Items tagged with 'alternative care'

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The Guidelines for Alternative Care of Children is a United Nations document that was developed by government authorities, UN bodies and NGOs1, in consultation with children and young people. Unlike...
'Resignation Syndrome' was first reported in Sweden in the 1990s after children of families applying for refugee status collapsed into a catatonic state and remained vegetative for years. There is no...
Within the project "The right of the child to be heard", which is supported by the Delegation of the European Union under the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights and co-financed by the...
The Völgyzugoly Foundation for differently-abled children has been operating since 2016 in Budapest’s 17th district. This year it received a Goodwill Award as a volunteer community doing social work...
Milan Šveřepa, the co-chair of the European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care, wrote an interesting blog on the deinstitutionalisation process and people with...
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....
The Opening Doors for Europe’s Children – a pan-European campaign that advocates for strengthening families and ending institutional care – released 16 country fact sheets about the progress with...
The National Network for Children Bulgaria announced that the Health and Sport Directorates of the Municipality of Varna will launch eight new health programs this year. Among them is the...
About the webinar: RISE and Family for Every Child will host a webinar to discuss the drivers of sexual violence affecting boys, and the existing intervention practice in this area.  Omattie Madray...
The Non-Profit Association Equilibrium are sharing their experiences from 2016 to 2018 from the management of the Center for Family Type Accomodation for children and young people without...

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