Items tagged with 'Access to social aid'

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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. The app, which...
During the pandemic, Childline services gives children and young people who are anxious about the coronavirus a safe environment in which to speak and be listened to, and to get support. Childline...
A health crisis has a deep impact on anyone, but especially on those women who makes up 70 percent of health social sector workers, women and girls who are subject to gender-based violence (GBV) and...
Vulnerable children include those with a social worker, children and young people up to the age of 25 with education, health, and care (EHC) plans, and those who have been assessed as 'in-need' (ex: ...
An unfortunate situation turned into a success story between a social worker and her service user in Suffolk, United Kingdom. Emily was suffering from drug and alcohol misuse; she was in a bad...
There is a council in the UK where the councillor, a clinical commissioning group and other agencies are working together to identify and support children dealing with mental health problems. Bexley...
Ministerul Muncii şi Protecţiei Sociale din România, împreună cu Autoritatea Naţională pentru Drepturile Persoanelor cu Dizabilităţi, Copii şi Adopţii (ANDPDCA) au anunțat implementarea unor serii de...
Since 1991, 25 November has been the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. More than 100 people in Budapest took part in a march to demand the Hungarian government take...
The aim of this research is to evaluate the social and economic background of the victims of trafficking in human beings, as well as the factors and conditions leading to the involvement in the...
The Ministry of Human Resources (EMMI) declared their committment to combating violence against women on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women EMMI. A new Hungarian...

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