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


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

Multi-Disciplinary Team Work

Working Protocol for Child Protection signed in Albania
Date of publication: 2015
An inter-ministry order has been signed between four core Ministries responsible for child protection issue in Albania: Ministry of Social Welfare and Youth, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Education and Sport and Ministry of Health.
Nadine Burke Harris: How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime (Video)
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: TED
Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up.
Mapping child protection systems in the EU
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Fundamental Rights Agency
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), has conducted research from December 2013 to March 2014 on national child protection systems in the 28 European Union (EU) Member States and collected data on
Training package for Multi-disciplinary teams in Albania
Date of publication: 2014
Publisher: Tdh Albania
Training for Multi-disciplinary teams in Albania: This collection of training material has been written with the intention that it will be used to train local agencies in Albania with responsibility to respond to child witnesses of abuse and child
Violence towards children in the EU
Date of publication: 2014
Publisher: European Parliament
In this 2014 report, the European Parliament explores the different types of violence experienced by children across the EU. The socio-economical costs of failure to act now to prevent violence are significant.
Takaharu Tezuka: The best kindergarten you’ve ever seen (Video)
Date of publication: 2014
Publisher: TED
At this school in Tokyo, five-year-olds cause traffic jams and windows are for Santa to climb into. Meet: the world's cutest kindergarten, designed by architect Takaharu Tezuka.
Technical Assistance to establish multi-agency response services for children exposed to violence. Next Steps
Date of publication: 2014
Publisher: UNICEF
Terre des hommes Albania was contracted by UNICEF to provide technical assistance to establish multi-agency response services to child victims or witnesses of violence or abuse.  Following a review of the legislative framework to protect child vic
Assessing the Early Impact of Multi Agency Safeguarding Hubs (MASH) in London
Date of publication: 2013
Publisher: London Councils
The findings from this review provide early evidence that the MASH approach has the potential to address some of the issues highlighted in serious case reviews in the past.
Keeping Children Safe from Violence: strengthening child protection systems in their accountability to identify, refer and respond to cases of violence against children
Date of publication: 2013
Publisher: UNICEF
In 2011 UNICEF and the EU entered a new partnership for the purposes of running the Protecting Children from Violence in South East Europe project.
Keeping Children Safe from Violence
Date of publication: 2013
Publisher: UNICEF
This report is made possible because of the partnership formed between the EU and UNICEF for the purposes of examining the child protection systems in place in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Turkey.


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