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“If we learn all our lives that violence is okay, at the age of 20 (we
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The third webinar within the Keeping Children Safe in Sports project will be held (in English) on Februrary 12th at 12.00  Romanian hour by expert Paul Bercea. The trainer and expert will discuss the following key points:
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In November, the Terre des hommes Romania Foundation organized their annual campaign to promote children's rights among children deciding their own future.
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Adults are responsible for the safety of children in any context. But for their safety, children need to know a few things themselves, and we rely on you, child protection or sports professionals, or even parents and teachers, to spread these messages.
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In November 2020, the "Second Match" webinar took place, and it was addressed to specialists in sports, education and child protection.
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A research review on the application of restorative justice in cases involving child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania was conducted within the “i-RESTORE - Better Protecting Child Victims Rights through Restorative Justice” project. The EU-funded project is led by Terre des
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Between November 19 and 26, the 9th edition of Takeover Day took place. This is the campaign of Terre des hommes Foundation, that promotes children's right to choose.
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The Terre des Hommes Foundation in Romania, through the Bridge project, launches 3 contests for children and young people between 13 -20 years old. The contest will take place on the Instagram profile @bridge.for.equality, an account that raises awareness about gender-based violence.
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Since July this year until October, volunteer teachers from 12 counties in Romania organized, with the help of children, events that encouraged the inclusion of Roma students in schools everywhere.
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Andrea Csép, an UDMR politician said, that the currently adopted law in Romania has simplified the process of adoption. The compulsory course can be taken in Hungarian too, and the diploma will be valid for five years, instead of two.
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 Interview with Judge Raul Alexandru Nestor, Court of Appeal Ploiesti, Romania. The interview was taken by Terre des hommes Romania  
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„There is an acute need for warm meals among families, among children who have no support.” – said Chef Adi Hădean, whose team delivered almost 120 000 portions of warm meal in Bucharest.
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Roma children, one of the most deprived communities, are now faced with a halt in their education due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the majority of schools in Romania are operating completely online or in a hybrid fashion, children from all backgrounds are encountering challenges.
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Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania has recently created, within the BRIDGE project, a series of informative and motivational materials on the theme of gender-based violence, especially as it affects migrant children.
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This brochure is addressed to all children and youth who have been direct or indirect victims of gender-based violence. It explains what gender-based violence is and how it can be prevented.
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Terre des hommes is looking for a proactive, energetic and organised Logistics and Admin Officer, to join its team in Bucharest, Romania, to support in the implementation of its projects.
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The students of the FabLab Salt spre Viitor from Târgu Ocna (Bacău County), will make several hundred textile protective masks for themselves and their fellow students, as well as teachers at the three educational institutions benefiting from the project.
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A nationalist group in Romania has used one Romanian woman's custody battle in Finland as evidence of the West's corrupt values.
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Terre des hommes is looking for two curriculum developers/trainers to develop and conduct face to face and online training courses about restorative justice and its application with child victims in Greece and Romania.
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A series of school events will start this month as 20 teachers from 12 counties in Romania volunteer to promote inclusion of Roma children in school.
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Terre des hommes is looking for an external evaluator for the project Misto Avilean (in romani, Welcome) in Romania, a project funded by the European Union, “Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020).
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Terre des hommes Foundation is developping a FabLab in Targu Ocna so that minors (14-23 years old) from the local Educational Center can learn a profession.
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Around 30% of the migrant population reaching Europe over the past years have been children – many of them separated or unaccompanied. These are children that fled countries because of war or very difficult living conditions for them and their families.
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Terre des hommes is looking for three curriculum developers/trainers to develop and conduct face to face and online training courses about restorative justice and its application with child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania.
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The second series of webinars within the MISTO AVILEAN project (by Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania) took place during the month of July. Their purpose was to establish a community of practice consisting mainly of Romanian teachers involved voluntarily in the project.
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Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania is looking for a communication agency to help raise awareness of the "Keeping Children Safe in Sports” project.
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Terre des hommes is looking for three curriculum developers/trainers to develop and conduct face-to-face and online training courses about restorative justice and its application with child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania.
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The local edition of the famous fundraising campaign, Swimathon, has raised over 117,000 euros for 25 NGO projects in Romania. The 460 virtual swimmers (59 of whom were individual swimmers, the rest were teams) were pledged by 4,266 donors.
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A transnational meeting took place online on 8 July 2020 between Romanian and Spanish education and social inclusion professionals as part of the MISTO AVILEAN regional project. More than 40 professionals took part in the meeting with p
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"Romani Street View", film by Olivier Pagani - https://vimeo.com/143235003
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More than 35 participants from several countries (Netherlands, Ireland, Peru, Hungary, Greece, Romania, Denmark) attended the ”First March: Safeguarding in Sports” webinar in May. It was the first webinar on child safeguarding in sports, organized by Terre des hommes Foundation within the Keeping
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The Terre des hommes Foundation aims to change the future of 200 young people and raises funds for the 2020 edition of the Bucharest Swimathon until July 10.
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SOS Children’s Villages Romania launches a new education programme: SOS Planet After school. This is an inclusive programme, dedicated to all children being from 6 to 12 years old. Through this programme, children will be involved in activities tailored for their age, interest and abilities.
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The second study report in the Misto Avilean project is the result of 45 interviews, 100 questionnaires, 20 infographics, summing up to 100 pages (in Romanian and English). The report develops mostly a practical approach, and less an academical one.
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For World Refugee Day, 20 June, we asked Rawia, a 16-year-old from Africa who has lived in Romania for 8 years, to share with us her story. Rawia volunteers for Terre des hommes Foundation projects dedicated to children, and has just finished grade 11 among the top of her class.
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Romania is considered a country of transit for migrants, but it is a destination for 80.000 foreigners and, as the current situation shows, the efforts to integrate these children are insufficient.
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In Romania, the House of Representatives voted in favour of a bill, according to which children will be given sex education only if their parents request it from the school. The name of the subject has also been changed to health education.
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Between 10th of March and 09th of April 2020, Terre des hommes Foundation Romania organized 11 webinars on topics related to Roma ethnicity, anti-discrimination and school performance, inclusive and interactive methods in educational contexts.
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Terre des hommes Foundation is seeking to recruit a Deputy Director for Romania:
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We often hear or read in reports that women and children are, in the largest percentage, all over the world, victims of various forms of violence. Wouldn't it be important and useful to know precisely which women and children are more vulnerable than others to such risks?
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The Istanbul Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence is the international treaty adopted by the Council of Europe in 2014 aimed at preventing and combating gender-based violence.
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Freedom is as important as life itself; a lesson most young people in detention become keenly aware of. Young people in detention have the right to a decent future, and their time in detention should help prepare them for this.
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The Romanian delegation of Terre des hommes Foundation (Tdh) is looking for virtual ”swimmers ”/ fundraisers / supporters for a special Swimathon Bucharest event that will take place online between June and July 2020. Due to current health concerns, the local Swimathon will be organized online an
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General information Hinda is 18 years old and arrived in Romania alone and 7 months pregnant. She is from Somalia, speaks English and is accommodated in the open refugee center, alone in 1 room with private bathroom.
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Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania wishes to contribute to the protection of vulnerable children by supporting them during the Covid-19 pandemic, but also after this period, which will attract increased material necessities.
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 The Vodafone Romania Foundation has announced that the Bright Sky Ro application will help victims of domestic violence in three languages (Romanian, Hungarian and English) form May.
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Noémi Para, a school psychologist at the Sándor Plugor Art High School, switched to online help after the school switched to remote education.
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We invite you to join our new webinars in which a social counsellour and a psychologist present three case studies on how gender-based violence affects children and
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The 21st century will be known in global history as an era of migration. The flow of populations moving from one place to another on the planet is more visible than ever.
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Until recently, in China binding girls' feet was widely practiced, with the price of irreparable physical deformation. This was the tradition; delicate, small strides was a norm of femininity culturally imposed for centuries.
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Helping sports professionals better protect children is the essence of the Keeping Children Safe in Sports Project, initiated by Terre des hommes in Romania and in Greece last year. This is how the project intends to do this in the following weeks and months:
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'Keeping children safe in sports' means preventing and responding to the ways in which a child can be harmed — emotionally, verbally or physically — when training, practicing, or otherwise engaging in recreational sports.
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In October 2019, Terre des hommes launched a unique project aimed to promote child safeguarding policies in sports settings in Romania and Greece, in partnership with Tdh Hungary.
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Regional social service and child protection authorities take care of those children whose parents were taken to the hospital with coronavirus, and who do not have any other relatives who could take care of them.
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  Terre des hommes Foundation in Romania has created, together with Arhipera, the first „Guide for integrating sanitary groups in schools in rural areas” (in Romanian only), an instrument for those who must offer this facility.
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Since the beginning of the year, there have been 16 events in Romania through which teachers have promoted inclusive, continuing and non-discriminatory education for Romani students among their colleagues.
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Presentation ERIKS Development Partner
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The PsihoProEdu Association in Cluj-Napoca presented its publication, “Prevention and Treatment of School Abuse”, in the House of Religious Freedom.  
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Background: The Child Protection Hub is a regional community of child protection professionals in South Eastern European countries.
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About 30% of the migrant population reaching Europe over the past years were children – many of them separated or unaccompanied. In their host countries, migrant and refugee children and youth face considerable challenges in terms of education, social inclusion, and subsequent employment.
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According to the Mayor of Carei, Jenő Kovács, education and jobs are needed for the integration of the Roma, so the municipality is developing more than six million in initiatives to help the local Roma community in closing the gap.
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Research has found a link between institutional deprivation and smaller brain size in young adulthood. A London-based team examined a group of adoptees from Ceaușescu-era live-in institutions in Romania where children had no toys, food, or relationships.
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Watch the video to hear children in Romania presenting their country to newly-arrived migrant and refugee children.
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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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The stop-start trial of Titi, Constantin Radu, and 25 other men has gone on for more than nine years. The 66-year-old man and his gang are accused of trafficking Romanian Roma minors to Western Europe for a  life of forced criminality, panhandling and stealing.
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There is a research, called Bucharest Early Intervention Project started by Nathan Fox and his team, which compares the outcomes of children who grew up in foster homes with children who lived in orphanages.
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According to surveys, Romania is ranked first in Europe in terms of the level of school bullying. To remedy the situation, a law has been drafted to prohibit bullying in educational institutions. The methodology will be shortly developed by the Ministry of Education.
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The report, ‘Child Rights Now!’ (Romania), was launched in Bucharest last week at a conference organised in collaboration with the National Authority for the Protection of the Rights of the Child and Adoption.
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A report by the Ombudsman and Save the Children Romania found that 32% of children in Romania live below the poverty line. The report also found that 21.5% of children live in severe material deprivation, the highest rate in the EU. More than 150,000 children go to bed hungry.
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In 2018, almost 15,000 cases of child abuse and neglect were reported by the General Directorate of Social Assistance and Child Protection. A report written by Save the Children Romania, together with the Romanian Ombusdman, showed that 94% of these cases occur at home.
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Key responsibilities: - implement the donor stewardship plan, in collaboration with relevant staff members (from FR, communications, program sections) and partners (for e.g. online agency, telemarketing agency);
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The joint school information program of “Áradat “Association of Miercurea Ciuc and RMDSZ Women’s Organization has been extended to two more counties so that extraordinary homeroom classes are held in Arad and Timis counties as well.
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This week,  partners’ in the “Uniting Forces to address gender-based violence against children and youth” project participate in an exchange visit in Oslo.  
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Terre des hommes Romania announces that the eighth edition of the event Takeover Day will be held in Romania between 18-22 November, striving to promote children’s right to choose their future and to express their opinion. 
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The OSCE Special Representative and Coordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings urged the Romanian authorities to enhance their efforts against human trafficking.
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Éva László, a lecturer at the Hungarian Institute of Sociology and Social Work at the BBTE, gave a lecture to parents and educators on how to inform your child about sexual abuse, as part of the Sunflower program of the János Zsigmond Unitarian College in Cluj-Napoca.
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The number of human trafficking cases is continuously growing in the EU. Recently the case of the Romanian fifteen-year-old Alexandra Macesanu went around the international press.
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Terre des hommes is the leading Swiss child relief non-profit organization and since 2016, it has been working on juvenile justice in numerous countries across the globe.
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Beto (13) and Raluca (14) are from Bucharest, Romania. They both live in poor neighbourhoods with their families. Beto has 3 brothers. They live together with their mom in a small room that has no electricity. Raluca lives with her parents, two brothers and two sisters.
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Last school year took place in the program called "School after school". After evaluation, the Cluj-Napoca municipality considered it successful in all aspects and plans to extend the program to other schools in the following years.
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In September, the European Commission launched the Education and Training Monitor for 2019, which captures the way that education evolves in the European Union and the member states.
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The Romanian National Council for Refugees (CNRR) published on their website an in-depth and thorough report on the integration of refugees in Romania has been published in English and Romanian.
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The study report in Romania presents the teachers’ needs for professional training in order to deliver high quality, non-disruptive and non-discriminatory education to Roma children in international migration.
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Romania is set to implement a national IT system for child adoptions, the country's government announced on 17 September. The project, which costs around 9.7 million euros, is part of Romania's 2020 National Digital Agenda Strategy.
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On 9th September when the new school year was opened in Bucharest, Klaus Iohannis (Romanian President) and Snežana Samardžić-Markovic (Council of Europe Director General of Democracy) addressed the impact of the “INSCHOOL” project.
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Projekt Maramures is accused of using German teens for slave labour, rather than providing them with ‘re-education’, all at a huge cost to the
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Asociatia Blondie is looking for volunteers to care for children who have been abandoned in hospitals. Carers would lovingly perform parental tasks like reading to and playing with the children. 
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The Council of Europe's Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) is concerned about the rising racism and hate speech cases, discrimination against Roma and LGBT communities, as well as the insufficient criminal justice response in Romania despite some actions taken by the authorities in
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Sfantu Gheorge Municipality, Covasna County Government, and SERA Romania Foundation jointly created a project worth €400,000, to establish a healing and development centre for disabled children in Sfatntu Gheorge.
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Chief Prosecutor Bogdan Licu ordered an investigation into the case of child removal in Baia de Arama in the county of Mehedinti, which shows that a Craiova prosecutor, accompanied by masked law enforcement officers, pullan 8-year-old girl out to give her to an adoptive American family.
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The Hungarian language Romanian online portal quotes Andrea Csép MEP: "Building a network of safe houses is a huge step in getting the victims of domestic violence to get help and reach self-sufficiency in difficult times," and added that it would be important for local governments to create prot
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On June 4th, Terre des hommes Romania (Tdh) hosted a conference with the Platform for International Coop
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Data collection methodology to identify the obstacles faced by Roma children on the move when migrating between schools and countries like Romania, France and Spain (EN).
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Roman Bürki, Terre des hommes ambassador and goalkeeper of the German football club Borussia Dortmund, visited Romania from 22 to 24 May 2019 to get acquainted with Terre des hommes’ projects and to promote the need to keep children safe in sport.
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Milan Šveřepa, the co-chair of the European Expert Group
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The Terre des hommes Romania organized round table, Inter-Institutional Collaboration Practices for Assisting Vulnerable Minors, gathere
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The joint statement of the conference “Rights and Protection of Children Left Behind by Parents Migrating for Work” In Europe, hundreds of
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Terre des hommes Romania organised a training on 11–12 April 2019 on the
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You are a strong Project Manager professional. You are energetic, meticulous and organised. You love innovation in everything you do and you are looking for a meaningful job that will make a lasting impact. If this resonates with you, this challenge is for you.
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zefiR - Together for the power of action is a project implemented by a consortium of non-governmental organizations that has worked to reduce the disparities between Roma and other vulnerable groups and the majority population in a sustainable and tangible way, c
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Terre des hommes Romania is proud to announce that the prize for the social assistant of the year in the field of social inclusion - soci
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Terre des hommes Romania is implementing in the domain of Access to Justice (A2J), the Project named PRECISION („Promote Rehabilitation, Empowerment of Children and Support for Youth Offenders” financed by MEDICOR Foundation) that seeks t
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Jana Hainsworth, Eurochild’s Secretary General shared lessons from the Opening Doors campaign on how the implementation of European policies and funding has supported reforms in child protection.
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Under the authority of the Ministry of Labour and Social Justice, the National Authority for the Protection of Child
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Terre des hommes Romania- office in Bucharest is looking for a Project Manager to manage two projects related to juvenile justice domain: FOCUS - Working Together for a Child-
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UNICEF in Romania office is seeking a highly qualified consultant to support the implementation of the CO fundraising plan, with a focus on increasing donors’ retention and lifetime value.
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Five partner organizations: Terre des Hommes Romania as the lead partner, Policy C
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On the 29thNovember 2018, 14 teenagers (ages 15 to 18) organised and facilitated a
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A child friendly brochure was created among AWAY project, entitled „Juvenile Justice from A to Z”.
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According to the official website - www.mmuncii.ro, Ministry of Labour published in a public debate a project to change and complete the law 272/2004 on the protection and promotion of children's rights.