Special section: Multi-Disciplinary Team Work

On this page you will find all resources on Multi-disciplinary team working: guiding documents, training tools, research, experts and multimedia.

About the Conference

18 Dec 2015
The report provides a summary of the conference proceedings including the discussions in the break-out sessions.
11 Nov 2015
Teams and professionals representing different child protection stakeholders gathered together at the conference named  “Sharing Realities of Multi-Disciplinary Team Working” organised by Child Protection Hub, Terre des Hommes and... Read more
05 Nov 2015
On November 9-10, 2015 in Prishtina, Kosovo, Terre des hommes, Child Protection Hub and Defence for Children are holding a regional conference, “Sharing the Realities of Multi-Disciplinary Team Working.”  It shall bring together... Read more

Toolkit

Find legislation, description of national systems, evaluation of multi-disciplinary child protection practices in different countries.

Multi-Disciplinary Team Work

[European Union] The Positive Effects of the Еnergy@school Programme
Date of publication: 2019
The National Network for Children Bulgaria shared an article about the Energy@school programme, which encompasses 41 Central European schools in Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, parts of Italy and par
[Bulgaria] Parenting Month organized by UNICEF Bulgaria
Date of publication: 2019
The National Network for Children Bulgaria announced that UNICEF is organizing Parenting Month for June 2019, during which the organization will share numerous materials to sup
Organizational Development Expert
Date of publication: 2019
For Our Children Foundation are looking for an Organizational Development Expert for their team in Sofia, Bulgaria. The role includes:
What is Social Work? Part 1 and Part 2 (In Bulgarian) [Video] [Video]
Date of publication: 2019
Publisher: Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care for Children
"What is Social Work?" was the topic of the first monthly discussion meeting organized by the Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children. Unfortunately, for the moment the videos are only available in Bulgarian.
[Bulgaria] An Assesment of the contributions of Hope and Homes for Children – branch Bulgaria in the deinstitutionalization process was presented to the professional community
Date of publication: 2019
On 23rd January 2019 Hope and Homes for Children - Branch Bulgaria held a conference on "Deinstitutionalization in the conditions of political turbulence, poverty and limited human resources".
[Bulgaria] The Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children created a "Tool for Integrated Assessment of the Needs of Children at Risk"
Date of publication: 2019
The Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care for Chilren, New Bulgarian University, have taken a serious step towards achieving a multidisciplinary approach to working with children at risk: they have created a "Tool for Integrated Assessm

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