Items tagged with 'child protection reform'

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Montenegro is dedicated to ending violence against children and implementation of a multidisciplinary approach to prevent and end violence as well as preventing re-victimization of children victims...
The webinar is meant for: The webinar is intended for social workers, sociologists, psychologists, lawyers, humanitarians, practitioners and for all who are interested in the development of the...
The Terre des hommes Romania organized round table, Inter-Institutional Collaboration Practices for Assisting Vulnerable Minors, gathered social-work and child-protection professionals from NGOs and...
Восени 2018 року уряд України передав до Комітету ООН із захисту прав дитини Національний звіт «Зведена V та VI періодична національна доповідь про реалізацію Україною положень Конвенції ООН про...
About the webinar: This webinar will focus on the issue of detention of child immigrants in the European context and the potential alternatives that might counter detention. Kadri Soova (PICUM) will...
“Opening Doors” reported that Poland was identified by the European Commission as one of the EU Member States that presents a specific need for reforms of deinstitutionalisation in its children...
“Opening Doors” brings to attention the lack of commitment of the Romanian administration regarding the process of deinstitutionalisation of children social and welfare system, especially due to the...
According to “Opening Doors”, Bulgaria is a precursor Member State regarding policies and reforms in the children welfare system leading to deinstitutionalisation, mainly through its plan to achieve...
“Opening Doors” reports that Austria has a well-established social welfare system but still faces some obstacles concerning deinstitutionalisation and child justice. The insufficiency of the existing...
In December 2018 UNICEF Montenegro became part of the sub regional initiative Equitable Access to Justice for Children in the West Balkans States of Albania and Montenegro (2019 -2020) funded by the...

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