17.
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Due to lockdown there was a 15% rise in referral rate compared to before lockdown. Domestic abuse and neglect were the most common reason for referrals, closely followed by mental health related reasons.
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A Spanish project called Ödos is helping women from Africa seeking shelter in Europe. 
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'The Council of Europe' reports that the Committee of Ministers, representing the 47 Council of Europe member states, has adopted the Action Plan for the Republic of Moldova for the years 2021-2024.
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The written submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child deals with how Germany complies with the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
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Sport and Development reports on the initiatives carried out by The Scort Foundation. The Scort Foundation, a Swiss non-profit organization, founded the Football Club Social Alliance (FCSA) in 2007.
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According to the report by Rights and Security International (RSI), the "violent, unsanitary and inhuman" conditions in the Kurdish controlled al-Hol and al-Roj camps
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New research carried out at Jennifer Brown Research Laboratory may indicate that a mother experiencing high amounts of stress during pregnancy may have developmental consequences for her baby.
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On November 24, 2020, the Vaccine Alliance (Gavi) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen their collaboration on vaccination efforts and related health services for migrants and forcibly displaced persons across the world, both reg
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During the COVID -19 pandemic, Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) and the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Serbia found several ways to serve the three most vulnerable groups in society, such as homeless people,
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Kinship care is a term used in the United Kingdom for the raising of children by grandparents, other extended family members, and significant others with whom they have a close family-like relationship.
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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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On November 18, the Migration and Asylum Minister of Greece, Notis Mitarakis, made an announcement that the Greek government is ending the long-standing practice of detaining unaccompanied migrant children in jail cells.
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In a small, brightly-coloured backstreet house in Belgrade, Serbia, Roadhouse Svratiste has a nationwide network of social care for daily drop-in canter for street kids centers and institutions for the underprivileged.
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In most cases, sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children are inflicted by someone the child knows, in their circle of trust, and causes lifelong damage to the child’s physical and mental health.
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In this informative report, UNICEF answers parents' questions about vaccines, and highlights the importance of vaccines that prepare the body to fight disease faster and more effectively by stimulating the child's natural defenses.
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The teachers in Lebanon had been trained in digital technology and were ready to deliver their virtual classes to the students staying at home.
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‘Act Now’, a child consultation study by World Vision, reveals that more than four in five (81 percent) of those interviewed across 50 countries have seen or faced vio
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According to the Theory of Loose Parts Play of Simon Nicholson ("How Not to Treat Children: The Theory of Loose Parts Play", 1971), human are most inventive and creative when they are allowed to construct or manipulate our environment, which is considered the "th
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Working with children is very challenging work. This is a statement that will cause a lot of teachers and educators to nod their heads and if my statement is strong enough, to laugh. 
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Bullying is still a problem, even with the lockdown. A third of children reported being victims of bullying, with a fifth reporting being bullied at least once a week in a poll of 2,000 11 to 16-year-old children during the Anti-Bullying Week between 16–20 November.
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Each year on or around 18 November, Europe raises awareness on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse.
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Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, has published a set of reports (Private provision in children's social care /
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Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, has published a set of reports (The children who no-one knows what to do with /
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Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, has published a set of reports (The children who no-one knows what to do with /
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The Family safeguarding model pioneered in Hertfordshire (later included Bracknell Forest, Luton, Peterborough and West Berkshire) combines specialist adult professionals with a background in domestic abuse, mental health or substance abuse with integrated within children's safeg
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In times of socially-distanced learning, many educators are physically isolated from their students and need to incorporate steady, consistent and meaningful feedback into their teaching.
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Racist and Faith Targeted Bullying in the UK literature review examined the existing literature on peer-on-peer racist and faith targeted bullying among children and young people in the UK.
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The trouble of engaging students is a persistent problem in classrooms that needs even more attention and specialized solutions during online classes. Social and emotional learning (SEL) techniques in the use of cameras:
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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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This report sets out the findings from a small research project that explored what contributes to good matching decisions for children in foster care. The research activity took place in the summer of 2019.
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According to international studies, nearly 40 percent of children experience some form of maltreatment defined as abuse and neglect of children, including all
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InCtrl is a service designed by NSPCC staff, that aims to help protect children and young people from technology-assisted child sexual abuse (TA-CSA).
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Many children and families across the globe have been affected by COVID-19.
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This Guide on Stress and Self-Care Management for professionals working with minors and youth on the move survivors of gender-based violence, has been developed in the framework of the regional project BRIDGE as part of the thematic package project activity.
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Tina Amongi, a Story of Care Ambassador on Coram's Voices Through Time, project and Paul Adams, fostering development consultant at CoramBAAF, emphasized
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In 2018 13.6% of the Australian population live in poverty, which is significantly higher than in other developed countries.
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It is estimated that there are around 70,000 children in Bosnia and Herzegovina who have some kind of disability.
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This assessment, led by Columbia University’s Care and Protection of Children (CPC) Learning Network with the support of the Child Protection Area of Responsibility (CP AoR) Localisation Initiative, examines to what extent the CP AoR’s approach and subsequent initiatives undertaken in the