Participation/empowerment of children and youth

The story of the SHINE project in Romania and its results [Video]
Date of publication: 2020
Publisher: Terre des hommes - Elveția Foundation
SHINE is a project that Terre des hommes has implemented in Bacau county, one of the poorest regions in Romania, in the past 3 years, since 2017 until 2020.
Working with young people leaving care services for children without parental care - The "Fulfilling (Im)Possible Dreams" Project (Webinar in Bulgarian)
Date of publication: 2019
The webinar aims at presenting the experience of the Olga Stoyanova Orphanage in Dupnitsa, Bulgaria, in working with young people who are about to leave the service.
[Bulgaria] Deinstitutionalization Reduces the Number of Abandoned Children in Bulgaria
Date of publication: 2019
The Bulgarian National Radio shared their interview with Radostina Antonova from the Know-How Center for Alternative Care for Children at NBU, discussing the process of deinstitutionalization in Bulgaria, the foundation of family-type homes for ab
[Hungary] Universal Child Rights Day: UNICEF Hungary Organises Free Event
Date of publication: 2019
November 20th marks the 30th Anniversary of the UN Child Rights Convention. UNICEF Hungary has organised “Take Over Days” in Hungary for the past two years, and now, after Tdh has planned similar events in Romania, it is planning the third.
The Social Circus Project and the aim of finding a future for children without parents [Website link]
Date of publication: 2019
The Bulgarian NOVA Television reported about the "Social Circus Project" by psychologists and artists project, which aims to find a vocation for children without parents and disadvantaged people on the verge of puberty.
[Bulgaria] New Admission has Started to the Master's Program Psycho-Social Interventions with Children and Families
Date of publication: 2019
The Department of Health and Social Work in Bulgaria have announced a new admission for the Master's Program in Psychosocial Interventions with Children and Families.

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