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

Is Europe doing enough to invest in children?
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Eurochild
Eurochild carried out the assessment of the 2015 European Semester with the help of its member organisations.
Child Protection: A Multi-sectorial Committment
Date of publication: 2015
December 9, 2015, Tirana, Albania. Multi-agency contributions are vital – the responsibility of taking care of children, guaranteeing their well-being and protecting their rights lies with several actors.
Case study and guidelines for working in a multidisciplinary team in the best interest of a child at risk
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Валентина Симеонова
Using the case of 17-year-old Nadya who is dealing drugs and is at risk of prostitution, this text gives guidelines for working in a multidisciplinary team in the best interest of a child at risk.
Advocacy Toolkit: Investing in Children: Breaking the cycle of disadvantage
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Alliance for investing in Children
European Commission Recommendation Investing in children: breaking the cycle of disadvantage calls for a children’s rights approach and integrated strategies based on three pillars:
SOCIAL MONITOR
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: UNICEF
A recent UNICEF report The Social Monitor: Social Protection for Child Rights and Wellbeing in Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia calls for an enhanced investment in more effective social protection which can have significan
The Global Strategy For Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health (2016-2030)
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Every Woman Every Child
Every Woman Every Child division of the United Nations published the Global Strategy for Women’ Children’s and Adolescents’ Health (2016 – 2030) outlining main achievements and remaining challenges to be tackled in the future in order to protect and...
Child protection professionals share realities of multi-disciplinary team working
Date of publication: 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 child protection p
Education Under Fire: How conflict in the Middle East is depriving children of their schooling
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: UNICEF
The UNICEF released a report on the extent of the unschooled children in the Middle East region as an outcome of the ongoing conflicts which prevent more than 13 million children from going to school. 
Speak Up! Voices of European Children in Vulnerable Situations
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: International Journal of Children’s Rights
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A victim’s guide to restorative justice (Video)
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Restorative Justice UK
This is a film offered by the Restorative Justice UK as a guide to restorative justice for victims of crime. It aims at explaining the different points in the criminal justice system where they can access restorative justice.

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