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According to children's rights advocates, new legislation aimed at placing children with foster families will not bring about real change.
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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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UNICEF Child Rights Officer Viola Szlankó summarized how an epidemiological emergency affects child protection care in a new UNICEF blog post.
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The reform of the child protection system has achieved significant progress in Romania over the past decades.
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We are sharing this video material with interviews conducted at last month's International Conference Deinstitutionalization of Childcare: Investing in Change. In the video, Professor Nathan Fox, Professor Charles Nelson III and Dr.
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The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) sent their views on the findings of the Disability Rights International report, which was presented last week, to news website Dnevnik.
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Balkan Insight reported on Disability Rights International's (DRI) critique of the lack of significant change in the ways in which children with disabilities are cared for, despite the rec
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A declaration on ‘Protecting children in out-of-home care from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse’ has been adopted in Nicosia, Cyprus, on 18 October by the 
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Like all socialist countries in the former Soviet bloc, Bulgaria developed a state-based child care system in the second half of the 20th century.
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Mental Disability Rights Initiative of Serbia and the Citizens' Association FemPlatz are inviting you to a two-day training on preventing violence against women with disabilities in residential institutions, which will be implemented on February 4th and 5th 2019 in Belgra
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The Opening Doors for Europe’s Children released recommendations as part of their advocacy effort to support and inform negotiations on the 2021-2027 EU budget.
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  Place of work: Island CRES, Croatia Number of workers requested: 1 Type of employment: increased scope of work Working hours: Full time Accommodation: No accommodation Transportation Fee: In full funded
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Terre des hommes Kosovo is seeking to recruit a Consultant for the project “Child Protection
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UNICEF recently reported that at least 2.7 million children around the world reside in institutional care.
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The Guardian reports that up to eight million children live in orphanages across the world, despite more than 90% having at least one living parent. Disabled children are overwhelmingly represented, and can remain in institutionalised care for life.
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On 22 - 26 August a workshop was held in Prishtina entitled "Review of the Education Indicators Framework" organized by The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology as part of the project  strengthening of the Monitoring System of Child Rights in Kosovo, helped by a member of the Internation
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The Hungarian website 'Tabunyitogató' (Opening Taboos) writes about institutionalisation of children - which often happens because families have housing issues.
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In this article, Open Democracy reports on the migration routes used by migrants in the Balkan region over the last year.
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Two-days training on “Social phenomena and institutional approach” designed for professionals and non-professionals working in the area of child protection was organized by TDH Kosovo office.
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Coram Children's Legal Centre (CCLC) invites professionals and practitioners who work with children in justice, residential care or detention settings to take part in a free, three-day practical skills-based training course on topics relating to children’s rights, child development and, in partic
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Office for Good Governance / Office of the Prime Minister in cooperation with Terre des Hommes, on 04/15/2016 organized a round table on the importance of the institutionalization of the Case Management. 
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The Focus Information Agency reports on the Ombudsman of the Republic of Bulgaria Maya Manolova efforts to deal with the child protection in the institutions in Bulgaria.
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An agreement between Albanian Institutions and UNICEF was signed in the conference dedicated to the Security of Children Online organized on the international day for Online Security.
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Hope and Homes for Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina  published info-graphic with data on placement of the children withot parental care in the area of Federation of BiH
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Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST), in cooperation with GIZ and the Kosovo Education Center, started the process of drafting the new Strategic Plan for Education in Kosovo 2017-2021. This document guides the work of five education sectors at all levels of education.
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The blog (managed by SOS Children's Villages in Hungary) collects 15 anomalies in the current Hungarian child protection system, focusing on institutionalisation and institutional care.
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The Social Platform reports that one year ago, the BBC published a shocking report of a Greek children’s home where children with disabilities were kept in caged beds.  In an effort to better understand the situation of children in institutional care, Roots Research Centre, national coordinator o
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Eurochild reports that due to the fragmentation of the childcare system in the country, a large number of children are being removed from their families and placed in institutions, says Eurochild member Second After.  Second After, together with representatives from the civil society sector and N
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In this article the ERRC discusses the phenomenon of "stolen generation". It existed in Australia in 1905-1970 and refered to Aboriginal and mixed children, who were removed forcibly from their families in order to assimilate them.
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Prague Post reports on the case of an infant born to a surrogate mother in the Czech Republic who has been rejected by both his biological parents and his surrogate mother due to congenital birth defects.
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HotNews reports: the Prosecutor's Office of the District Court in Sector 6 opened a criminal case of a child with disabilities in a social service complex who was tied to a door by supervisors. The Child Protection Authority call for an investigation by city hall.
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StiriONG reports: Club Moving has announced the results of participating in the 4th edition Half Marathon OMV Petrom Bucharest, the Club Moving team ran in support of Hope and Homes for Children.
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'Abcúg' published a detailed interview with Ms. Lena Szilvasi, program development director of SOS Children's Village about the current challenges of Hungarian child protection.
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This organization provides a pan-European platform which emphasizes on the strengthening of familial units and the elimination of institutional care.