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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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About the webinar The presentation will focus on human trafficking as a public health issue, and touch on psychosocial recovery and acute mental health needs, as well as vicarious trauma, moral injury, self-compassion and resilience.   
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In the framework of the Project “RSR- Resilience and Safe Reintegration for children and mothers returning from the war zones” funded by the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF), Terre des hommes Mission in Albania is seeking to contract an expert that display the capacities an
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UNICEF Bulgaria is looking for an Early Childhood Development Consultant with a focus on children with disabilities for their team in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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The recruitment and exploitation of children in armed conflict is prohibited by international law, yet thousands of children are being recruited around the world.
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This colouring book aims to serve as a creative and fun tool to teach children and their families messages about child abuse, respect and violence at home. It has been created in a simple way so that any family can print it at home, or in schools, and with the support of parents or responsible ad
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This animation has been produced to help anyone involved in delivering sport or activities to children and young people.
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Nick Jackson reports for The Oldham Times on Oldham-based filmmaker, Raabia Hussain, a deaf independent filmmaker experienced in writing, directing and producing, who helped a group of deaf young people learn the techniques of filmmaking in a virtual masterclass.
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After learning that cases of domestic violence increased by 60% in Europe in 2019, Krysna Paszko, a 17-year-old high school student from Poland, set up a Facebook page for fake cosmetic products in order to help women in danger.
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Children and young people growing up with a disabled brother or sister often get less attention from parents and have more worries and responsibilities than their peers.
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‘Unseen’ is an organisation that is working in order to free the world of modern age slavery. According to Unseen’s Helpline, reports of exploitation - both criminal and sexual - have increased during covid-19 pandemic.
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Scientists from the University of East Anglia and Lancaster University, made a ground breaking, detailed study of the difficulties, lives and roles
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A new annual report about the key challenges and trends in the fight against discrimination in Europe since 2020 was published by the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI).
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The number of young children in care and on protection plans in the UK has significantly risen from 51% to 81% per 10,000 children between 2008 and 2016, as the research led by Professor Karen Broadhurst shows. If we are to refer to babies under one week old, the rate is even higher as it doubled
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Professionals working with vulnerable children went even further to support families during the coronavirus pandemic. Children & Young People Now (CYP Now) invites everyone in the field of protection to nominate those they consider to have been true heroes in the last 12 months.
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The National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the Law on Child Protection in Criminal Proceeding and their Comprehensive Treatment in Children’s House, known as ‘Barnahus’ in March 2021.
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There are emotions that visit us suddenly, as if we invoke them just by secretly hoping they won’t show up. However, when they do show up, their visit is always nomadic: they stay only long enough to change us. And when they do leave, we, their temporary home, are no longer the same.
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An estimated 34 million children and youth are forcibly displaced and many more are on the move in search of economic and educational opportunities.
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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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The conference aims to bolster knowledge of Roma and Traveller history, culture and identity, as a factor enhancing social inclusion and participation of Roma and Traveller young people.
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This article is about the well-being of practitioners and how small actions can be helpful in expressing recognition and handling sources of stress.
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In an aim to reduce the number of vulnerable children and families in the Western Balkans and Turkey, the European Union (EU) and UNICEF announced the start of a €5 million programme on 31 March 2021.
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Child sexual abuse (CSA) is a seriuos and widespread issue. Many victims do not disclose for decades and some never do at all: meaning children are suffering in silence and perpetrators are operating with impunity. The violation of a child, whether for profit or personal gratification, is one of
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How social workers can work with domestic abuse, substance use and mental ill health?
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Characteristics of family and gender-based violence coerced and controlled behavior are only some issues in the work of social workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Nazia Parveen reports for The Guardian on the British education system’s inconsistent approach towards racist incidents and the failure of the central government to issue proper guidance on dealing with these issues.
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In the line of materials helpful for child development and psychological wellbeing, in this short article, we promote a very resourceful website with podcasts: The Brain Architects Podcasts. 
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Slovenia's National Assembly unanimously passed a bill on the protection of children in criminal procedures by setting up the country's first Barnahus (Children’s House), STA reports.
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Concerns are raised by The Punishing Abuse report that, children are being punished as a consequence of t
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The news provides information about the documentary and research about the importance of the first five years of a child's life. According to the research, support and education in the early years have a significant effect on children's whole life as well as on the society in which they live.
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Based on research conducted with children and young people aged 13 to 17, Childnet International has designed a tool for educators, moderators and facilitators for high school students.
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According to Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), paedophiles and other criminals have started to use siblings to groom their younger brothers/sisters for online sexual abuse.
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"If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, by the age of 20 [we] will not see a problem [with] that." (Young participant from Croatia)
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According to the latest UK government data, compared to 2019 the death, serious harm, abuse or neglect of children under five 27% increased in 2020.
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With support from UNICEF and the EU, the Ministry of Health, in cooperation with the Institute for Public Health and primary health centres, will urgently organize a national campaign to increase the MMR immunization coverage in Montenegro.
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Μore than 70 civil society organisations in Greece co-signed an open letter to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Theodoros Skylakakis, initiated by Common Ground and Greenpeace, outlining their priorities for a green and just recovery and seeking
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The "shadow pandemic", a UN phrase that has already entered the colloquial speech, which refers to a drastic increase in gender-based violence, has not bypassed Montenegro either.
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The UNFPA and the UN expressed strong concerns about Turkey's withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention, which is a primary human rights treaty that prevents and combats violence against women.
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Public Health England (PHE) developed the online 
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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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Participating in risky online behaviours could result in children being exposed to upsetting or distressing content online and, potentially, serious forms of victimisation such as sexual harassment.
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Emily, 22, shares her experiences of living with social anxiety, and explains how she was eventually able to overcome it.  Struggling with social phobia
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Amnesty International UK raises concerns following media reports suggesting that Facebook is building a version of Instagram for children under 13. Co-Director of Amnesty Tech, Rasha Abdul-Rahim, said that:
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The National Network for children (NNC) Bulgaria has invited members of parliament to join the „Parliamentary Group for Children“ initiative to declare that in the near future they will work for a better life
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The position of women and violence against them is in a never more difficult time. The situation is particularly difficult and pronounced now, at a time of pandemic when the need for epidemiological measures has increased, and the one that hardest hit women is Lockdown.
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The Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM) – a network of 168 human rights organizations, primarily based in Europe, including SEE – has published a new report, ‘Navigating Irregularit
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We often assume that childhood development is simply based on brain structure, but in reality, genes, experiences, age and environment are just as important.
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Péter Erdő, the Hungarian cardinal and archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest, has announced a few important child protection provisions, including
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Facebook-owned Instagram released new technology with the aim of preventing young children from creating accounts, and blocking adults from having contact wi
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For social workers and practitioners, the previous year was full of challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although they had limited opportunities and resources for work, as well as protection materials, they managed to support their clients through personal contact or adequate web tools.
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Violence among children has been considered one of the fundamental issues influencing optimal child development and education. As this phenomenon is widespread in all countries of South Eastern Europe, it is important to understand, in depth, the factors that affect it.
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The CMA (Competitions and Markets Authority) is conducting research on children's care in the UK. The aim of the study is to find out why is there a lack of availability and increase of costs in children's care institutions, which results in children's needs not being met.
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While 'social justice” may sound as though it is mainly related to justice in the social field, ultimately it is a frame and set of actions aimed at protecting or advocating for the most vulnerable members of society.
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This news is about the children in care, their adoption, the analysis of fall in adoption, and the effects of Covid in this process.
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Joe Lepper reports for Children & Young People Now that a partnership between a council, charity and private sector called ‘Coram Innovation Incubator’ has been launched.
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The Government of the United Kingdom announced that a group comprised of ministers, charities, and Youth Ambassador Dr Alex George has been formed and is set to deal with improving mental health and well-being in schools, colleges and universities.
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Sports coaches and faith leaders who have sexual relationships with 16 and 17-year-olds in their care will be breaking the law under ne
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An open letter to Greek and EU authorities from 33 organisations, calling on the need to protect the right of refugee children to education in Greece. 
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The infosheets below present Terre des hommes (Tdh) methodologies for child and youth protection, psychosocial resilience and empowerment.
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The majority of parents in England will be happy to send their children back to school, but two-thirds are concerned about the amount o
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The COVID-19 pandemic has made life difficult for people around the world, especially children.
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The Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) has published a joint report with the Pears Foundation on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on disabled children and their families in England.
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According to the news legislation to address bullying in schools will come into operation in Northern Ireland on 1 September 2021 which will cover the following points:
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Children represent about a quarter of the world’s population, although they are still not well represented in the decision makings, which affect them. 
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It has been 10 years since the war began in Syria. Some youth have grown up knowing nothing but conflict. Forced marriages, hired as soldiers, suffering both physical and emotional casualties are common experiences for them.
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According to the news, TikTok has created a Safety Advisory Council for Europe following the creation of the Content Advisory Council in the US and also for allaying concerns about the safety of young people on the platform.
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The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) has adopted the General comment 25 on children’s rights in relation to the digital environment
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According to the news, Bernard van Leer Foundation introduced Tim Gill’s new book named Playground: How child-friendly plannin
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COVID-19 has disrupted life in countless ways for both adults and children, with some families being impacted more than others. Lockdowns and school closures have meant additional stress for parents and caregivers – and children in difficult circumstances have experienced a rise in protection ris
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Global Campus of Human Rights – a growing network of more than 100 universities promoting human rights education – has shared first of its kind MOOC addressing the question how new technologies affect children`s rights and lives.
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The study Multidimensional Child Poverty in Montenegro was realized in close cooperation between researchers at the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti in Florence and the UNICEF Montenegro Office.
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Save the Children talked in the press release about how refugees, migrants, 500 unaccompanied children, and 40
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Recent research conducted by the Chief Social Workers for Adults and the Chief Social Worker for Children and Families in England, examined the care experiences of 61 autistic children and young people living with fa
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UNICEF Office in Montenegro launched its study Multidimensional Child Poverty in Montenegro at the Fourth Meeting of the Committee on Human Rights and Freedoms of the Parliament of
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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 animation is developed jointly by the Council of Europe and the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) and seeks to inform children about the age assessment procedures in an adapted w
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While children are active users of the internet today, policymakers need to be prepared to ensure that children can have safe, equitable, diverse, inclusive, and meaningful access to technology-related opportunities.
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Bana is a 12-year-old Syrian girl, who fled from Aleppo to Al Bab, northwest Syria with her family after the civil war broke out in Syria. Despite all the difficulties of the armed conflict and covid-19 pandemic, she is a dedicated student.
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Expect Respect is a prevention toolkit developed by Women’s Aid in partnership with Yves Saint Laurent Beauty with the purpose of providing information about healthy relationships for children and young people aged 4-18.
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Chaminda Jayanetti writes for The Guardian that, according to Observer analysis of government data, the NHS has seen a significant rise in referrals of young people with eating disorders.
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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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Save the Children reports that large numbers of refugees and migrants currently in Bosnia and Herzegovina are facing increased risks from smugglers, traffickers and border authorities.
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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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A Theirworld-funded project made by Maya Vakfı (which provides psychosocial support services to children and young people) produced a storytelling video to support vulnerable children in Turkey, including Syrian refugees, who are forced to stay at home by t
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The article mentions a really sensitive and important topic, and calls the attention to the children who were born from rape.
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The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) has lodged with the European Commission and the bloc’s network of consumer protection authorities a complaint against the video-sharing site, while consumer organisations in 15 countries have alerte
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According to data analysis results for BBC Radio 4’s File on 4 programme, the self-harm rate between children aged 9 to 12 has doubled over the past six years.
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There are dozens of apps that claim to help stop human trafficking. For example, Be My Protector app was created in 2018.
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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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This material offers parents, educators, and anyone who is interested in a good foundation of knowledge on the impact that Covid-19 has had on children and some research-based methods to cope with this stressful situation. 
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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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According to Ambitious about Autism, the mental health and wellbeing of autistic children and young people has deteriorated significantly in lockdown.
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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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In January, UNICEF conducted a survey on the Socioeconomic Impact of COVID-19 Response. Later, this survey was used, among others, to release a publication on the impact of COVID-19 on children’s access to justice.
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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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Although this news is almost two months old when it comes to mental health the most important thing is to have digits and experiences so that the best solution may be found. 
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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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Since 2015, Greece has been a host country for thousands of refugees and migrants, coming mainly from countries in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. Among the people who enter the country, half of them represent minor children and most are unaccompanied.